He's basically Bachmann with a slightly less interventionist foreign policy. Still quite authoritarian. That being said, he was formerly part of the Liberty Caucus (like Bachmann) and would have been a good ally in the Senate if he ran for that.
I wouldn't say he's a neo-con. I think neo-cons think (or at least pretend) they are doing good for the people of other countries. Graham and McCain often talk about oppression by dictators and wanting to restore democracy. People like Bachmann and Goode are a lot more blunt, they publicly say they're trying to stop "the caliphate" and are openly Islamophobic.
Baldwin was a rare exception. Normally the CP is just a dumping ground for former interventionist extremists like Alan Keyes.
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