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  • The road ahead

    Just a message from former Democratic nominee candidate Ret. Gen. Wesely Clark. There's a few lines in his letter that I thought would be of interest for people.



    A Message from Wes Clark
    February 18, 2004





    Dear--------,

    I can't thank you enough for all the support you've shown my family and me over the past 5 months, and especially in the last week since my decision to leave the presidential race. Your emails, letters, and phone calls have meant a lot to Gert and me.

    Right now, we're looking forward to a little time off. Today, Gert and I are flying to Los Angeles to spend the next week with Wes, Astrid, and my new grandson. During the next few weeks, I'll be reflecting a lot on all that we've done together and putting together some ideas about where we will go from here.

    For many of us, this was our first time to really get involved in politics. I think we all learned a lot, and I hope you feel as I do: even more inspired to do whatever it takes to build a better America.

    My pledge to you is to remain involved in the political process. And I ask you to do the same, because there is just too much at stake this election.

    We cannot allow George W. Bush and the Republicans to play politics with national security.

    We must reclaim the values of faith, family, patriotism, and inclusive leadership for America.

    We must do everything in our power to send George W. Bush back to Texas and return the White House to its rightful owner -- the American people.


    In short, I ask you to stick with me and support the Democratic nominee. There is a long road ahead and a lot of work to do. I'll be back in touch soon with ideas about how we can continue to work together and spread our message across America. If you have any thoughts you'd like to share, please email me at [email protected].

    I look forward to continuing to work with you to build a better America.

    Best regards,



    Wes Clark
    \"No, I think Space is a dimension of Time. My theory is that Time is a field and that Space exists as an aspect of Time.\" Michael Moorcock

    \"All I know about anything is \"I wasn\'t. I am. I will not be.\" Michael Moorcock

  • #2
    I liked Wes. Oh well. Whatever gets Bush out of the White House (and before any chime in with "VW, you can't mean 'whatever', there are worse alternatives to Bush, blah, blah...", I understand this.) Just arguing before the arguement is presented. :lol:

    We all definitely need to get invovled. I just go out and vote, but I need to do more I think. Everytine I see a Republican on TV, ranting and raving, cutting off people with legitimate arguments against Bush and trying to BULLSHIT us about the state of our nation since he took office, I want to kick my TV in! :x :x

    (and I also know that not all Republicans are like this)
    When they had advanced together to meet on common
    ground, then there was the clash of shields, of spears
    and the fury of men cased in bronze; bossed shields met
    each other and the din rose loud. Then there were
    mingled the groaning and the crowing of men killed and
    killing, and the ground ran with blood.

    Homer, The Illiad

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    • #3
      No, I imagine some of them probably feel, like Britain's Tories until recently, embarassed by their party and leader.

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