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Gen. Clark Weighs Presidential Bid; Accuses Bush of inaction before 9/11
AP ^ | September 13, 2003 | nwrep

Posted on 09/14/2003 6:35:27 PM PDT by nwrep


The Associated Press

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Sept. 13

Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark, sensing growing support for a Democratic presidential bid, said Saturday he is days away from announcing a decision and launched into an attack on President Bush.

In a half-hour speech to 1,000 cheering Democrats in heavily Republican East Tennessee, Clark said Bush has failed the country on health care, education and foreign policy.

"The No. 1 responsibility of the commander in chief is what? The safety and security of the United States of America," Clark said, questioning the administration's efforts to avoid the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

"What happened on 9-11, Mr. President? Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

Clark charged the Bush administration with "obfuscation and slow investigations and memos and shenanigans and creating departments" in response to Sept. 11.

"Let's have some accountability, here," he said, recalling Harry Truman's credo that "The buck stops here."

Clark also challenged the president to explain the administration's strategy on the war in Iraq. "What is the intent, what is the plan, Mr. President? Because the commander in chief better have a plan and we haven't heard it yet."

Clark, 58, who headed the U.S. Southern Command and was NATO commander during the 1999 campaign in Kosovo, said his 34 years in the military taught him, "The highest calling of the armed forces is not to wage war, but to prevent war."

Supporters chanted "Draft, General Clark. Draft, General Clark."

"Now I haven't made up my mind whether I am going to run," Clark, in shirt sleeves, told the crowd. "But I have my jacket off. And you can figure this out."

In an interview earlier with The Associated Press on the front porch of actor David Keith's home, Clark said there was only one decision before him. "And that decision is, do you run for the office of president or do you stay in the private sector?"

Sounding like a candidate, he said without hesitation, "I think I have a tremendous amount to offer this country, a lifetime of public service and leadership."

He said a vice presidential slot is not on his mind, though he won't rule it out.

Clark, whose calendar includes a speech in Iowa Sept. 19, said he will announce his intentions within "the next few days probably," most likely in his home state of Arkansas.

"It just seemed to me if I was going to go to Iowa I probably ought to know what I was doing before I went there," he said.

Al Sharpton, one of nine Democrats already in the race, received a warm greeting in a speech to the Democrat dinner, but it seemed a warm-up to Clark.

Clark's candidacy "would only expand the field" and help the party, Sharpton said later. Clark said he would support Sharpton if the minister wins the nomination and Sharpton said he would do the same for Clark.

"If you can bring the Wesley Clark wing and the Al Sharpton wing of the party out, George Bush doesn't stand a chance," Sharpton said.

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Howard Dean's campaign is expanding its much-touted Internet organizing as it heads toward the all-important end of the third quarter fund-raising period.

Campaign manager Joe Trippi outlined the steps Friday that range from the now-familiar Internet-organized monthly meetings via meetup.com to such newer ones as DeanTV and an expanding wireless network.

It has a goal of signing up 450,000 supporters via its Web site by the end of September, 900,000 by December and 2 million by the Democratic National Convention next August.

As of midday Friday, 390,111 people had signed up. Campaign staff said nearly all of them contribute in some form, nearly 40 percent financially and thousands more by organizing events, handing out fliers or gaining more visibility for Dean.

Trippi, while leading reporters through a demonstration of the campaign's redoubled online efforts, told of a group of 80 from Philadelphia who attended a Phillies baseball game wearing their Dean T-shirts. They were welcomed to the game with an announcement on the ballpark's scoreboard. He showed a picture of a similar group in Florida who had done the same thing.

Trippi said the goal is to develop a campaign consisting of concentric circles. The headquarters staff is at the center and networks of loosely organized volunteers across the country are in circles linking with the national team.

The tools include such things as DeanTV, where the candidate gives a pep talk each month to be shown to supporters who meet via the Web site MeetUp.com.



