What I loved about Wesley Clark’s entry into the Presidential race was his statement that he “probably” would have voted for the war resolution. “Probably?” What, Wes, you need more time to think about it? Sure, no problem.
I’m neither a four-star general nor a Presidential candidate, but I know how I would have voted on the war. Don’t you? Is there any way to interpret Clark’s hedge other than, “I want to position myself thirty degrees to the right of Howard Dean, but not unambiguously more conservative than John Kerry”?
Just what the Dems needed. Another weasel.
BIG TRUNK adds: Our friends at No Left Turns have directed us to this instructive essay by Clark and to this concise fisking by Andrew Sullivan. Clark is a weasel who’s dangerously misguided.
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