Weaseley Clark, er Wesley Clark, is moving on from Obama campaign…for a while.

Disgraced and fired former General Wesley Clark has “decided” to step away from the Obama campaign for a little while in the hope that the public forgets about his asinine comments about John McCain’s military record. Well, that’s not the official line since Clark isn’t an honest person, but that’s the official spin being given.

Seems Clark, who ran a campaign in ’04 that made the Kucinich campaign look well organized and viable, wants to go back to making money, something liberals decry but do regularly.

The real reason is that the man is a disgrace and inadvertently unleashed other anti-military left-wing fascists to vent their true feelings about the armed forces, something the Obama campaign couldn’t allow.

But Wesley will be back if for no other reason than the Democrats lack anyone with military credibility so Clark is as close as they come.


5 Responses to “Weaseley Clark, er Wesley Clark, is moving on from Obama campaign…for a while.”

  1. July 7, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    Military credibilty? You can’t be serious? There is not one single person in Congress that served in the military whose service qualifies them to be Commander in Chief, Democrat or Republican. Think about all of this nonsense, Max Cleland, who left some limbs in Vietnam, smeared by the GOP, John Kerry..Swiftboated, George W. Bush, hit relentlessly by my ilk because the son of bitch ran to Alabama when it was his turn, and now John McCain, who was shot down and captured. Whoops. The number of members in both Houses who served, have my gratitude, but not my blessing on their skills to take the White House. Wes Clark’s comments were uncalled for, but spot on.

  2. 2 Eddy Kennedy
    July 7, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    Didn’t Max Cleland blow himself up? I don’t recall his story involving being under attack but under the influence.

    You’re an idiot. George Washington wouldn’t be qualified by your logic.

  3. July 7, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    I am an idiot? Hmmm. I am pointing this ignorant republican rhetoric that somehow “war hero” is a qualifier. By your logic anyone that has donned the military uniform is qualified for Commander in Chief. If that is the case, then John Kerry ought to be finishing out his first term.

  4. July 7, 2008 at 10:52 pm

    May I suggest that people disagreeing with me on what “qualifies” someone to President, I suggest listening to “A letter from Norway” on You Tube. http://youtube.com/watch?v=t6LSuJjTW3A

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