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  • Wes Clark vs. the Military

    02/04/2004 5:32:34 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 3 replies · 146+ views ^ | Wednesday, February 4, 2004 | Shawn Macomber
    Wes Clark vs. the MilitaryBy Shawn | February 4, 2004 What is Wesley Clark thinking? The retired four star general, who won the Oklahoma Democratic presidential primary by a razor-thin margin, raised more than a few eyebrows recently when some saucy photos of him appeared in the gay culture rag, The Advocate. Sure enough, there is Clark on the cover of the magazine, his shirt provocatively unbuttoned, hands on his hips, looking rather…um, homoerotic. The picture is the first and (hopefully) last sexually charged image of  this year’s Democratic presidential primary. With Gert by his side, it’s obvious Wes is as...
  • Wesley Clark Admits Targeting Civilians In Yugoslavia

    01/26/2004 12:56:38 PM PST · by DTA · 42 replies · 551+ views
    Democracy Now ^ | 2004-01-26 | JEREMY SCAHILL
    Monday, January 26th, 2004 Democracy Now! Exclusive: Wesley Clark Admits Targeting Civilians In Yugoslavia In a Democracy Now! exclusive, General Wesley Clark responds for the first time to in-depth questions about his targeting of civilian infrastructure in Yugoslavia, his bombing of Radio Television Serbia, the use of cluster bombs and depleted uranium, the speeding-up of the cockpit video of a bombing of a passenger train to make it appear as though it was an accident and other decisions he made and orders he gave as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander. Since the 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia, General Wesley Clark has not...
  • Bill Clinton: The first Rwandan president

    01/21/2004 11:10:40 PM PST · by Utah Girl · 21 replies · 1,449+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 1/21/2004 | SHMULEY BOTEACH
    In just 12 weeks the world will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda. That somber thought was on my mind as my friend, the distinguished African-American journalist Peter Noel, took me the other night for a tour of Harlem. We passed by Bill Clinton's office, and Peter told me how significant crowds, nearly all African-Americans, await the arrival most mornings of the man dubbed "America's first black president." That description – coined in 1998 by African-American Nobel laureate Toni Morrison – as well as the African-American rapture for Bill Clinton, is nothing short of astonishing. Calling Clinton...
  • Jamie Ruben, Clark and Genocide in Rwanda

    01/22/2004 8:51:07 PM PST · by big bad easter bunny · 3 replies · 264+ views
    January 22nd. 2004 | b.b.e.b.
    I was amazed to see that Wesley has Jamie Rubin as is advisor. Back in 1996 while there was slaughter going on in Rwanda Jamie Rubin refused to use the word genocide to describe the deaths of 100's of thousand. If he had used those very words, as he did to describe Kosovo, 100's of thousand would still be alive today. By US law if it were genocide we would have had to act. Some one should ask Clark if he were to win, would he use the same great talent out there like Jamie? While doing a bit of...
  • All Quiet on the Northern Front, But a General (Clark) Alarm Spreads Through the State (NH)

    01/20/2004 11:51:47 AM PST · by dead · 15 replies · 139+ views
    Village Voice ^ | January 19th, 2004 2:00 PM | James Ridgeway
    NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE—As the Democratic candidates began landing here last week, this state braced for a surge of whirlwind politics before the primary. But during the recent spate of bitter cold, this northern front lay relatively quiet as events played out in Iowa. Dennis Kucinich, though, stoked some fire by telling teenagers at a high school in Penacook that some of the Pentagon's budget should go to pay for universal free public education through college. He studiously avoided the topic of abortion; he once was against it. Joe Lieberman, at a town meeting in Concord, promised to reverse Bush's partial...
  • Work of the Hague tribunal in Racak case criticized

    01/19/2004 11:27:35 AM PST · by DTA · 67 replies · 533+ views
    BERLINER ZEITUNG ^ | 2004-01-17 | Markus Bickel
    Berliner Zeitung, Saturday, January 17, 2004 No interest in fallen Serbs Work of the Hague tribunal in Racak case criticized Markus Bickel SARAJEVO/HELSINKI, January - Finnish pathologist Helena Ranta has expressed lack of comprehension regarding the work of the UN's Hague tribunal in the case of the so-called massacre of Racak. In an interview with "Berliner Zeitung", the head of the forensic team sent by the EU to investigate occurrences in the Kosovo village of Racak in January, 1999, criticized that indications of serious fighting between Serbian soldiers and Albanian fighters on the night of 15th to 16th of January,...
  • General Dud

