Wesley Clark has said that under his administration there would not be another terrorist attack, or at least not another 9/11-like attack. I find this amazing. "Wesley Clark said yesterday the two greatest lies of the last three years are that the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks couldn’t have been prevented and that another attack is inevitable.
He said a Clark administration would protect America in the future.
’If I’m president of the United States, I’m going to take care of the American people,’ Clark said in a meeting with the Monitor editorial board. ’We are not going to have one of these incidents.’"
If the General would elaborate and show a deeper understanding that, as John Ellis argues, this is election will reflect the motto, "Its the war on terror, stupid," than that would be fine and we could have a real election. But the above comments by Clark just reflect a loose mouth not attached to anything real.
Rich Lowry is up in New Hamshire following Clark around. He also thinks that Clark is being well received and is picking up steam. Jay Nordlinger also notes some of Clark’s outrageous statements that are not given (yet) much notice.