Friday, October 10, 2003

Democratic Candidates Find it Easier to Attack Clark than to Attack Bush

The Democratic candidates really need to get their heads screwed on straight. Wesley Clark is not the problem. George W. Bush is the problem. And will someone, anyone, tell Dennis Kucinich to get lost? The man is a waste of space.

"The American people have lost confidence in George Bush because he hasn't leveled with them," Lieberman said. "We need a candidate who will meet the test of reaching a conclusion and having the courage to stick with it."

Clark bristled at that comment, saying, "It's really embarrassing that a group of candidates up here are working on changing the leadership in this country and can't get their own story straight."

He conceded that he had praised Bush and Blair "for sticking with the offensive in Iraq once it had begun."

"But I also noted in every op-ed [article] and every comment I ever made that there was not enough forces there, there was not a plan for dealing with it afterwards. And I've said all along, it was not an imminent threat."

No kidding.


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