    01/15/2004 1:13:51 PM PST · by DTA · 3 replies · 163+ views
    THE NATIONAL REVIEW ^ | 2004-01-15 | Doug Bandow
    January 15, 2004, 8:45 a.m. General Dud Wes Clark's no foreign-policy wiz. By Doug Bandow Former General Wesley Clark has become the great hope for establishment Democrats seeking to stop frontrunner Howard Dean. Yet Clark, who has based his campaign on his foreign-policy credentials, actually has the strangest foreign-policy views of anyone in the presidential race. While Democrats were firing away at each other in the aftermath of the capture of Saddam Hussein, Gen. Clark was at the Hague, seeking to hype his candidacy by testifying at the U.N. trial of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. Clark, who prosecuted the...
  • TOUTING GENERAL FLOP SWEAT -- Wesley Clark As The New, Improved Howard Dean!

    01/15/2004 5:48:17 AM PST · by Apolitical · 4 replies · 130+ views
    Today's recommended reading is another caustic hit job on the hypocrites of the Democratic Party by none other than America's favorite gun-toting, reactionary babe, Ann Coulter. Featured on her Web site, the column is entitled The Democrats' Idea Of A General. Ms. Coulter's column is an obvious rejoinder to the 'mainstream' press's latest campaign to position Clinton-sponsored presidential candidate, General Wesley 'Psycho' Clark, as the successor to Howard Dean as America's latest savior. Ms. Coulter's unsubtle message is the equivalent of, "Wake up people, this ex-General is out of his mind!" Here's how insightful Ann develops her argument: "DEMOCRATS are...
  • The legitimacy of ethnic patriotism

    01/13/2004 8:44:31 PM PST · by DTA · 4 replies · 129+ views
    NATIONAL POST (CANADA) ^ | 2003-01-12 | George Jonas
    The legitimacy of ethnic patriotism George Jonas National Post Monday, January 12, 2004 Victorians tried to sweep sex under the carpet. Our era tries to do the same with ethnic nationalism. The Victorians had the tougher task -- sex has deeper roots in nature than tribal loyalties -- but the roots of ethno-cultural affinity go deep enough. In Serbia's elections last month, to the dismay of many and the surprise of some, the Radical Party won 28% of the vote. This translates to a plurality of 81 seats, or the biggest single bloc, in Serbia's 250-seat parliament. Another 22 seats...
  • CLARK URGES SUPPORTERS to defend Clark (TROLL) on FREE REPUBLIC (Untitled email -- this is my title)

    01/13/2004 12:26:35 PM PST · by PhiKapMom · 338 replies · 729+ views
    Clark for President Community Network Campaign ^ | 13 January 2004 | Clark for President
    By camworld Posted to Official Campaign (Call To Action) on Tue Jan 13th, 2004 at 12:01:47 AM EST Matt Bennett is the Director of Communications at Clark for President. General Clark asked him to pass on this message to the online community and supporters. General Clark is outraged! The New York Times and pundits on CNN have utterly distorted the facts about his statements regarding Iraq and al Qaeda. Here are the facts: Wes Clark has always said that there was some link between al Qaeda and Saddam's intelligence agents. But he has also always maintained that there is NO...
  • Fear the Weasel (Clark Could Be Biggest Threat to Bush)

    01/06/2004 8:19:12 AM PST · by NYC Republican · 37 replies · 197+ views ^ | 1/5/04 | HindRocket
    The question of the hour is, Can Howard Dean be stopped? Well, of course he can be stopped. His "lead" is enirely on paper. Not a single delegate has been selected. In my opinion, the air could go out of Dean's balloon with shocking suddenness. The only primary that he has more or less locked up is quirky, non-predictive New Hampshire. Beyond that, everything is wide open. The conventional wisdom is that the story of the Democratic contest so far is Howard Dean's success. In a sense, of course, that is true. But as I've said before, the real story...
  • MoveOn Freudian Nazi Ad

    01/06/2004 12:53:04 AM PST · by kattracks · 18 replies · 201+ views ^ | 1/06/04 | Tammy Bruce
    The Leftist extremists now in charge of the Democratic Party are either so desperate or delusional they are now comparing this nation to Hitler’s Third Reich and the president to Hitler himself. The Voter Fund has sponsored a commercial ‘contest’ encouraging people “to help us find the most creative, clear and memorable ideas for ads that tell the truth about George Bush's policies.” Two of those submissions ran on the site and directly compared George W. Bush to Hitler and this nation’s policies with the Third Reich.  Upon seeing the ad, one has to ask, do they really...
  • Marcus Gee on Wes Clark (my title)

