A neocon is an unrelaible witness, certainly in any dispute with a critic of his cult. So that's that: nothing that anyone can say against Neil Clark from that perspective can have the slightest effect on me. I simply don't believe you, and I don't care who or what does. As an anonymous comment below puts it:
"Leo Strauss would have been so proud. And so would Max Shachtman, and behind him Leon Trotsky. "Revolutionary truth" and all that. That's just what neocons do. It's what they are, the point where Trotskyism and Fascism meet."
Quite. In any dispute about truth between a neocon and an anti-neocon, the neocon must by definition be the liar.