Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Clark Won't Apologize

Wesley Clark, I believe fully, is another viper.

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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  1. so tell me Jeremiah, DOES riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down qualify anyone to be President?

  2. French Student,

    In actuality, no it doesn't, but it says an awful lot about any man who has ever endured what Mr. McCain has had to endure. It shows he's got guts.

    As an aside, Barack Obama has neither heroic status, nor enough executive experience to qualify him as a leader. Whereas, John McCain has both to his credit. Which is why Mr. Clark has no excuse whatsoever to rail against Mr. McCain, he's just looking for something, anything, to disparage and demean Mr. McCain's character and that is in my opinion is hate of the first order, especially when he won't even apologize for his attacks on the Senator.

    Mr. McCain has guts, we know that much, and unlike Obama he will stand up for what is right.

  3. So basically you blame the guy for saying something you agree with.

    Moreover, you critic a WAR HERO because he states true things about a war hero. By your own logic, you should not have the right to critic Mr. Clark.

    Plus, you tend to forget the whole of the context of the discussion:

    "I certainly honor his service as a prisoner of war," Clark said. "He was a hero to me and to hundreds of thousands and millions of others in the armed forces as a prisoner of war. He has been a voice on the Senate Armed Services Committee and he has traveled all over the world. But he hasn't held executive responsibility." Clark then continued, "But he hasn't held executive responsibility. That large squadron in Air -- in the Navy that he commanded, it wasn't a wartime squadron. He hasn't been there and ordered the bombs to fall. He hasn't seen what it's like when diplomats come in and say, 'I don't know whether we're going to be able to get this point through or not. Do you want to take the risk? What about your reputation? How do we handle it publicly?' He hasn't made those calls, Bob."

    Then came this:

    SCHIEFFER: I have to say, Barack Obama has not had any of those experiences, either, nor has he ridden in a fighter plane and gotten shot down. I mean --
    CLARK: Well, I don't think riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down is a qualification to be president.

    Note that the only phrase you take offense with here is one you just admitted was true.

    Therefore, you are an hypocrite.

    But we already knew that.

  4. French Student,

    No, not at all.

    All I'm pointing out is that Mr. Clark makes himself look incompetent whenever he uses Mr. McCain's service to our country solely as a ploy for political purposes, by ignoring his leadership in the Senate.

    Mr. Clark's hatred has blinded himself.

    He's going to an extreme to get Barack Obama elected. At the same time, where Barack Obama won't rescind Clark's comments makes him out to be a hypocrite. He doesn't car what he says and how it hurts others around him.

    I think he should apologize, don't you?

  5. No, I do not think anyone should apologise for saying the truth.

    the implication that flying a plane and getting shot down were somehow capable of making you competent to govern a country was ade by the news anchor. Mr Clark just pointed out that this implication was false. I really do not see why he should need to apologise for that. And since you agree he was right, neither should you.

  6. I originally posted this at another blog, since it was a liberal blog it didnt make the cut. I may as well toss it in here.
    Funny, John Kerry's military experiance was supposed to be a pretty good qualifier a couple years ago ....

    The issue, such as it is, is an intentional misdirection from the left.

    If we are to disregard John McCain's military experiance as a qualifier, are we also expected to disregard his experiance after 4 terms in the senate and two presidential campaigns?

    Is the next democratic surrogate going to tell us that senatorial experiance doesnt really count either? Considering Obama's lack of experinace in matters of Government as well as military, I think thats the only way the Obama! campaign can go.

    Personally, I disagree with many of McCains positions and action over the last few years. However, I know that he is an honerable man that will do the best he can for our country because of what I know about his military experiance and his actions as a POW. I also know that after 4 terms in the senate , McCain probably knows what hes doing when it comes to Washington.

    Tell me, what experince has Obama got to offer that would make me consider him over McCain
    Take your time - Ill wait.

    Incidently, you can learn about John McCains military and senatorial service at wikipedia -