Doesn't sound like such a bad guy... at least when compared to Bush. An anti-war military commander, go figure!
"Clark, who built a reputation as a brilliant but difficult commander, has never before sought elective office. He is an outspoken critic of the war
in Iraq, calling it unnecessary and saying the Bush administration led the country into war under false pretenses.
And Clark -- a former military analyst for CNN -- blamed Bush's handling of the economy for what he called the first net loss of jobs under any
president since Herbert Hoover.
He said his campaign would ask "hard questions" about Bush's policies -- "and in a time of war, we're going to ask those questions and propose
those alternatives in the highest sense of patriotism."
He has assembled a team of campaign operatives that includes veterans of the campaigns of former President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore, and
said he would outline more specific positions in speeches "in the coming weeks."
On domestic issues, he has said he wants to see every American covered by health insurance, but said he would not support a Canadian-style
single-payer program. He said he favors abortion rights and opposes gay and lesbian marriages, but would support civil unions for homosexuals. "