Gen. Wesley Clark may be the most dangerous person in the presidential race.

More dangerous than Howard Dean? More dangerous than Al Sharpton? More dangerous than Dennis Kucinich?

Yes, more dangerous than any of these men – because he could win the Democratic nomination and the presidential election in 2004.

Mark my words: You are going to see a huge shift of support for Clark in the polls. He will become an instant front-runner in the next few days. It’s as if the other nine clowns in the race have simply been setting the stage for the anointed one. I wouldn’t be surprised.

Clark isn’t just dangerous because he can win and replace President Bush. Frankly, I didn’t vote for Bush and he has been, overall, an even worse president than I had feared he would be.

But make no mistake: Clark would be much, much worse.

How much worse? Remember Bill Clinton?

Clark has attributes Clinton never had. He is better looking. He has a strong military record that would fool most people into thinking he’s a genuine hero and patriot.

And, like Clinton, he will say and do anything he needs to say or do to be elected. Clark is raw ambition personified.

Clark is a pro-abortion, pro-homosexual tax increaser. If you need any more reasons to oppose him actively, consider these:

  • He nearly started World War III when serving as NATO commander in the unconstitutional, immoral war on Serbia. When the Russians took control of Pristina airport before NATO troops, Clark, at the behest of NATO Secretary-General Javier Solana, ordered 500 British and French paratroopers to take it away from them. Thankfully, his order was disregarded by British Gen. Sir Mike Jackson, who told Clark: “I’m not going to start the Third World War for you.”

  • It was Clark, once again, at the center of the Waco massacre. He was in charge at Fort Hood and was only too happy to cooperate with Attorney General Janet Reno in providing the armor and personnel needed for the military-style assault on the Branch Davidian church.

  • Clark attended Oxford as a Rhodes scholar with Bill Clinton. But the relationship hardly ended there. It was under Clinton’s watch that Clark became a rising star in the military. And once his military career was over, he found a home working for the Stephens Group in Arkansas – the same business incubator that fostered the Clintons’ rise to power.

  • Clark’s nickname among those who served under him should give you an idea of the extent of his megalomania. He was referred to as “the Supreme Being.” Col. David Hackworth called him the “Ultimate Perfumed Prince” and added “he’s far more comfortable in a drawing room discussing political theories than hunkering down in the trenches where bullets fly and soldiers die.”

If this isn’t enough for you, there’s plenty more. But, consider the distinct possibility that he is, in addition to being a serious candidate in his own right, potentially a stalking horse for the other Clinton – Hillary.

Can you not imagine Clark-Clinton or Clinton-Clark as the ultimate dream ticket for the Democrats in 2004?

It could happen. We could find our nation back where it was between 1992 and 2000. I have a feeling, because of his utter ruthlessness and predisposition to kill innocent civilians in Serbia and Kosovo, that Clark is potentially even more dangerous than Clinton.

As one of Clinton’s enemies, victims and targets, that’s a disturbing thought.

What can we do about this threat?

Clark has the ability to fool people. He’s said to be charming. He’s said to have charisma. He is undoubtedly the pick of the globalists like George Soros, currently raising $75 million to pick the next president. It’s time to sound the alarm – to alert your friends, your neighbors and your co-workers to the real Wesley Clark.

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