Talking Points Memo previews an upcoming article that draws parallels between "chicken hawks" (who, for the record, are those who staunchly advocate war after having declined--or actively avoided--their own opportunity to serve) and what he calls "safety-net entrepreneurs:"
Those would be folks who talk a great game about markets and risk-taking and entrepreneurship and gumption and such but have actually made their cash in ventures which are almost immune from real risk and where their skill isn't entrepreneurship but the ability to work the bureaucracy and purse strings of -- yikes! -- big government. [ed: *cough*Bush*cough* Cheney*cough*etc.*cough*] Safety-nets for the poor and middle-class damage character; for the businessmen, they work just fine.
Ampersand thinks TPM has nailed it, but is looking for a catchier name.