May 24, 2013
American Free Press
By Michael Collins Piper

Just when Americans hoped they had heard the last of recently retired Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.)—who had been widely touted as a possible secretary of state in a Mitt Romney presidential administration — Lieberman joined another fervent disciple of the New World Order, former Senator John Kyl (R-Ariz.), in co-chairing the so-called American Internationalism Project, a division of the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI).

Promoting their globalist agenda —calling for the United States to flex its military muscle abroad—the two ex-senators co-wrote an opinion piece published in The Washington Post on April 26 warning of what they called “the danger of repeating the cycle of American isolationism.”

Disturbed that economic problems at home, coupled with growing weariness on the part of Americans with costly and foolish no-win wars abroad —wars which Lieberman and Kyl continue to maintain were the right thing at the right time—are causing Americans to question U.S. meddling overseas, the two former senators are concerned that many Americans are demanding what they call a “retreat from the world.” Scorning this as advocacy for what they seek to smear as “neo-isolationist” policies, Lieberman and Kyl claim that “a diminished U.S. role in the world” would bring “long-term costs for our country.”

Pushing for what they refer to as a “robust internationalism” on the part of the U.S.—meaning a full-force military presence all over the planet—the duo speak of “the continuing importance of American internationalism.” The two urge “bipartisan” consensus on the support for U.S. meddling across the planet.

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It will be recalled that Lieberman—the Democratic Party’s vice presidential nominee in 2000—was actually defeated for renomination to the Senate in his own party primary in 2006 as payback for his support for the war that Republican George W. Bush waged against Iraq on behalf of Israel.

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