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Republicans for Wesley Clark?
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Posted on 07/16/2003 11:35:35 AM PDT by ejdrapes

Republicans for Clark

Clark on Domestic Issues


TOPICS: Extended News; News/Current Events; US: New York
KEYWORDS: 2004; clarkthemoron; demsindisguise; rino; wesleyclark
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After reading the above can someone tell me why any Reublican would support Wesley Clark? He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issues.
1 posted on 07/16/2003 11:35:35 AM PDT by ejdrapes
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To: ejdrapes
After reading the above can someone tell me why any Reublican would support Wesley Clark? He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issues.

What was it that PT Barnum said....?

2 posted on 07/16/2003 11:38:23 AM PDT by RoughDobermann
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To: ejdrapes
And he is a Clintonite.
3 posted on 07/16/2003 11:38:31 AM PDT by riri
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To: ejdrapes
It's the usual PR junk from the Rats. They are trying to shave a few Republicans off here and there, so they create web sites like this. I wouldn't be surprised if there is a "Republicans for Dean" site.

No real Republician would support Clark. Stupid people with no real affiliation might be sucked in, which is what they are hoping for.

4 posted on 07/16/2003 11:38:53 AM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: ejdrapes
You gotta be kidding

Why would anyone support Weaseley Clark?

So9

5 posted on 07/16/2003 11:39:10 AM PDT by Servant of the Nine (A Goldwater Republican)
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To: ejdrapes
Maybe if he ran as VP to Sharpton,lol?
6 posted on 07/16/2003 11:39:13 AM PDT by Domestic Church (AMDG...)
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To: ejdrapes; ewing; davidosborne; schaketo
He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issues.
 
I happen to agree with you.  Further, it's going to draw away energy from our Republicans for Al Sharpton. 
Although, I'm sure the Democraps will do a marvelous job of selecting a thoroughly unpopular and unelectable candidate themselves.
 
 

Owl_Eagle

”Guns Before Butter.”


7 posted on 07/16/2003 11:40:51 AM PDT by South Hawthorne ("Europeans lost the will to live the moral life long ago." - Ben Shapiro)
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To: ejdrapes
...why any Reublican would support Wesley Clark? He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issu...<p.Do you have proof that it is a "Republican" group?? This sounds like a scam -- much like "Catholics for Right to Choose" -- no Catholics in the governing structure.
8 posted on 07/16/2003 11:41:07 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
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To: ejdrapes; hellinahandcart

"Republican activist" Josh Margulies.

9 posted on 07/16/2003 11:41:40 AM PDT by dighton (NLC™)
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To: Miss Marple
I think that they think he will be viewed as tough on defense.

I remember when he wanted to blow up a Russain ship that was momitoring our cmmunications after the Kosovo misadventure.

10 posted on 07/16/2003 11:42:14 AM PDT by riri
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To: Servant of the Nine
GENERAL Wesley Clark was a good soldier. Stop sniping. You don't have to vote for him (I certainly will not be) but don't tear people down like that
11 posted on 07/16/2003 11:42:28 AM PDT by GranpaVet
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To: riri
that would be communications and during the Kosovo...
12 posted on 07/16/2003 11:43:33 AM PDT by riri
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To: dighton
E-mail
13 posted on 07/16/2003 11:44:05 AM PDT by Constitution Day
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To: ejdrapes
After reading the above can someone tell me why any Reublican would support Wesley Clark? He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issues.

Maybe this is like "Republicans for Sharpton", a plan to help the Dems chose the most hopeless ticket.

So9

14 posted on 07/16/2003 11:44:24 AM PDT by Servant of the Nine (A Goldwater Republican)
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To: ejdrapes
Republicans for Clark? Plural, more than one?

I think not.

This Josh person is the only sponsor I could find, and NO, I don't care to speculate whether has he a mouse or anything else in his pocket!

15 posted on 07/16/2003 11:47:17 AM PDT by onyx (Name an honest democrat? I can't either!)
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To: Howlin; Ed_NYC; MonroeDNA; widgysoft; Springman; Timesink; dubyaismypresident; Grani; coug97; ...
This is kind of like Chickens voting for Colonel Sanders (didn't J.C. Watts' old man say something similar about blacks and the GOP at one point?)...

"Hold muh beer 'n watch this!" PING....

If you want on or off this list, please let me know!

16 posted on 07/16/2003 11:48:40 AM PDT by mhking
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To: dighton
My guess is "Josh", the "Republican Activist", usually votes Democrat. But thats just a guess.
17 posted on 07/16/2003 11:49:26 AM PDT by Nonstatist
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To: afraidfortherepublic
Let's see, he was an FOB who was promoted far beyond his capability, and let a war that spent billions of dollars on a strategy that did not work and caused more collateral damage than necessary. He is a military man that treats his subordinates like trash and doesn't even try to get the brown stuff off his nose. When he did war analysis for CNN he was not even close. He did not have a clue when real generals ran a war.

