Clark joins the ranks of the defeated

Clark to end presidential bid

The one-time NATO supreme commander will travel to Arkansas to make the announcement in his home state, they told CNN.

Earlier Tuesday, Clark made his usual stump speech to supporters in Tennessee, but spoke of America’s future — not his own.

This should come of no surprise to most people who have a vague understanding of politics. Gen. Clark had a hard time picking up momentum after his drafting. While at one time competing with Dean for the top pick, he had consistently fell down in polls and most importantly, in the minds of voters.

Couple this with a few bizzare statements and you have the anatomy of the losers in this Presidential Nomination bid.

Posted by at February 11, 2004 12:05 AM