A Career Of Bungling........

John Quayle blueoval at MAIL.1SMARTISP.NET
Tue Mar 23 14:06:34 MST 2004


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 Read about Clarke's sad career ( http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/143). A legacy of laughable failures and finally, a very public demotion.

His "book" is clearly his attempt to get revenge.

Just follow the money.  Clarke is trying to get rich by telling lies about President Bush and his administration.  Clarke knows that President Bush cannot use sensitive material to prove Clarke wrong, so Clarke thinks he is free to roam the countryside telling lies about the U.S. government.

No one in the liberal media has yet put this question to Mr. Clarke: if he knew that Osama Bin Laden was a major, imminent threat to the United States, why didn't he convince the Clinton administration to do anything about him?  Why wasn't it a major campaign issue in 2000?  Why didn't he go public in 2001 if he thought America was in imminent danger?  There are always many members of Congress willing to attack a President over foreign policy.

Instead we get unsupported accusations about what President Bush thought and Clarke's whining about being "intimidated" by President Bush after 9-11.  (Gee, how horrible to have a determined President in th face of war!)

Clarke hasn't offered any proof for his allegations.  As a career bureaucrat he surely had plenty of opportunity to stockpile evidence against Osama Bin Laden.  Where are his facts of mass implication?  They, like Clarke, are simply a lot of hot air.

What a sad, pathetic little man.

Brett Kottman



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