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Profile of Retired US Army General Wesley Clark
General Wesley Clark is a retired four-star US Army general who led the NATO's Kosovo operation from 1997 to 2000 as Supreme Allied Commander. Clark is ...
Wesley Clark, 2008 Vice Presidential Candidate - Info Center Hub at ...
A guide to Wesley Clark at About.com Liberal Politics, including the most-read articles, profiles and links to books authored by the general.
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General Wesley Clark is a retired four-star US Army general who led the NATO's Kosovo operation from 1997 to 2000 as Supreme Allied Commander.
Wesley Clark: On Gay/Lesbian Issues - Lesbian Life - About.com
Where does Democratic Presidential Candidate General Wesley Clark stand on gay and lesbian issues?
Al Sharpton Jokes - Late-Night Jokes About Al Sharpton
"Today's Washington Post says that of the nine Democratic presidential candidates, Wesley Clark has the most presidential hairstyle. Not only that but the Post ...
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Wesley Clark as other military personnel who had expressed similar sentiments. Health Concerns: In February 2009, Petraeus was diagnosed with prostate ...
James L. Jones - United States National Security Advisor
Former SACEUR and Democratic presidential candidate, General Wesley Clark, USA (Ret.) said,"He [Jones] provides a nonpartisan standard for the national ...
2008 Presidential Election : 2005 Overview - US Politics on About.com
Aug 25, 2005 ... Wesley Clark, Arkansas, retired United States Army four-star general, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, and 2004 presidential ...
John Kerry's Jewish Roots - About Judaism
Then Wesley Clark announced that his father was Jewish. And now a researcher has discovered that John Kerry is really John Kohn. So what if John Kerry has ...
Howard Dean Jokes - Late-Night Jokes About Howard Dean
"General Wesley Clark commented on Gore endorsing Howard Dean. He said endorsements don't win elections. Hey, in this country, votes don't even win ...