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1 posted on 09/14/2003 6:35:30 PM PDT by nwrep
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To: *Bush Doctrine Unfold; *Clinton Alumni; *clintonscandals; *Election President
Perfume Prince Ping.
2 posted on 09/14/2003 6:38:59 PM PDT by nwrep
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To: nwrep
Proof positive...the higher the rank...the lower the IQ.
3 posted on 09/14/2003 6:39:18 PM PDT by dinok
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To: *Bush Doctrine Unfold; *Clinton Alumni; *clintonscandals; *Election President
Perfume Prince Ping.
4 posted on 09/14/2003 6:39:30 PM PDT by nwrep
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To: nwrep
Proof positive...the higher the rank...the lower the IQ.
5 posted on 09/14/2003 6:39:44 PM PDT by dinok
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To: nwrep
Clark may wear the uniform and title, but this "arm-chair" general only got to be Supreme Allied Commander because of his soft stand on wearing the title but allowing the UN to control the troops in Bosnia. I would guess he is very bright but morally bankrupt and lacking the leadership and resolve to actually represent our great nation. I suggest he's morally bankrupt for accepting aid from the Clintons. I acknowledge he's bright enough to realize the Clinton's are our country's worse nightmare yet he doesnt have the moral courage to resist the end justifying the means.

Clark has no political substance; will the Dems be able to distinguish him from any other CNN armchair General? The man already is back peddling on comments he made to the effect that the “White House” told him to link 9/11 attack to Iraq/Hussein. To me, this trips him up before he even makes it to the starting gate…guess he thought he could just say some slander and not get called on it.

Many wonder why the President hasn't responded to the excessive demeaning criticism from the media and Dwarfs. I see him being a true role model in this respect, he realizes he needs to attend to his job as leader of the world's greatest country under attack from overseas and from within by "first amendment patriots".

The President is focusing his efforts/concentration on standing up to terrorism and that, yes; it risks drawing his attention away from domestic policies. There needs to be some support/forgiveness from his constituent base so the endless attacks don't divert him from the task he has given himself: confronting terrorism. Terrorism is like a large-scale version of a sniper. During war, snipers are invaluable yet despised as cowards since they are incapable of confronting an army yet create an atmosphere of impending fear that immobilizes the actions of an army till the snipers are routed out. Terrorists, like snipers, must be routed out from their safe havens. They are inspired by perceptions of weakness, our President has the necessary resolve but his political attackers undermine the perception of his resolve.
The Bully Pulpit is useful when a debate can be enjoined, if it is seen or reputed as reducing yourself to your adversary's level then you fall into justifying their claim no matter how detailed your rebuff. GWB is no moron regardless of how much the other side wishes it's mantra would stick. This monumental task of confronting terrorism is a 24/7 concentration, he surrounded himself with good people and he's relying on their sound strategies to allow him to devote his concerns where they need focused. These assaults by his political opponents are a dangerous distraction, of that I have little doubt.

6 posted on 09/14/2003 6:40:19 PM PDT by Tarl ("Men killing men, feeling no pain...the world is a gutter - ENUFF Z'NUFF")
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"What happened on 9-11, Mr. President? Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

That is a lie. The more and more I hear about Wesley Clark the more I don't like him.

7 posted on 09/14/2003 6:40:19 PM PDT by KC_Conspirator (This space for rent)
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To: nwrep
Now matter how much perfume, he is still a sinking POS.
8 posted on 09/14/2003 6:40:26 PM PDT by Abcdefg
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To: nwrep
"What happened on 9-11, Mr. President? Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

If it was the number one threat, why didn't your drinking buddy Billy Clinton do anything about, Wesley?

9 posted on 09/14/2003 6:41:42 PM PDT by Poohbah (Hee Haw was supposed to be a television show...not the basis of a political movement...)
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To: nwrep
Amazing. Bush was president for a whole eight months and this rocket scientist accuses him of INACTION?

What about a certain WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON? Now, mister Lib, do we REALLY want to open up this particular Pandora's Box? Shall we now start talking about INACTION?

I say we print 18x24" pictures of ol' WJC, write INACTION on them in large red letters, and send them by the hundreds to this opportunistic moron.

Sheesh. Hypocrisy isn't nearly strong enough a term here.
10 posted on 09/14/2003 6:41:59 PM PDT by Windcatcher
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To: Poohbah
none of this is going to fly, but republicans are going to have to say so when faced with this accusation: Clinton's stewardship of this nation led directly to 9/11 occuring less then 8 months after he left office. let's take off the gloves.
11 posted on 09/14/2003 6:46:31 PM PDT by oceanview
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To: oceanview
I know.

