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Report: Dean Asks Wesley Clark to Join Campaign

Thu September 11, 2003 01:47 AM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean has asked former NATO commander Wesley Clark to join his campaign if Clark does not run himself and the two have discussed the vice presidency, The Washington Post reported on Thursday.

This is good news. I'd love to see this duo in the Whitehouse.

I saw Wesley Clark at Brainstorm and at FiRE and was really impressed by him. I wonder if he's going to accept the offer...

Thanks for the link Jerry

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I've seen Clark too .. he strikes me as smarter and better qualified than Dean (not to mention a much better speaker).

I would prefer a Clark-Dean ticket to Dean-Clark

I saw him appear as a guest on Real Time with Bill Maher and for the 5-10 minutes he talked with Bill, I was very impressed. Of course 10 minutes isn't enough to get to know someone so I wish he would 1) decide if he's going to enter the race and 2) state his position on all kinds of matters.

He's a bright person who has been through nasty conflicts and says what's missing in this current conflict is what to do after the war. A war is a means to a political end and the current US administration is lacking clue.

According to Josh Marshall the Clark-as-VP story was a fabrication of the Dean campaign: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/sept0302.html#091103357pm

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