Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Josh Marshall has begun laying out the case for Wesley Clark. Sadly, the main thrust is seems to be that Clark is good because a) he's not as far left as Howard Dean and b) he's not John Kerry.

It would be nice to see more on what Clark is, rather than what he's not. Among the positive strengths Marshall mentions is "a thorough critique of the president" (more or less a pre-requisite for the job of Democratic candidate) and the ever-so-vague "impeccable national security credentials." (Yes, he ran NATO and carried out the orders to wreck Milosevic. That's good for a start, but...)


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