Sunday, May 09, 2004

Wesley Clark lays it down

"Gen. Wesley K. Clark, the former supreme commander of NATO and an erstwhile Democratic presidential candidate, said on "Meet the Press" that "a failure of leadership" over Iraq "goes right to the top." He said that he would now place as better than 50-50 the possibility of "a catastrophic early end to this mission" — a premature withdrawal under heavy pressure.

"It would be very patriotic if Secretary Rumsfeld resigned," Mr. Clark said."

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