    01/02/2004 1:14:40 PM PST · by DTA · 15 replies · 192+ views
    The Globe and Mail (Canada) ^ | 2004-01-02 | Marcus Gee
    If Wesley Clark wins the Democratic Party nomination for president of the United States this year, it will be partly on the strength of his performance in the war over Kosovo. General Clark, who was NATO commander during the 78-day conflict in 1999, has made his conduct of the war a centrepiece of his campaign. Here, he claims, was an armed intervention that worked. Unlike last year's invasion of Iraq, which he opposed, the Kosovo war was, as he sees it, both necessary and successful. As his campaign ads modestly put it, in Kosovo he "stopped a campaign of terror"...
  • Gen. Clark's misguided justice-the only Democratic hopeful "who's ever faced a dictator down

    12/31/2003 7:01:47 AM PST · by SJackson · 11 replies · 230+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | Dec. 31, 2003 | Debra J. Saunders
    After retired Gen. Wesley Clark testified at the United Nations international criminal tribunal in The Hague — where former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is being tried on 66 charges, including crimes against humanity — Clark boasted to the New York Times that he is the only Democratic presidential hopeful "who's ever faced a dictator down. I'm the only one who's ever testified in court against one." Now Clark can boast that he's the only Democratic hopeful to testify against a dictator who quickly thereafter was elected to his country's parliament, as happened Sunday. (Not that Milosevic or Serbian Radical Party...
  • Bush takes on Soros: Fund-raising e-mail urges support to counter billionaire's campaign

    12/29/2003 9:46:11 PM PST · by Salvation · 99 replies · 467+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 12-29-03 | WorldNetDaily
    ELECTION 2004Bush takes on SorosFund-raising e-mail urges support to counter billionaire's campaign Posted: December 29, 20035:00 p.m. Eastern © 2003 The campaign to re-elect President George W. Bush has taken aim at his 10th rival in the race – non-candidate George Soros. Staffers fired off an e-mail to Republican supporters in an effort to counter the billionaire-financier's campaign to oust the incumbent, reports the Independent. George Soros WorldNetDaily reported the Hungarian-born philanthropist seeks to raise up to $75 million and has pledged more than $15 million of his own money to prevent Bush from staying in the White House. He committed...
  • New Clark ad features Clinton

    12/29/2003 9:05:57 AM PST · by GeneD · 21 replies · 113+ views
    AP via ^ | 12/29/2003
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley Clark's new television commercial includes a clip of him and Bill Clinton.</p> <p>It's the first ad of the 2004 campaign to include an image of the former president, arguably America's most popular Democrat.</p>
  • Clark's credibility gap -

    12/22/2003 8:49:39 AM PST · by UnklGene · 7 replies · 163+ views ^ | December 22, 2003 | Jeff Jacoby
    Clark's credibility gap - Jeff Jacoby December 22, 2003 Wesley Clark, the four-star general who commanded US forces in Europe during the Kosovo war, is running for president as an opponent of the war in Iraq. So what will he say, a questioner asks, when the Bush camp levels the obvious criticism: If General Clark had his way, Saddam Hussein would still be in power. "If General Clark had his way," the candidate instantly replies, "we'd have had Osama bin Laden dead or alive two years ago, and the world would have been a lot safer. And then we'd have...

    12/18/2003 10:47:58 AM PST · by Destro · 32 replies · 531+ views ^ | 12/17/2003 15:31:25 | MENL
    Last Updated: 12/17/2003 15:31:25 Middle East GREECE DEEMS THREAT FROM BOSNIAN ARABS ATHENS [MENL] -- Greece has determined that its national security interests are being threatened by Al Qaida-aligned Arab agents in Bosnia. The Cabinet of Prime Minister Costas Simitis has convened to discuss what officials termed the threat from an estimated 2,000 Bosnian Arabs to the Olympic Games in August 2004. Officials said Western intelligence agencies have assessed that some of those Arab nationals could be training to carry out attacks on Israeli, U.S. or other targets during the Olympics in Athens. Officials said the threat of an Al...
  • Milosevic attacked Clark's personal character by citing criticism of him by Gen. Hugh Shelton

