Clark vs. Clark

It gives me great pleasure to present Andrew Sullivan subjecting the deep thought of General Wesley Clark to the kind of analysis it so richly deserves: “At war with himself.” Sullivan examines the purported distinctions drawn by Clark between the Kosovo war that is his claim to fame and the Iraq war that is the stick with which he beats President Bush:
“His logic about the differences between Iraq and Kosovo is illogic; his own position on both wars has been contradictory and confused; his fundamental argument is based on an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory that even he admits he cannot prove. And this man wants to be president of the United States?” Don’t miss this one.


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