Tuesday, September 16, 2003

The New Republic Online: General Election (on General Wesley Clark)

The New Republic Online: General Election (on General Wesley Clark) "Clark seems like the creation of a Democratic strategist's fantasy: an articulate Rhodes scholar who hails from the South (Arkansas, no less). Even better, he has a too-good-to-be-true religious trifecta: He was raised Southern Baptist, converted to his wife's Catholicism, and discovered his father was Jewish. Oh, and he won a Silver Star and a Purple Heart during the Vietnam War."

Okay, I'm violating my own informal policy of sticking mostly to technology-related topics in my blog, but I think this is an exceptionally good and timely essay. Read it and think about the issues...
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