Clark: McCain lacks command experience

Clark: McCain lacks command experience

There are 211 comments on the El Paso Times story from Jun 29, 2008, titled Clark: McCain lacks command experience. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Retired Gen. Wesley Clark, a former Democratic presidential candidate now supporting Barack Obama, said Sunday John McCain's military service does not automatically qualify him to be commander in chief.

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SandDollar

United States

#83 Jun 30, 2008
Just another poster wrote:
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ummmmmmm didn't Joe Wilson say that Saddam DID NOT attempt to buy yellow cake? It's been pretty well established that the yellow cake allegation that Bush made in his State of the Union Address was inaccurate and had even been removed from the speech - but someone close to Bush put it back in.
I thought that was the whole reason why Cheney and Bush arranged to out Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame - that Wilson went public with the truth that there was no yellow cake .
It's so nice to hear from an insider. I pray for Valerie and Joe every day. They really have it tough.

“Figure it out...”

Since: Mar 08

Santa Cruz, California

#84 Jun 30, 2008
SandDollar wrote:
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So are you talking to you again?
Your argument is so weak, your only response is to accuse other posters of having to create multiple IDs to validate their position?

P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C!

Do you truly believe our current predicament has nothing to do with Bush and his neo-con cronies?

Do you truly believe the world loves us after our post-911 policies?

You, my dear, are TRULY DELUSIONAL. Wow. You need to get out more.

P.S. Newsflash: The world's not flat either!

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#85 Jun 30, 2008
I would bet dollars for donuts that Clark's appearance and comments are part of a 'machine' strategy to undermine Obama's electability and reintroduce Hil. by the end of the DNC convention.
And, it is still June...
SandDollar

United States

#86 Jun 30, 2008
Just another poster wrote:
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Just bought it :)
Good grief. You bought it?? You could have picked up in the trash can somewhere. You will not impress Midtown unless you bought it in at least five languages. Unless of course, you ARE Midtown talking to yourself.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#88 Jun 30, 2008
SandDollar wrote:
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Good grief. You bought it?? You could have picked up in the trash can somewhere. You will not impress Midtown unless you bought it in at least five languages. Unless of course, you ARE Midtown talking to yourself.
ROFLMAO - you are truly delusional.

At least I READ - unlike you who seem to get your information via that tin foil hat on your head and the antenna poking out of your behind.
turddetector

Scottsdale, AZ

#89 Jun 30, 2008
Wesley Clark is a stinking turd. Flush him into the the sewer with Gore and the other dem scum..
3-7 DAD

Hudson, WI

#90 Jun 30, 2008
SC Midtown wrote:
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Keep believing all of what you say. As someone who's multilingual and travels all around the world I can tell you with authority JUST HOW WRONG YOU ARE. You don't read foreign newspapers much either do you? Your post defines the typical IGNORANT American in denial. I'm not saying that to be mean spirited either. Go to any of those countries and engage people in a political discussion. They'll tell you how they REALLY feel.
there is ur problem.. u read the paper...dan rather is ur source of info..i talk to the people...

“Figure it out...”

Since: Mar 08

Santa Cruz, California

#91 Jun 30, 2008
Some people just won't give up on what they believe because it's what they WANT to believe. If you read, travel, speak to other cultures, etc. you'd have all that challenged in an instant.
clone bensen

Bryan, OH

#92 Jun 30, 2008
clark makes me laugh,he knows, mcain never was a general,but votes for obama,who never even served in any arm forces,go figure

“Figure it out...”

Since: Mar 08

Santa Cruz, California

#93 Jun 30, 2008
3-7 DAD wrote:
<quoted text>there is ur problem.. u read the paper...dan rather is ur source of info..i talk to the people...
Sorry buddy, Dan Rather? I thought he retired already.

Hate to burst your bubble, but I don't get my information from TV at ALL.

You should try reading international press once in a while, might do you some good and even help you to write a coherent sentence even!
3-7 DAD

Hudson, WI

#95 Jun 30, 2008
SC Midtown wrote:
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Sorry buddy, Dan Rather? I thought he retired already.
Hate to burst your bubble, but I don't get my information from TV at ALL.
You should try reading international press once in a while, might do you some good and even help you to write a coherent sentence even!
sorry buddy,, but i didn't say tv.. i said the paper... like in the nyslimes and wash.lost..i ment that dan rather theory on journalism is alive and well all over the world.. and santa cruz is a neat town.. anyway it was 40yrs ago...
typical

Tucson, AZ

#96 Jun 30, 2008
Obama talks the talk but can he walk the walk, or will he turn cheek and run like Clinton did when he was offered Bin Laden on more than one occasion, if Bush lied like everyone says he did so did Clinton, Albright and the rest the democrats who also said Saddam had WMD's,
SandDollar

United States

#97 Jun 30, 2008
Just another poster wrote:
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ROFLMAO - you are truly delusional.
At least I READ - unlike you who seem to get your information via that tin foil hat on your head and the antenna poking out of your behind.
Not so...but you don't care about truth. It's okay.

