Mark Steyn, writing in The Spectator, is sufficiently certain that the Clark campaign won’t be successful to vow that if Clark becomes president in January 2005, “I’ll quit writing about American politics for the entire Clark term, or both of them.” I’m quite confident that this double disaster will not come to pass. However, one of Steyn’s grounds for optimism — that Clark sounds like “a paranoid narcissist” — seems questionable. As one of my friends points out, Bill Clinton is a paranoid narcissist sociopath, and he was elected President twice.
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