    12/18/2003 10:36:53 AM PST · by Destro · 111 replies · 251+ views ^ | Wednesday, December 17, 2003 | Elaine Sciolino, New York Times
    <p>The Hague, Netherlands -- U.S. presidential politics can be played on any stage, and for the past two days it has unfolded behind closed doors in a courtroom in the Netherlands.</p> <p>As President Bush basked in the capture of Saddam Hussein, Gen. Wesley Clark, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, has had a strangely coincidental opportunity to point to his history with another man accused of war crimes: former President Slobodan Milosevic of Yugoslavia.</p>
  • Crime, terror flourish in 'liberated' Kosovo

    12/16/2003 10:36:51 AM PST · by Teetop · 22 replies · 345+ views
    National Post (Canada) ^ | December 10, 2003 | Isabel Vincent
    Four years after it was "liberated" by a NATO bombing campaign, Kosovo has deteriorated into a hotbed of organized crime, anti-Serb violence and al-Qaeda sympathizers, say security officials and Balkan experts. Though nominally still under UN control, the southern province of Serbia is today dominated by a triumvirate of Albanian paramilitaries, mafiosi and terrorists. They control a host of smuggling operations and are implementing what many observers call their own brutal ethnic cleansing of minority groups, such as Serbs, Roma and Jews. In recent weeks, UN officials ordered the construction of a fortified concrete barrier around the UN compound on...
  • US Presidential Candidate Clark Testifies at Milosevic Trial

    12/15/2003 1:05:57 PM PST · by duckln · 39 replies · 262+ views
    US Presidential Candidate Clark Testifies at Milosevic Trial Lauren Comiteau Amsterdam 15 Dec 2003, 19:26 UTC Presidential hopeful Wesley Clark is in The Hague testifying at the war crimes trial of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. In two days of closed testimony, General Clark is expected to be questioned about the period when he was commander of NATO forces, during the alliance's 1999 bombing campaign against Yugoslavia. The former Yugoslav leader has always insisted if any war crimes were committed in Yugoslavia, they were committed by NATO forces. Now he will get to question the man who led the military...
  • If I Were a Rich Man [George Soros]

    11/17/2003 3:41:21 PM PST · by SJackson · 12 replies · 239+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 11-17-03 | Jack Engelhard
    Just the other day, I was saying to my wife, "You know what I need? Seven billion dollars." Of all the coincidences! A few hours later, I turn on the TV and here's George Soros, one of the world's richest men, saying that he is willing to give away his entire fortune to defeat President Bush. What's Soros' fortune worth? Seven billion dollars. Exactly to the penny, or rather, to the billion, what I asked for. To get the money, all I have to do is defeat President Bush; right, Mr. Soros? I'm willing. I'm game. Just show me the...
  • [Wesley "Puppet"] Clark to testify at Milosevic Trial

    11/16/2003 10:30:47 AM PST · by nwrep · 52 replies · 472+ views
    AP ^ | November 16, 2003 | JENNIFER C. KERR
    WASHINGTON - Retired Gen. Wesley Clark (news - web sites) will interrupt briefly his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination to testify at the U.N. war crimes trial of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic (news - web sites). AP Photo Slideshow: Wesley Clark Clark said Sunday the Swiss chief prosecutor in the trial at The Hague (news - web sites), Carla Del Ponte, has asked him to appear in mid-December to testify against the ousted Serb leader. "Because of the historic importance of this proceeding — the first trial of a head of state before a war crimes tribunal —...
  • GENERAL CLARK’S BATTLES-The candidate’s celebrated—and controversial—military career.

    11/10/2003 8:33:29 AM PST · by SJackson · 19 replies · 215+ views
    New Yorker ^ | 11-10-03 | PETER J. BOYER
    The first important decision of retired Army General Wesley Clark’s new political career was the long deferral of its launch. As Clark lodged safely in the rear echelon, the other Democratic Presidential aspirants spent most of the year hustling money at fund-raisers, finessing the Iraq question, and trying to befriend every citizen of Iowa and New Hampshire. By September, a bleak common wisdom had taken hold among Democratic Party pros: the established candidates were struggling, and an outsider, Howard Dean, seemed destined to win the nomination but would be a weak opponent for George W. Bush. By mid-September, many Democrats...
  • Decline of the Wes (Clark's hypocritical obstructionism on Iraq)

