More on Gen. Clark

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on September 22, 2003

A Newsweek story this week reveals that Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark bases his party affiliation not on basic philosophical standards or where the parties stand on the issues of the day, but on who returns his phone calls.

“I would have been a Republican,” Clark told them, “if Karl Rove had returned my phone calls.”

Of course, it turns out even this isn't true. The Weekly Standard called the White House and asked if Gen. Clark had called Karl Rove. The White House, which keeps a log of all calls received, has no record of Clark calling Rove.

Of course, this is the same guy who several months ago was making claims that the White House urged him to link the Sept. 11 attacks to Saddam Hussein. When pressed, Clark said it wasn't the White House, it was people around the White House (whatever that means), when pressed further he said the phone call came from a foreign policy think-tank in Canada which apparently doesn't even exist.

It's a pity the Democrats can't come up with better candidates.

Tags

Why, one must ask, was the suit against Biden's student debt wipe “inevitable”?

Was it because the Biden admin is in flagrant violation of the law, and because *everyone* in America knows it?

Not in Waldman’s view, apparently. | @charlescwcooke

https://trib.al/ZrBczyI

Load More

Calendar

September 2003
M T W T F S S
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930  

Archives

Categories

pencil linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram