Wesley Clark is at it again

Thomas Lifson
Retired General Wesley Clark, beneficiary of funding from George Soros, attacks Senator Joe Lieberman and is once again using cute language to barely disguise ugly charges. First he muttered darkly in code ("New York money men"), alluding to the old conspiracist fantasy about Jews and money.  Now he skirts the dual-loyalty/neocon-conspiracy line of thinking, warning of "those who seek an excuse for military action." From "Joe Lieberman is at it again."

Clark wants to pander to anti-Semitic ideas, and recruit to his banner those who believe that Jews secretly run the country. But this supposed warrior lacks the guts to do so honestly and forthrightly. In addition to all the other problems I have with him, he demonstrates a sneakiness that is beneath contempt.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Retired General Wesley Clark, beneficiary of funding from George Soros, attacks Senator Joe Lieberman and is once again using cute language to barely disguise ugly charges. First he muttered darkly in code ("New York money men"), alluding to the old conspiracist fantasy about Jews and money.  Now he skirts the dual-loyalty/neocon-conspiracy line of thinking, warning of "those who seek an excuse for military action." From "Joe Lieberman is at it again."

Clark wants to pander to anti-Semitic ideas, and recruit to his banner those who believe that Jews secretly run the country. But this supposed warrior lacks the guts to do so honestly and forthrightly. In addition to all the other problems I have with him, he demonstrates a sneakiness that is beneath contempt.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky