I saw Michael Moore on C-Span last night being interviewed about his new book. He gave some very interesting and honest answers to the interviewer Brian Lamb. It prompted me to ask my wife if she thought it was possible for a politician to give multi-layered, thought provoking answers like those Moore gave. She doubted it was and even commented that giving answers that were less than black-and-white was one of the problems Wesley Clark was having. How simple are we as a society that we refuse to listen to answers that are beyond the standard good guy-bad guy rhetoric?
I thought Clark did very well on "Meet The Press" on Sunday. His answers were right on and I still feel he has the best chance to unseat Bush in the general election. I don't know if he can win the primaries but he's still my guy.