Potential GOP Presidential Candidates – Find Neocons

Can you find neoconservatives? Trump and Biden seem to be the only members of the Republican Party in their desire to end America’s role in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict. Trump said he would end the conflict within 24 hours, while DeSantis said Ukraine was not a vital national interest. Trump has already been attacked for simply existing, but now establishment Republicans are after DeSantis for his comments.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio criticized DeSantis for calling the war a “territorial dispute.” “Well, this is not a territorial dispute in the sense that it would be a territorial dispute if the United States decided they wanted to invade Canada or take over the Bahamas.Rubio said. “Just because someone claims something doesn’t mean it belongs to them.” It is clear that this has no power. Donbass has always been predominantly Ukrainian. Those living along the Canadian border do not identify as Americans whose lands became American territory from about 1846, when the treaty established 49th parallel from the Rocky Mountains to the Strait of Georgia. Rubio also falsely claimed that the war was for “Russia’s sphere of influence, not so much land”. America had no reason to fear Russian influence.

Nikki Haley, a popular potential candidate, is also in favor of the war. She stated that DeSantis was simply copying Trump in his opposition to mass deaths. “America is far better off for a Ukrainian victory than a Russian victory,” Haley said, saying she did agree with Trump on “most policies.” Why is it better to see a minor trading partner win? Is the result really worth the “clean checks” we send to Ukraine, as DeSantis said?

Lindsey Graham expresses her fear of big bad Putin, and failed politician Liz Cheney keeps her father’s legacy alive by reiterating her desire to rid the world of Russia. It is clear that we can find neocons and members of the Republican Party who are inside the establishment and will make choices based on the larger agenda, not the desires of the people. The issue of Ukraine will be a hot topic in the 2024 US presidential election, again, if elections are allowed at all.