    10/29/2003 6:45:09 AM PST · by NYC Republican · 69 replies · 138+ views
    Slate/MSNBC ^ | 10/28/03 | William Saletan
    If you think U.S. troops are outnumbered in Iraq, you should have seen President Bush fending off the White House press corps Tuesday morning. "You just spoke about the suicide bombers in Iraq as being desperate. But as yesterday's attack show[s], they're also increasingly successful," one reporter told Bush. "There's been a much more somber assessment [of the U.S. predicament] in private," noted another. "Senior U.S. intelligence officials on the ground in Iraq have estimated that we have, at most, six months to restore order there and quell the violence, or else we risk losing the support of the Iraqi...
  • Angry Kosovars call on 'colonial' UN occupying force to leave

    10/18/2003 7:28:42 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 10 replies · 95+ views
    Guardian ^ | 10/19/03 | Helena Smith
    Angry Kosovars call on 'colonial' UN occupying force to leave The international force's fall from grace in Kosovo is a stark warning of what could happen to peacekeepers in Iraq. Helena Smith reports Sunday October 19, 2003 The Observer The first chant came from the back of the crowd. 'Go home!' yelled a youngster, as he stood in Pristina's dusty Mother Teresa Square, the site last week of Kosovo's first post-war demonstration. 'Out with the UN!' screamed an elderly woman, producing a placard that conveyed the same message. 'We don't need you here!' Four years ago, Kosovar Albanians were liberated...
  • Serbian Families Sue Germans Over NATO Bombing 

    10/15/2003 8:33:09 AM PDT · by PatrioticCowboy · 175 replies · 153+ views ^ | 10-15-03
    Serbian Families Sue Germans Over NATO Bombing  35 Yugoslavians are suing Germany over a deadly 1999 NATO bombing attack.   A German court is slated to make legal history on Wednesday when families of civilians killed and injured in a 1999 NATO bombing on the Serbian town of Varvarin press for compensation. May 30, 1999, started as a quiet Sunday in the small town of Varvarin in the Serbian enclave of Montenegro. The market in the town square teemed with its usual customers. The Orthodox church service for the celebration of the Holy Trinity had just ended and people were heading home....
  • Gen. Wesley Clark Resigns From Stephens

    03/01/2003 11:34:22 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 138 replies · 3,977+ views ^ | February 28, 2003
    Retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark, the Little Rock native and former NATO supreme allied commander in Europe, has resigned as managing director of merchant banking for the Stephens Group Inc. of Little Rock effective Friday, a company spokesman confirmed. "He told several of us that his first assignment would be to Kuwait City for CNN," Stephens spokesman Frank Thomas said. "It was a very amicable parting, very comfortable." Clark couldn't be reached for comment Friday morning. He joined Stephens in July 2000, the same month he retired from the Army. He serves on the boards of directors of Acxiom...
  • History of Misinformation tarnishes Clark's Military Record

    10/06/2003 6:37:06 AM PDT · by Clodia Pulcher · 37 replies · 389+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | October 6, 2003 | Thomas H. Lipscomb one astonishing statement three days before Clark announced his candidacy, Clark's former boss, Gen. H. Hugh Shelton, raised the most serious questions about Clark's military record, which is, of course, all he really has to run on. Shelton, who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 9/11, said: "I've known Wes a long time. I will tell you the reason he came out of Europe early had to do with integrity and character, issues that are very near and dear to my heart." According to military historian Thomas Fleming, "This is the most critical statement by one...

    10/04/2003 6:08:08 PM PDT · by Andy from Beaverton · 50 replies · 794+ views
    SOME FACTS ABOUT GENERAL CLARK       General Wesley Clark.  A hero.  Medal winner.  A born leader.  The man that has GW Bush ready to just give up and quit.  Really?  Not everyone thinks so.  Take, for instance,  General Sir Mike Jackson, commander of the international K-For peacekeeping force.  "I'm not going to start the third world war for you."  It seems Clark had given an order to send in troops to attack Russian troops who were in the process of taking over the airfield of Kosovo's provincial capital.  Fighting  and killing Russian troops was not part of the war plan to...
  • Clark Has Lots of Ammo for War With Bush

    09/24/2003 10:43:43 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 55 replies · 232+ views
    Capitol Hill Blue ^ | Sep 24, 2003 | CALVIN WOODWARD
    As a military analyst on television, Wesley Clark argued early that President Bush failed to make the case for the Iraq war. He predicted incisively that America would win quickly but face deadly trouble in the aftermath. Where some Democratic presidential candidates have criticized Bush's foreign policy and postwar leadership with the benefit of hindsight, Clark can claim to have raised similar questions with foresight. So far, so good, for his new presidential campaign. Less conveniently for his political aspirations, however, Clark at times heaped praise on Bush and his team for skillfully handling the Iraqi operation - even so...
  • Wesley Clark: Just How Qualified?

