My loyalty to the Republican Party is not so strong that I would call a man who dedicated his life to military service a coward or whatever this nonsense about perfume is. I might not agree with the guy on a lot of stuff but I'm not gonna choose to like some military people because they like Bush and hate other military people who don't like Bush.
Doesn't make sense.
posted on 09/15/2003 6:55:20 AM PDT
(Caught on tape)
You miss my point. This is not a question of whether he likes Bush or not. Clark has been and is now nothing more than Bill Clinton personified. He was that way in uniform, and being a close FOB, rose in prominence before Bill, visa vis Cohen/Albright,(ironically)fired him from his post as SACEUR. Sure he wore the uniform, saw combat, et al...but he's a tainted product of the Clinton Administration, with all the character traits of his good bubba Bill (and a few of Hillary's also). This guys has brought brown nosing manipulation and the art of false perception to a high art form, and there's PLENTY of anectodal evidence out there to back up the assertion that surfaces throughout his career in the military.
posted on 09/15/2003 7:21:50 AM PDT
My loyalty to the Republican Party is not so strong that I would call a man who dedicated his life to military service a coward or whatever this nonsense about perfume is.
Because of his anti-gun stance, he has violated his oath to 'protect and defend the Constitution'.
As such, he is deserving of ZERO respect from any American, uniformed or not.
Furthermore, if the SOB wasn't serious about his oath in the first place, a strong case can be made for him "impersonating a military officer" and "defrauding the taxpayer".
posted on 09/15/2003 9:31:24 PM PDT
(Fight the future)
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