Monday, June 30, 2008

Military Credentials

Things like this always irritate me. There is no requirement for military service to be president and such criticism from fools like Clark should be turned back on themselves for application to their supported candidate. Note that Barry's credentials can't even stand near this type of criticism without looking completely pathetic.
The retired general Wesley Clark said McCain had not "held executive responsibility" and had not commanded troops in wartime.

McCain's experience in Vietnam, where he was a prisoner of war for five years, has seemed at times almost to grant him invulnerability to criticism of his security background. But on Sunday he was assailed by a fellow military man, a highly decorated one who was once the NATO supreme commander.

McCain frequently points out that he led "the largest squadron in the U.S. Navy," but Clark said on CBS television that that was not enough to support a claim to the presidency.

Clark might want to note that McCain has received the majority of the votes from his party to run for president, which is far more than Clark ever did in his lame ass run. Oh, and how much command experience does Barack "present" Obama have? NONE maybe?

I don't follow the McCain campaign counter that Barry doesn't follow his described "new" politician description. That's a true statement, but a different argument.

The usual lame Liberal arguments. Don't like that he has credentials? Well, just assure the public that they aren't really any good anyway.

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