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Clark Apologizes To Obama Rather Than McCain

From “Good Morning Ameirca” this Morning:

ROBIN ROBERTS: General Clark, do you feel like you owe Senator McCain an apology?

CLARK: Well, Robin, I want to say first that Senator Obama had nothing to do with this. These are comments that I was asked about several months ago in terms of me as a retired military officer, assessing John McCain’s qualifications. And so I was on the Sunday interview show. The interviewer brought them up. He actually asked me the question. He’s the one who stated it. ‘Climbed into an airplane and got shot down.’ All I did was directly respond to the question. So I am very sorry that this has distracted from the message of patriotism that Senator Obama wants to put out.”

Meanwhile, on CNN, David Axelrod says, “Look, I think General Clark didn’t mean to demean in any way the service of Senator McCain. the way it came out on Sunday was a bit unfortunate. I’m glad he’s clarified it.”

Sounds like somebody who heard the footsteps of the Livid Left.

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