A Career Of Bungling........
carl william spitzer iv
cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM
Wed Mar 24 15:34:17 MST 2004
Liberals choose people like themselves for positions of leadership.
This clarke sounds a lot like McClellan whose leadership in the civil war
was also doubtful.
Clarke a liberal appointee is protected from most criticism unless it
makes the Clinstones look bad.
On Tue, 23 Mar 2004 15:06:34 -0600 John Quayle
<blueoval at mail.1smartisp.net> writes:
>[From the webmaster of www.reagan.com:]
> 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.
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