And then we can inquire about how the Brits told him to sod off when he ordered them to beat the Russians to Pristina.
12 posted on 09/14/2003 6:48:29 PM PDT by Poohbah (Hee Haw was supposed to be a television show...not the basis of a political movement...)
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To: nwrep
Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

If Bill Clinton recognized Osama Bin Laden as the "number one threat" to our nation, why did he turn down multiple chances to kill him or take him into custody, general?

Oh, and why are you such an asshole?

13 posted on 09/14/2003 6:50:33 PM PDT by dead (Perdicaris alive or Raisuli dead!)
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To: KC_Conspirator
"What happened on 9-11, Mr. President? Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

He really said that? Un-f-ing-believable!!! I'm...I'm....speechless. (If you knew me, you'd realize how truly incredible that is!)

14 posted on 09/14/2003 6:52:59 PM PDT by tsmith130
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To: nwrep
Call him "Gen. Chutzpah."

General Clarkes war record is something less than stellar...

General Wesley Clark is riding high on what is universally considered his prescience about the current Iraq war. Going unremarked is his utter lack of prescience about his own war, in Kosovo in 1999.

Back then, Clark thought he had Slobodan Milosevic figured out, and that the mere threat of NATO bombing — and perhaps a day or two of the real thing — would bring him to the negotiating table and force him to be reasonable. When this turned out not to be the case, Clark had no Plan B, because President Clinton had ruled out ground troops from the outset.

Read More Here

Wesley Clark: The Guy Who Almost Started World War III

"I'm not going to start the third world war for you," General Sir Mike Jackson, commander of the international KFOR peacekeeping force, is reported to have told Gen. Clark when he refused to accept an order to send assault troops to prevent Russian troops from taking over the airfield of Kosovo's provincial capital.

Read More Here

This guy is going to try to ride his stars up the ladder, but his opponents are the same anti-war people who oppose Bush. My guess is that you had better dig up all your dirt quick on this guy, because they are going to be cleaning out their websites soon!

15 posted on 09/14/2003 6:55:13 PM PDT by Samurai_Jack (batten down the hatches)
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To: KC_Conspirator
Why is it that eight months into your administration...

I'm left speechless by this one, and it just begs to be turned into the eight years the Dims used to bamboozle us with multilateral BS while nothing real was done to protect the security of the US.

16 posted on 09/14/2003 7:03:54 PM PDT by pierrem15
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To: pierrem15
I don't think he really wants to go there, but hey, what do I know?
17 posted on 09/14/2003 7:13:00 PM PDT by gov_bean_ counter
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To: KC_Conspirator
Am I the only one who remembers all the attacks during the Clinton terms by the terrorists and we did nothing? 8 months into his presidency and Clark chastizes the president for inaction. Gosh--he needs to look @ Clinton not Bush with those itty bitty eyes.
18 posted on 09/14/2003 7:13:36 PM PDT by olliemb
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To: tsmith130
Yes, it is effing unbelievable. He was the military leader for an adminstration that did nothing about terrorism and lied to the public about our safety for 8 years. He ought to be call on the carpet for this. I actually heard that many of Clark's former collegues in the army are going to come out against him.
19 posted on 09/14/2003 7:16:16 PM PDT by KC_Conspirator (This space for rent)
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To: nwrep
"What is the intent, what is the plan, Mr. President?"

I belive the plan is to kick A$$, until there is no more A$$ to kick, Gen. Clark!
20 posted on 09/14/2003 7:16:47 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch
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To: nwrep
This makes me sick. He owes an appology to every American.
21 posted on 09/14/2003 7:16:53 PM PDT by ChadGore (Kakkate Koi!)
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To: nwrep
Maybe Clark can win the brainless idiot award. Maybe all the Dems can win it.
22 posted on 09/14/2003 7:20:10 PM PDT by dalebert
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To: KC_Conspirator
I actually heard that many of Clark's former collegues in the army are going to come out against him.

Well, tell them to get a move on!!! This guy needs to be cut off at the knees....NOW! What a pompous, good for nothing, opportunistic, lying scumbag! (Tomorrow I'll tell you how I really feel about him.)

