Will anyone listen to Wesley Clark?
Daily Kos diary 3/4/07
I was with Wesley Clark in
Stony silence resonates throughout MSM world on General Clark's thoughts on a pending attack on
MSM never makes history; when history wants to be made it is always with upstart periodicals like William Lloyd Garrison’s "Liberation" or with S.S. McClure's "muckrakers" or even DKos. Emerson said people don't make events; events make people. The only place I've read detailed and ongoing coverage of pending invasion of
I notice today that both George Will and David Brooks doused the leading Dems; Will saying the Dems are tired of Billary and Brooks referring to it as "American Idol/Celebrity Deathmarch" which could be deadly TV by next year – both true; MSM resonates these two journalists in particular. The entire formatting could change (Cable News Network especially seems to have planned this as a marketing matrix about 10 years ago.) I think we are at a time of awakening and denial; Churchill spent years trying to get the Brits and the Americans to come to terms with the events that were overtaking them. Likewise we refuse to listen here. In this General Clark is the dark horse. If we wake up before next year we will go to him and seek him out. Perhaps quickly.