A few random Wes Clark links

Matt Stoller at MyDD talks about how Wes Clark has been one of the few public officials with something to lose to speak out against the Administration's hysterics about Iran.

A video from Clark's 2004 run where he talks about his domestic credentials.

Another video from the 2004 run where he talks about the foundations of the current wave of terrorism.

In both those videos, he fielded unscreened questions, off the cuff, something our current President rarely does, for good reason.

And one last video:

"We're five percent of the world's population. We're taking twenty-five percent of the world's consumable resources. And that's an unsustainable condition in the long term."

Imagine a President who can think of the long term.

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