Politcal Babble. Please ignore. Just more ranting from a madman. 🙂
From Michael Moore.com on September 23, 2003:
My wife and I were invited over to a neighbor’s home 12 days ago where Clark told those gathered that certain people, acting on behalf of the Bush administration, called him immediately after the attacks on September 11th and asked him to go on TV to tell the country that Saddam Hussein was “involved” in the attacks. He asked them for proof, but they couldn’t provide any. He refused their request.
Wesley Clark’s letter to the New York Times on August 13, 2003:
I would like to correct any possible misunderstanding of my remarks…. I received a call from a Middle East think tank outside the country, asking me to link 9/11 to Saddam Hussein. No one from the White House asked me to link Saddam Hussein to Sept. 11.
Either Michael Moore is a liar (very likely) or Clark continues to tell Moore’s version & is a liar (possible).
My personal analysis of the presidential debates & campaign so far: “I hate Bush – vote for me! No, I hate Bush – vote for me! No, I hate Bush the most – vote for me!” The amazing thing is that — to some people — this exists as a legitimate platform issue.
And while I’m at it, Howard Dean was in Boston this week and drew comparisons of his campaign to the Boston Tea Party.
Seems that Dr. Dean blames the Republicans for the California recall election. Hmm…. So, Dean wants us to vote for him because he is against elections and supports higher taxes. This is clearly a man that belongs in a different era — Potential campaign slogan: “Taxation without representation? Heck, ya!”