    09/24/2003 4:24:52 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 11 replies · 241+ views
    AIM ^ | September 15, 2003 | William Fielder
    On the Fox News Hannity & Colmes Show of August 21st, General Wesley Clark said the President Bush removed Saddam Hussein “under false pretenses.” The General should know something about false pretenses, as he was the NATO military commander in 1999, during the military intervention in Kosovo. This operation, during our recent co-presidency, was designed to save Muslim Kosovo from a rabid Serbian leader. It was hyped by a media campaign that charged “ethnic cleansing,” but found little evidence of mass murder (unlike the killing fields of Iraq). The propaganda campaign included faked photos supposedly taken of starving concentration camp...
  • Tinkerer, Taylor, Soldier, President? Gen. Clark won't win by promising to fight the last war

    09/22/2003 9:05:34 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 7 replies · 131+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | 09/23/03 | BRENDAN MINITER
    <p>On paper, Wesley Clark is the perfect Democrat to challenge George W. Bush. He's a warrior, and he's also the candidate likely to put the best public face on the party by shutting down Howard Dean--whose liberal, antiwar rhetoric risks sending the party down to another McGovern-type defeat. Democrats are happy, then, to see poll numbers showing Gen. Clark running strong against both Dr. Dean and President Bush.</p>
  • Gaffes, Kosovo Criticisms Seen as Early Setbacks for Clark

    09/23/2003 6:21:53 AM PDT · by DTA · 8 replies · 181+ views
    CNSNews ^ | September 23, 2003 | By Lawrence Morahan
    Gaffes, Kosovo Criticisms Seen as Early Setbacks for Clark By Lawrence Morahan Senior Staff Writer September 23, 2003 ( - Apparent waffling on his position on the Iraq invasion, new reports about his conduct during the Kosovo campaign and a lack of a political organization in key primary states have somewhat dulled retired Army General Wesley Clark's high-profile entry into the presidential race, analysts said Monday. "He is a general, and he's known for thin skin, so we have to see more of him out there. This was not a great start, though," pollster John Zogby said. Within days...
  • Waco is Clinton's Bay of Pigs - The Defense of Wesley Clark

    09/19/2003 9:07:19 AM PDT · by Incorrigible · 27 replies · 408+ views
    The Clark Sphere ^ | 9/2/03 | Newberry
    Below I present two BLOG articles (ie, not mainstream media, just some guy on the campaign trail known as newberry) from the website The Clark Sphere.  This appears to be at least a semi-official web site for his campaign.  I thought them interesting to see how the defense of Wesley Clark is shaping up.The first article slanders Reagan and Bush and blames the people they appointed with the Waco firestorm.Article 1: The Facts ( Waco is Clinton's Bay of Pigs - an operation planned before he took office, and handed to his new AG. The tactical elements in charge had...
  • An Army of One (Wesley Clark saves Europe)

    09/22/2003 12:08:21 PM PDT · by Soliton · 4 replies · 187+ views
    Washington Monthly ^ | September 2002 | Wesley Clark
    An Army of One? In the war on terrorism, alliances are not an obstacle to victory. They're the key to it. (Excerpt) “In the darkest days before the NATO 50th anniversary summit in late April in Washington, British Prime Minister Tony Blair came to our headquarters in Belgium on very short notice. To be honest, it wasn't altogether clear why he was coming. But as he and I sat alone in my office, it quickly became apparent. "Are we going to win?" he asked me. "Will we win with an air campaign alone? Will you get ground troops if you...
  • Michael Moore to Wesley Clark: Run! (Why Chimpanzees are unfit for web access)

    09/17/2003 9:31:07 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 34 replies · 172+ views ^ | Friday, September 12, 2003 | Michael Moore
    Dear General Wesley Clark, I've been meaning to write to you for some time. Two days after the Oscars, when I felt very alone and somewhat frightened by the level of hatred toward me for daring to suggest that we were being led into war for "fictitious reasons," one person stuck his neck out and came to my defense on national television. And that person was you. Aaron Brown had just finished interviewing me by satellite on CNN, and I had made a crack about me being "the only non-general allowed on CNN all week." He ended the interview and...