23 posted on 09/14/2003 7:25:03 PM PDT by tsmith130
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To: nwrep
"Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

If this was the threat they believed it was, then why did Gore and the Democrats obstruct from this mission when they tried to steal the election, leading to months of indecision? And why did they continue this obstruction as Bush tried to put together his cabinet? If this was such an important issue, John Ashcroft (and others) should've been sworn in immediatley to get to the task at hand...but that didn't happen. Instead, we had endless debates over ideology. I just don't recall all this concern in 2001.
24 posted on 09/14/2003 7:31:06 PM PDT by cwb
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To: nwrep
"What happened on 9-11, Mr. President? Why is it that eight months into your administration, why is it that there was no plan to deal with the number one threat that Bill Clinton's national security team warned you about when you took office?"

This statement has Bill Clinton written all over it. If this guy becomes President it will be another term for Bill Clinton and Clark will be merely his mouthpiece. I can just hear Clinton telling Clark: [in dumb-guy Clinton voice] "Ahh warned them about Ahl-Qaeda. Ahh told 'em it was the number one security threat". And, Clark just eats it up, brown-noser that he is.

25 posted on 09/14/2003 7:33:23 PM PDT by Azzurri
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To: Azzurri
Since the release of "Losing Bin Laden" the Clinton machine has been running full bore.
26 posted on 09/14/2003 7:42:25 PM PDT by gov_bean_ counter
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To: Azzurri
Clark is the Clinton Team candidate. One wonders if he is merely a place holder for Hillary. He scoops up a lot of delegates and then bows to a draft Hillary crusade accepting the VP spot instead.
27 posted on 09/14/2003 7:49:53 PM PDT by DugwayDuke
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To: nwrep
Perfumed Prince makes more of a stink
28 posted on 09/14/2003 8:02:44 PM PDT by joesnuffy (Moderate Islam Is For Dilettantes)
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To: Tarl
u couldn't be more wrong if you purposely set out to be so. Gen. Clark is a brilliant and independent thinker who managed the operation in Bosnia as Supreme Commander of NATO. He is a strong proponent of a national defense structure that would have avoided the morass that has evolved in Iraq. Irrespective of whether we obtain any assistance from any allied power or there is a satisfactory UN resolution, Gen Clark's broad experience in force management, an understanding of logistics and effective resupply that thus far has escaped the sycophants and know-nothing civilians surrounding Rumsfeld and the president, and his grasp of foreign policies realities that is orders of magnitude beyond the present National Command structure are benefits that he brings to the table.

Support him or don't, that's a function of individual study, analysis and even predisposition. But pejorative attributions to him as knee-jerk reaction to his possible opposition to the sitting president is neither intelligent, persuasive nor idicative of commentary by a person worthy of others' attention.

29 posted on 09/14/2003 8:05:01 PM PDT by middie
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To: nwrep

30 posted on 09/14/2003 8:07:57 PM PDT by RJayneJ (To see pictures of Jayne's quilt: http://bulldogbulletin.lhhosting.com/page50.htm)
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It's strange because either a) Clark is a complete idiot; or, b) he thinks we're complete idiots.

Let's not even bring up his "sober" commentary on CNN in April.

31 posted on 09/14/2003 8:18:11 PM PDT by pierrem15
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32 posted on 09/14/2003 8:22:07 PM PDT by My Favorite Headache (Which one will lose? Depends on what I choose or maybe which voice...I ignore.)
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To: KC_Conspirator
"I actually heard that many of Clark's former collegues in the army are going to come out against him." OK, but who is going to show it on TV or print it? CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS?? by the time the networks are done with him he'll have 6 "stars". (Thats one more than Ike, Mac Arthur, Bradley and Marshall.)
33 posted on 09/14/2003 8:23:14 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (Where is Hillary's Living History now?)
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To: nwrep
Inaction before 9-11? Huh? So Bush was supposed to take us to War against the Taliban while Clark's buddies were still contesting the Presidential election. If the Left knew (or cared) about the threat America faced, they wouldn't have tried to castrate the Bush Presidency before 9-11.
34 posted on 09/14/2003 8:25:22 PM PDT by faithincowboys (Defeat the Fifth Column Leftist Bastards)
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To: Samurai_Jack
Here's a butt-licking leftist's view of W vs. Clark
(Kal at Balto Sun)

Really, such a big, big man.

35 posted on 09/14/2003 8:26:30 PM PDT by Sgt_Schultze
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To: middie
Support him or don't, that's a function of individual study, analysis and even predisposition. But pejorative attributions to him as knee-jerk reaction to his possible opposition to the sitting president is neither intelligent, persuasive nor idicative of commentary by a person worthy of others' attention.