He was an incompetent general.

He was an incompetent war analyst.

He would be an ... president.

Oh, he's also a liberal.

DK
18 posted on 07/16/2003 11:49:28 AM PDT by Dark Knight
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To: GranpaVet
This is nothing more than a ploy by the criminal democrap party to try and steal votes from the gop with this pathetic piece of propaganda. Only an idiot would fall for this, imho.
19 posted on 07/16/2003 11:50:52 AM PDT by jungleboy
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To: ejdrapes
Listening to Sean Hannity's radio show yesterday as liberal seminar callers disguised as republicans went on about the "16 words".
20 posted on 07/16/2003 11:54:34 AM PDT by Semper Paratus
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To: ejdrapes
He's a liberal democrat on most if not all issues.

So is Colon Powell!

21 posted on 07/16/2003 11:58:01 AM PDT by JesseHousman
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To: ejdrapes
There are some "Republicans" who will vote for any idiot with "General" or "Admiral" at the front of their names.

What struck me was the thing on the Domestic Issues page that described gun rights as "a local issue." Well then, I guess freedom of speech, religion, the press, assembly, and freedom from unreasonable search or self-incrimination are local issues too. Better hope your Mayor and city council like you...

22 posted on 07/16/2003 12:01:37 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (I had to give up jogging, the ice keeps falling out of my glass.)
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To: Miss Marple
Interesting you should say that. Dean's latest line is that liberals in Vermont hated him because he was too "middle of the road" especially his "fiscal conservatism." I laughed so hard, I almost fell off my chair.
23 posted on 07/16/2003 12:03:25 PM PDT by Mr. Silverback (I had to give up jogging, the ice keeps falling out of my glass.)
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To: ejdrapes
After reading the above can someone tell me why any Reublican would support Wesley Clark?

After watching Clark-as-imbedded-journalist on CNN a couple of times....

I can not imagine why any Republican would support him.

24 posted on 07/16/2003 12:04:35 PM PDT by Jeff Gordon
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To: ejdrapes
Clark is a RAT pig of WACO burning proportions...
25 posted on 07/16/2003 12:05:31 PM PDT by ApesForEvolution ("The only way evil triumphs is if good men do nothing" E. Burke)
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To: JesseHousman
Very true, very true. AA, abortion, vouchers, to name a few.
26 posted on 07/16/2003 12:06:55 PM PDT by ApesForEvolution ("The only way evil triumphs is if good men do nothing" E. Burke)
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To: ejdrapes
It's just like the Clintons to pull something like this.

They do not mean it; because Hitlery wants to be Pres. but they are still throwing garbage at us.
27 posted on 07/16/2003 12:19:31 PM PDT by freekitty
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To: RoughDobermann
Actually P.T.Barnum didn't coin the phrase that you're thinking of. David Hannum did.

http://www.historybuff.com/library/refbarnum.html

28 posted on 07/16/2003 12:20:41 PM PDT by SMEDLEYBUTLER
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To: SMEDLEYBUTLER
Too funny. I was just at that page! After posting, I remembered that PT apparently did not say it and Googled to historybuff.com. Interesting bit of history, eh?
29 posted on 07/16/2003 12:23:04 PM PDT by RoughDobermann
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To: ApesForEvolution
Yeah...I wonder if that story will ever see the light of day if he runs.
30 posted on 07/16/2003 12:29:55 PM PDT by cwb
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To: ejdrapes
How could there be a group "Veterans for Clinton"? Some things defy explanation.

"I thought this country was founded on a principle of progressive taxation.”
Wesley Clark, Meet the Press, 15 June 2003

31 posted on 07/16/2003 12:32:42 PM PDT by SMEDLEYBUTLER
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To: ejdrapes
"But he’s a Democrat…and I’m not!"

Right, right. But you’d vote for FDR if you could, right? Maybe Jefferson, too?


Uh, no. I would NOT have voted for FDR. Why would I want to vote for socialism like the New Deal?
32 posted on 07/16/2003 12:33:29 PM PDT by TheAngryClam (Bill Simon's recall campaign slogan- "If I can't have it, no one can!")
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To: RoughDobermann
Yeah. He's associated with the comment but apparently didn't make it. Maybe he adopted it after the court proceedings since he himself was the sucker.
33 posted on 07/16/2003 12:34:17 PM PDT by SMEDLEYBUTLER
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To: ejdrapes
A quick internet search shows that Mr. Margulies started getting behind Clark in a "bi-partisan" effort with his brother-in-law John Hlinko.

Further internet search shows John Hlinko as one of the founders of MoveOn.org

Small World!!!!!

34 posted on 07/16/2003 12:39:00 PM PDT by writmeister
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To: cwboelter
"Yeah...I wonder if that story will ever see the light of day if he runs."

