Wesley Clark's need to consult before knowing what he thinks about issues is no different than what Arnold Schwarzenegger is doing in California. Maybe his handlers (Clintons, McAuliffe, Rangel, et al) saw that Arnold got away with it and gave Clark the thumbs up to run for president.
I don't understand a General in the military having such an anti-war attitude. His war good; Bush's bad. And to think there are so many sycophant twits out there who have no problem with that. This is the third time I've stated this, but I'm going to again: I seriously think Wesley Clark has a mental problem that is being treated with heavy duty prescription drugs.
posted on 09/20/2003 4:38:24 PM PDT
(Hillary thinks being shrill is the same thing as standing up for principle.)
I agree with you - and so does Rush Limbaugh!!
posted on 09/20/2003 5:49:22 PM PDT
( America - "The Greatest Nation on the Face of the Earth")
I don't understand a General in the military having such an anti-war attitude.
I don't either. I thought it was the job of the military to prepare for war, all the time, in everything they do. Then it is the job of the Civilian Authorities (President & Congress) to determine when war is the right thing to do, and then it's the military's job to prosecute it with extreme prejudice. "Anti-war" and "Four Star General" are two words that don't go together. I would think "anti-war" would be grounds to relieve a commander all on its own.
posted on 09/20/2003 6:03:23 PM PDT
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