Wes Clark will not be the Vice Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party. Too bad, I like him a lot, and he has the kind of foreign policy and military affairs gravitas that would have lent some heft to the ticket. But he's become just the latest on an ever expanding list to be thrown under the bus by the presumptive Democratic nominee. And why was General Clark run over? For telling the simple truth that, while being a prisoner of war does entitle John McCain to our respect for his service, it does not entitle him to claim that the experience somehow makes him qualified to be the Commander-in-Chief. Nuthin' wrong with that.
I won't sit at home this November, but I may end up just voting down ticket. This is getting ridiculous.