I wonder what would possess a man, a Veteran, to criticize a comrade Veteran, of course, I suppose you could say that Sen. McCain is Mr. Clark's good friend, but I don't think we can say Mr. Clark feels the same toward Sen. McCain who has endured much for our sake.
Here is one of Mr. Clark's comments regarding Sen. McCain service and qualifications for President...
"I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president,"
When asked if he would rescind, or apologize for the comments, here's what he had to say...
"I'm very sorry that this has distracted from the message of patriotism that Sen. Obama wants to put out."
In my opinion, his answer pretty much sums up the teetotality of the morale of the Democratic party - It's all about Hate, they do not wish to be united as a country.
As an aside, I think a good ol' hefty dose of ex-lax would do Mr. Clark some good.
And as for Obama? Well, let's just say...he is making himself and his party the laughing stock of the day. In all honesty, people, listen, Obama really cares less about what others who follow him are trying to do to those around him, because all he's interested in is his chance to implement his socialist agenda, and then tell us the glib notion of how "good-hearted" he is.
Don't be fooled!
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