Ha! Clark's role at WACO will be buried by his accomplices in the RAT media. Heck, Danforth white-washed the whole thing as well. Conservative talk radio will bring it up I hope, to what avail, who knows.
35 posted on 07/16/2003 12:39:09 PM PDT by ApesForEvolution ("The only way evil triumphs is if good men do nothing" E. Burke)
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To: GranpaVet
Wesley Clark was a lousy soldier, a timeserver who was rapidly promoted by clinton for doing his dirty work. He was despised by most military people, who nicknamed him the Ultimate Perfumed Prince.
36 posted on 07/16/2003 12:39:54 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: GranpaVet
The British accused Clark of trying to start world war three during the Kosovo mission.
37 posted on 07/16/2003 12:42:48 PM PDT by OldFriend ((Warpaint at the Ready!))
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To: Semper Paratus
Just turned the radio on and Sean is reading Ed Koch's article......EXCELLENT article!
38 posted on 07/16/2003 12:43:45 PM PDT by OldFriend ((Warpaint at the Ready!))
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To: Dark Knight
Except that he says he was a Republican until Clinton put him in charge of Kosovo.
39 posted on 07/16/2003 12:44:22 PM PDT by Deb (Do these jeans make my tag look big?)
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To: GranpaVet
GENERAL Wesley Clark was a good soldier. Stop sniping.

Like heck he was. He's the classic perfumed prince with ties to the Arkansas political machine. He almost got us into a war with Russia - twice - during the Kosovo intervention. And he was part of the group that took a strategic stalemate in Kosovo and managed to declare victory by capitulating to what Milosevice was willing to do all along.

40 posted on 07/16/2003 12:49:00 PM PDT by dirtboy (Not enough words in FR taglines to adequately describe the dimensions of Hillary's thunderous thighs)
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To: Miss Marple
There are some high profile RINOs who could be behind this. Again to shave off some votes.

Republican Philanthropist Pays Pro-Gore Legal Bills

Nothing about Steve Kirsch was conservative. I have to think that he voted in the Republican primary to either pose a weaker candidate or to give support to McCain.

He said that he had never agreed on so many of the issues as he did with Al Gore Junior.

He even registered at FR to root for Albert. The press liked the angle that a "republican" supported Algore in the recounts.

41 posted on 07/16/2003 12:49:17 PM PDT by weegee
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To: dirtboy
GranpaVet
Since Jul 15, 2003
42 posted on 07/16/2003 12:50:46 PM PDT by weegee
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To: dighton
Log cabin Republican for Clark. `Butcher of Serbia alert.
44 posted on 07/16/2003 12:51:23 PM PDT by steve8714
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To: writmeister; All
A quick internet search shows that Mr. Margulies started getting behind Clark in a "bi-partisan" effort with his brother-in-law John Hlinko. Further internet search shows John Hlinko as one of the founders of MoveOn.org.

Good find.

45 posted on 07/16/2003 12:57:50 PM PDT by dighton (NLC™)
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To: dighton; writmeister
Given the preponderance of forged documents, mole-type government employees, plants in crowds for Hillary's books, etc., it isn't difficult to see that there would be bogus organizations as well. The democrats have no way to compete except by deceit and smear.

We are going to have a very ugly campaign, of which this is a symptom.

It is important that we check every quote, organization, etc. in order to expose as many of these tricks as possible, because you know darn well the media isn't going to do it without our prodding, and even then many won't.

writmeister, I wonder how many organizatioins that Hlinko character has formed. I bet this isn't the only "Republican" web site he has helped set up.

46 posted on 07/16/2003 1:18:24 PM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: ejdrapes
Watch...2004... Clinton/Clark ticket....
47 posted on 07/16/2003 1:25:35 PM PDT by Bob Eimiller (Clinton.... ??? Livingstone knows where the bodies are buried.. unless he's taking a dirt nap too...)
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To: dighton
Why do I think of Mark Morford when I see that picture?
48 posted on 07/16/2003 1:50:17 PM PDT by hellinahandcart
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To: Deb
Well...Lincoln Chafee says he's a Republican, too...and still does. We know that doesn't mean a whole lot:>). Other than his military serivce, he and Clinton have similar paths...both from Arkansas and Rhodes Scholars.
49 posted on 07/16/2003 1:52:00 PM PDT by cwb
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To: afraidfortherepublic
This sounds like a scam -- much like "Catholics for Right to Choose" -- no Catholics in the governing structure.

It sounds a lot like that "non-partisan" group in California who spent a bundle on ads saying the recall would be"bad for business". Turned out it was three huge Dem donors, one union Dem donor, and one rich Republican for Choice who gave equally to Dems and pro-abort Republicans.

IF this guys is a Republican, he's a Bloomberg Republican. And he's working with his brother-in-law from MoveOn? I'm gonna puke.

50 posted on 07/16/2003 1:56:17 PM PDT by hellinahandcart
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