Thursday, May 10, 2007

Military Not Enough

Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wes Clark told students at Union College yesterday that winning the war in Iraq will be based on ideas, alliances, and respect, not sheer military might. Read about it here.

Clark has not ruled out a bid for the White House in 2008 and continues to speak out against the failed strategy and lack of diplomacy from the current administration. Clark, a centrist Democrat, was, and still is, popular in Oklahoma where he won the 2004 primary election.

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