Err, I agree with this assessment of Bush doctrine, but, shouldn't it read a little more balanced-like?
Apparently another part of Bush Doctrine is to encourage conflict of interest and "local entrepreneurship" among your friends in the kleptocracy. Although not an advertised part, they don't seem to be doing much to hide it.
There's a LOT of legitimate "local entrepreneurship" across the planet which has nothing to do with politics. Perhaps you can find a different, more explicit and less generally encompassing, phrase.
I rolled back the contributions of 12:19 11 Dec 2003 . . 220.127.116.11 because they deleted too much content. The addition, not deletion, of additional perspective and opinion is encouraged. Maynard 15:46 11 Dec 2003 (EST)
I shifted the following section off the page which doesn't add much other than opinion.--Bob Burton 06:44, 13 September 2008 (EDT) , as ...
Preemption is 'provocation'; it is not 'prevention'. The Iraq invasion of 2003 intended to prevent, but actually provoked and promoted, international terrorism and weapons proliferation, and a general disgust and distrust of the U.S. Those things actually prevented by the Iraqi invasion can be listed as peace, cooperation, trust, honor, and the like.