Donnerstag, Oktober 02, 2003

Talking Points Memo hat ein Interview mit Wesley Clark, dem alten NATO General, der für die US-Präsidentschaft kandidiert:

CLARK: There's an underlying ideological drive that overrides pragmatism. The American people want government to fix the things they can't fix themselves. The American people are basically individualists. They like each other; they're very charitable and generous; they're bound together in a hundred different ways -- they're not a big-government country. They're not socialists. But they recognize there are things they can't fix, like healthcare, or education--public education.

Erstaunlich viel Einsicht, so dass ich nicht glaube dass dieser Mann das Rennen macht ...

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