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Draft Wesley Clark for Vice President!

160 Signatures Goal: 250

Today, more than ever, we need General Wesley K. Clark in the White House. Obviously, Clark is not going to be President this time around -- unfortunately. However, he can be Vice President, which is not too shabby either. So, let\'s make a strong push for the Democratic nominee to select Wes Clark as their running mate in 2008 . Whoever that nominee turns out to be, General Clark will provide tremendous national security and foreign policy credentials to complement the ticket. Clark\'s reputation is stellar, his vision for America highly progressive - in the best "Teddy Roosevelt progressive" sense -- and his public speaking skills extraordinary. Don\'t believe me, watch this (http://youtube.com/watchv=JpMV2G3TajA&search=wesley%20clark). Wow. In short, this petition urges the leading Democratic contenders to publicly announce that Wes Clark is on their short-short-short list for running mate. Then, whichever one of them wins the nomination should follow through by picking Clark to be the next vice president of the United States. Thanks.

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Lowell Feld runs the Raising Kaine blog, co-founded the Draft James Webb movement, and served as the Webb for Senate campaign\'s netroots coordinator. Feld was also a leader in the Draft Wesley Clark movement.

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