Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Andrew Sullivan's piece in The New Republic is a fantastic analysis of Gen. Wesley Clark's latest contortions of logic and truth, including damning accusations of a secret Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld plan to topple and subsequently rule several Middle Eastern countries. As Andy put it:

What we know about Wesley Clark from this brief extract is therefore quite damning: 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?


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