I disagree. Any General who hitched his star to a Military Hater like Clinton, is worthy of our scorn. Im not decrying his service, just his contradictory politics. Clinton's hatred and abuse of our Military was deplorable, and Clarks constant reference to his position in Clintons admin, speaks volumes for his character. He simply cant be trusted based on his pride of working for Clinton. Becuase he certainly wasnt working for America..

36 posted on 09/14/2003 8:28:32 PM PDT by cardinal4 (Hillary and Clark rhymes with Ft Marcy park...)
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To: Sgt_Schultze
Nice cartoon, hope the real general didn't wear those pants for his retention board photo.
37 posted on 09/14/2003 8:30:03 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (Where is Hillary's Living History now?)
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To: nwrep
Like most Clintonites, the man is a shameless liar.
38 posted on 09/14/2003 8:31:28 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat (Help us elect Republicans in Kentucky! Click on my name for links to all the 2003 candidates!)
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To: Sgt_Schultze
Yeah, some "real war hero."

Bomb Kosovo from 15,000 feet, and then damn near start World War III with the race to Pristina...
39 posted on 09/14/2003 8:33:19 PM PDT by Poohbah (Hee Haw was supposed to be a television show...not the basis of a political movement...)
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"Accuses Bush of inaction before 9-11."

As opposed to Clinton/Clark, who actively aided the Islamofascists with their war against Serbia.

40 posted on 09/14/2003 8:33:33 PM PDT by atomic conspiracy ( Anti-war movement: road-kill on the highway to freedom.)
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"Now I haven't made up my mind whether I am going to run," Clark

He's not quite as polished a liar, though. This one is especially bad.

41 posted on 09/14/2003 8:34:08 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat (Help us elect Republicans in Kentucky! Click on my name for links to all the 2003 candidates!)
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To: nwrep
Clark ought to ask his buddy Bill Clinton why his response to the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Kobar Towers, two embassies, and the U.S.S. Cole was to fire a cruise missile at an aspirin factory. While the "number one threat" to America was growing, Weasel Clark and the rest of Comrade Billy's "national security team" were busy bombing the daylights out of the Serbs, who posed no threat to America or its vital interests. Clark is rewriting history and shamelessly exploiting September 11 for political gain.
42 posted on 09/14/2003 8:43:07 PM PDT by Holden Magroin
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To: nwrep
Clark ignores his buddy Clinton's 8 years of inaction & then blames Bush for 9-11.....gimme me a break!

The only thing that stands between us and the barbarians is ......George W. Bush!
43 posted on 09/14/2003 8:43:40 PM PDT by JulieRNR21 (Take W-04....Across America!)
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To: nwrep
Un-believable.
The field of Dem candidates is turning into a real freak show.
44 posted on 09/14/2003 8:47:42 PM PDT by Jorge
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To: Sgt_Schultze
PS, When that action figure was announced, I predicted it would backfire. The timing was bad for its release and it will leave Bush open for ridicule if he is up against Clarke. You think they had a hey day at the last moment with Bush's DWI? Wait. I can see Clarke on the networks with that item in his hand and a grin on Hillary's face.
45 posted on 09/14/2003 8:51:34 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (Where is Hillary's Living History now?)
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To: Bringbackthedraft
PPS, That action toy isn't going to be an action figure, its going to be a voodoo doll for the opposition!
46 posted on 09/14/2003 8:54:33 PM PDT by Bringbackthedraft (Where is Hillary's Living History now?)
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To: Sgt_Schultze
LOL. I don't care what his credentials are, he comes across as a little (derogatory word beginning with the letter B).
47 posted on 09/14/2003 8:54:59 PM PDT by ItisaReligionofPeace ((the original))
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To: Abcdefg; nwrep
Now matter how much perfume, he is still a sinking POS.

What a perfect typo. That's exactly what he's going to do once he enters the race: sink.

48 posted on 09/14/2003 9:09:33 PM PDT by Timesink
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To: nwrep
Wesley Clark is an opportunist!

an ugly person!

a coward!!!
49 posted on 09/14/2003 9:34:37 PM PDT by WillowyDame
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To: nwrep
Wesley Clark is what Bill Clinton could have been if he had stayed in the ROTC program and served in uniform.
50 posted on 09/15/2003 6:42:00 AM PDT by TADSLOS (Sua Sponte)
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