Bill Cork joins a number of folks in comparing new Democrat presidential candidate Wesley Clark to another general running against a Republican incumbent: George McClellan, who was as incompetent in his run against Lincoln as he was in fighting the South. Here's Bill's take:
- A disgruntled military commander's ego is bruised because the Republican president doesn't accept all his brilliant advice about the war the country is engaged in; he declares the war a "failure" and announces his own candidacy as a Democrat.
... I think Wesley Clark should be studying the biography of George McClellan.