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General Wesley Clark
Democrats have been working hard to bolster the party’s image as being tough when it comes to national defense — and retired General Wesley Clark is taking up the cause. On a trip to Alabama this weekend, the former NATO Supreme Commander and former presidential candidate told WBHM’s Steve Chiotakis that the GOP — and, specifically Mr. Bush — has no right to criticize opposition to the continued U.S. involvement in Iraq. General Clark added that Afghanistan is slipping away from U.S. and NATO forces, the North Korean crisis could’ve been averted and Americans, of all political persuasions, want troops to succeed and be safe.