January 25, 2004
DONALD SENSING weighs in on the Wesley Clark / Michael Moore claims that Bush was a "deserter" and has some very harsh words:
Three observations here. First, Jennings was quite correct to point out that the accusation of George W. Bush's presumed absences is "a reckless charge not supported by the facts."
Second, Clark, a retired four-star general, admits he is entirely unconcerned that an ideologue celebrity has made this most serious, unfounded charge against the commander in chief. . . .
Third, practically no civilian actually knows what desertion really is.
He's pretty hard on Mark Kleiman, too.
UPDATE: Bad link before. Fixed now. Sorry.