“Figure it out...”

Since: Mar 08

Santa Cruz, California

#99 Jun 30, 2008
typical wrote:
Obama talks the talk but can he walk the walk, or will he turn cheek and run like Clinton did when he was offered Bin Laden on more than one occasion, if Bush lied like everyone says he did so did Clinton, Albright and the rest the democrats who also said Saddam had WMD's,
The Clintons may have lied too, but did they INVADE the country?

Did they use it as a pretext as part of a larger "pre-emptive" doctrine?

I think you know the answer to that, and hence, you know the answer to who's really brought us into the current mess. You can fool yourself but you can't fool the majority who now know the truth. Why do you think any GOP candidate tries to distance themself from Bush nowadays? Because he was right?! Please.
SandDollar

United States

#100 Jun 30, 2008
SC Midtown wrote:
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Your argument is so weak, your only response is to accuse other posters of having to create multiple IDs to validate their position?
P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C!
Do you truly believe our current predicament has nothing to do with Bush and his neo-con cronies?
Do you truly believe the world loves us after our post-911 policies?
You, my dear, are TRULY DELUSIONAL. Wow. You need to get out more.
P.S. Newsflash: The world's not flat either!
Can I quote you on the newsflash thing? It's tempting but I'd be laughed at. Midtown, Midtown. I don't argue. You argue. You MUST argue. It's so yous. I just laugh. I love life. I love my country. Everyone I know feels the same way I do. Yeah, we've made some adjustments but nothing like the Carter years. You sure use "delusional" a lot...and I even rate being yelled at. And then of course the old P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C. The tired old neo-cons. It's like an anthem with you. Lighten up. We have five house guests here from France this summer. Older students. They love Americans. They love America. We're taking them to meet some soldiers from Fort Bliss for dinner next weekend. They want to talk English and say thanks. We had two house guests from Italy last summer. It was great. They were happy to be here. You should get out more and stop sticking your head in those nasty, dreary, international hate newspapers. How many languages does the National Enquirer publish in nowadays, anyway?:) I can only take so much, SC.'til we meet again.
typical

Tucson, AZ

#101 Jun 30, 2008
SC Midtown wrote:
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The Clintons may have lied too, but did they INVADE the country?
Did they use it as a pretext as part of a larger "pre-emptive" doctrine?
I think you know the answer to that, and hence, you know the answer to who's really brought us into the current mess. You can fool yourself but you can't fool the majority who now know the truth. Why do you think any GOP candidate tries to distance themself from Bush nowadays? Because he was right?! Please.
the troops did find WMD's and if you think Saddam can't hide WMD's when he hide airplanes and helicopters in the sand you are full of it, did Saddam break the UN sanctions how many times? Clinton was to big chicken shit, he was busy with Monica come on now you know that, oh wait he did bomb an aspirin factory, and he did send troops into Bosnia which should have came home along time ago but nope, still there too
3-7 DAD

Hudson, WI

#102 Jun 30, 2008
SC Midtown wrote:
<quoted text>
The Clintons may have lied too, but did they INVADE the country?
Did they use it as a pretext as part of a larger "pre-emptive" doctrine?
I think you know the answer to that, and hence, you know the answer to who's really brought us into the current mess. You can fool yourself but you can't fool the majority who now know the truth. Why do you think any GOP candidate tries to distance themself from Bush nowadays? Because he was right?! Please.
cllinton invaded iraq every day of his 8yrs on the golf course..as the attack on the cole was not answered and the invasion or the U.S. was planned and executed by the declared enemy of america..
http://www.snopes.com/politics/war/wmdquotes....
Gabriella Ochoa

El Paso, TX

#103 Jun 30, 2008
Just another poster wrote:
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Don't be silly. Of course I do. How do you know I'm not Catholic or Hispanic myself?
My point, which you seem to have totally missed - is that if the name "Hussein" makes Barrack Obama a Muslim, then a name like Jesus must make the bearer of the name the Son of God. If it doesn't, then "Hussein" is just a name - no religious significance.
you don't see any Jewish or Christian children named Hussein, Osama,
3-7 DAD

Hudson, WI

#106 Jun 30, 2008
Gabriella Ochoa wrote:
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you don't see any Jewish or Christian children named Hussein, Osama,
muslims and the religion of islam is not the problem... a dummyrat named odumba is the problem...just like catholics that vote for abortion is a problem (durbin,kennedy)

Since: Jun 07

Waukegan, IL

#107 Jun 30, 2008
we ARE in a war. it is not a colonial war. perhaps it is an engagement in a civil war in iraq and a culture war in afganistan. courage is all well and good, and politics are all well and good. but to tell the truth, neither of these guys can handle both iraq and afganistan in the way they pose the violence that is occuring. let's be honest and decide which is more important to us. obama's potential in afganistan, or mccain's potential in iraq. i will keep my choice secret for now, and clark really is helping where it counts.in loss of life.

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