Monday, July 07, 2003

What does a real soldier think about Dubya?

Wes Clark on Bush:

Newsweek: What do you think of President Bush’s using war imagery as a political tool, like when he recently flew onto an aircraft carrier?

Clark: The world expects something more of an American president than to prance around on a flight deck dressed up like [a] pilot. He’s expected to be a leader. That’s my fundamental issue with it. It doesn’t reflect the gravitas of the office. Furthermore, it’s a little phony.

Sounds like Clark might be feeling the itch. Hope he scratches it.

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