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paleoconservative

paleoconservative
 n.— «“Paleoconservatives,” as he calls them—along with libertarians and such anti-interventionists as Patrick Buchanan—have opposed the invasion of Iraq since the beginning.» —“Conservative pundits can’t agree on Iraq war” by Robin Abcarian Baltimore Sun (Md.) May 30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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