Shorter Wesley Clark: “Wait Until The Benghazi Investigation’s Done, But Let Me Seem To Exonerate BHO Anyway”
Posted on | November 4, 2012 | 16 Comments
Under the bus with you, General Clark:
What a disgusting pile of hooey. The President has already labeled himself thoroughly guilty by lying about Nakoula. Remember Nakoula, the lousy auteur who is still in the cooler, General Clark?
Piously claiming we can’t offer judgement until after the investigation, and then offering judgement anyway, is pure crap. What’s in it for you, Wesley, SECDEF? In the case of a Clinton-level dirtbag, there is some merit to the argument that you can’t affect change externally, that you have to compromise a bit and work with a dirtbag to make a difference.
Here, we’re talking about BHO, where there is a strong likelihood that he let warriors die for sheer spite. I suppose you can argue that Woods and Doherty weren’t regular troops on a DoD mission. But reasonable Americans are going to argue that your a throne-sniffing tool if you try to split hairs that way.
Clark, your assessment of the investigation, when done, will be highly interesting. I hope you are fed you weasel-words here, along with a healthy dose of crow for attempting to defend someone who is utterly indefensible.