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  • The "Wes" Debate Strategy

    09/28/2003 3:28:10 PM PDT · by Mia T · 15 replies · 158+ views
    CNBC | 9.28.03 | Mia T
    RAPIST SHOWING LEG: An Extension of the clinton Complex-Question Fallacy Scheme   by Mia T, 9-19-03   The missus clinton-Wesley Clark spectacle, in any permutation or combination, is as much about delusions of grandeur (with sabotage the fallback position) as about anything else. As Susan Estrich pointedly stated yet again last night: "hillary clinton is unelectable." (requires Flash Player 6, available HERE) The clinton calculus, that the clintons' utter failure, which unleashed global terror, would be neutralized (or at least mitigated) by any general -- and no less by a general who, himself, exudes critical elements of clinton dysfunction...
  • Charlie Rangel (D-Al Qaeda): "Clark can save this G*dd*amn Nation from self-destruction"

    09/21/2003 7:02:09 AM PDT · by nwrep · 92 replies · 3,149+ views
    Time Magazine ^ | September 21, 2003 | KAREN TUMULTY
    Sunday, Sep. 21, 2003The General Jumps In Wes Clark has launched a presidential bid that has a four-star luster. But is the antiwar general prepared for this kind of battle? ByKAREN TUMULTY Wesley Clark was top of his class at West Point, a Rhodes scholar, a decorated four-star general and the man who humbled Slobodan Milosevic when Clark was Supreme Allied Commander in Europe. But if he made any impression at all on many Americans, it happened after he retired and found stardom on cnn as one of the smoothest and most antiwar of the corps of generals turned...
  • MEDIA ADVISORY: Wesley Clark: The New Anti-War Candidate? [MUST READ]

    09/21/2003 2:29:33 AM PDT · by The Raven · 6 replies · 292+ views
    September 16, 2003 The possibility that former NATO supreme commander Wesley Clark might enter the race for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination has been the subject of furious speculation in the media. But while recent coverage of Clark often claims that he opposed the war with Iraq, the various opinions he has expressed on the issue suggest the media's "anti-war" label is inaccurate. Many media accounts state that Clark, who led the 1999 NATO campaign against Yugoslavia, was outspoken in his opposition to the invasion of Iraq. The Boston Globe (9/14/03) noted that Clark is "a former NATO commander who...