So, let me get this straight (Political Post a175b0):
John Kerry runs for President and his war record is smeared in ways both shameless and downright mendacious, but General Wesley Clark is vilified for daring to suggest that a stay at the Hanoi Hilton does not a President make? Clark's statement was reasoned and saintly compared to what they did to John Kerry. It's also meritorious on account of it being, you know, true.
Also, what kind of President would McCain make if he's enough of a fucking 72 year old man-child to cancel Larry King over this?
Let's vote for Grownups in 2008.