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Arkansas - home of the weasel? Hahahaha!! LOL!(10 posts)

Arkansas - home of the weasel? Hahahaha!! LOL!Live Steam
Sep 26, 2003 6:49 AM
This is all too familiar from a candidate from Arkansas. Is the weasel the state mammal of Arkansas? I guess this guy will say anything to get elected or be associated with the winning side. I am glad Bush saw through this weasel's charade and didn't give him an appointment.

I know you will say "they all do it". Well no they don't! You can say what you want about Bush, but one thing, he is consistent and doesn't govern by testing which way the wind is blowing!

http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/6530.htm
Newly minted Democrat Wesley Clark blasted the Clinton administration as clueless and praised the "great team" headed by President Bush in a 2001 speech in Arkansas that Republicans circulated on transcript and video last night.

http://www.nypost.com/postopinion/opedcolumnists/6311.htm
Newsweek revealed that Clark last January told two prominent governors that he was stunned when the Bush White House failed to recruit him for its national-security team after 9/11. "I would have been a Republican if [Bush adviser] Karl Rove had returned my phone calls."

White House phone logs reportedly show no phone calls to Rove from Clark, another credibility problem. Worse, the remark shows Clark to be little more than a political opportunist with no fixed ideology or principles, running not out of any sense of public service but for personal payback. (And you wonder why Bill and Hillary are such strong supporters?)

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=106&ncid=742&e=3&u=/nypost/20030925/cm_nypost/partyingeneralconfusionaswobblywesweighsin
Democratic Internet-land was frantic yesterday with e-mails zooming out a killer quote from Clark's ex-boss, respected former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Hugh Shelton, who sure isn't as crazy about him as Bill Clinton.

Asked about Clark at a college forum this month, Shelton - who bounced Clark as NATO supreme commander in Europe - said: "The reason [Clark] came out of Europe early had to do with integrity and character issues, things that are very near and dear to my heart. I'm not going to say whether I'm a Republican or a Democrat. I'll just say Wes won't get my vote."
Clark flip-flops on Iraq war voteLive Steam
Sep 26, 2003 7:32 AM
http://www.msnbc.com/news/969466.asp?0sl=-23

Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark reversed an earlier opinion that he likely would have voted for war in Iraq, telling a cheering college-town crowd the invasion was "a major blunder" he never would have supported.

"At the time, I probably would have voted for it, but I think that's too simple a question," The New York Times quoted Clark as saying Thursday.

He then added, the Times said, "I don't know if I would have or not. I've said it both ways, because when you get into this, what happens is you have to put yourself in a position. On balance, I probably would have voted for it."

Man this guy would make one heck of a decisive Commander in Cheif! I wonder what else he has such strong convitions for or against! LOL!!!!!!!!!
This just in, Steam: Clinton's not in office anymoreSilverback
Sep 26, 2003 7:57 AM
And hard as it is to believe, some of the things that have happened in the last couple of years are NOT HIS FAULT. Sorry if this crimps your belief system, but I thought you should know.
Integrity and ConsistencyJon Billheimer
Sep 26, 2003 8:04 AM
With respect to these issues people who live in glass houses should definitely not throw stones. Bush has flipflopped on nearly every major pronouncement during his election campaign: "compassionate conservatism", nation building, international concensus with allies, etc. Now if the Republican dirtmongers are going to wring their hands over Clark's "lack of integrity", they should reflect on the National Guard deserter who's now occupying the White House.
This just in, Steam: Clinton's not in office <b>yet</b>mickey-mac
Sep 26, 2003 8:08 AM
I just want to see Steam really go off the deep end. ;-)
Hugh's a real geniusSpoiler
Sep 26, 2003 8:14 AM
"I'll just say Wes won't get my vote."

I hear that John Ashcroft might not vote for Wes either.
If you think General Shelton is a RepublicanSpecialTater
Sep 26, 2003 11:38 AM
you'd be wrong again.
The Right must feel threatened.....bboc
Sep 26, 2003 8:46 AM
Because they are attacking Clark with the ferocity that they attacked Clinton.

Awww...The Bullies are scared.
"Real" people change their minds.....MR_GRUMPY
Sep 26, 2003 8:49 AM
"Good" Politicians don't.
TOP TEN WESLEY CLARK CAMPAIGN SLOGANSLive Steam
Sep 26, 2003 11:58 AM
10. I'm a general and a Democrat... isn't that wacky!

9. My day-to-day views on the war on Iraq are like a box of chocolates - you'll never know what you're going to get

8. You don't know me, but I don't know you, so we're even.

7. Pay no attention to the Clintons behind the curtain.

6. I admit it; Arnold Schwarzenegger bribed me to run to make him look decisive on issues.

5. I helped fight in Kosovo. Yeah, Kosovo. Oh, come on! You remember that conflict. It wasn't that long ago.

4. Support me because I would have voted "Nes" on Iraq.

3. I nearly started World War III. What other candidate has that much pull?

2. My stance on that very important issue is... Hey! Look! I can do a handstand!

And the number one Wesley Clark campaign slogan... Because I'm not one of those nine other guys.