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Reply to "Clark Enters Race"

The two primary things I've heard negatively about Clark are that he waffled about the war and has said complimentary things about Republicans (Reagan and Bush) in the past. My response is, respectfully, "so what?"

Politics is the sport of landing on the optimal position. Frankly, I couldn't care less what Clark said or did about any of the issues in the past. What counts is what he's running on now. That's what we can hold him accountable to. What he said as a TV "talking head" before or in some interviews is IMHO irrelevant. Analyze what he's running on now. In that regard, it all sounds pretty good to me.

Can someone explain why being affiliated in some way with the Clintons is a bad thing? He was only one the best Presidents that we've had in a long time, defined by economic, 'bread and butter', and employment terms.

BTW - the article that was posted that was so negative about Clark has an obvious agenda to it. One must take that into consideration when evaluating how useful it is.

There is no passion to be found playing small, in settling for a life
that is less than the one you are capable of living. - Mandela
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