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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Friday, January 16, 2004
I can't make this stuff up: This is why lobbyists get honor guards at their funerals.


At a town-hall meeting in Hudson, N.H., Wednesday, (Wesley) Clark defended serving on corporate boards after retiring from the military in 2000 and registering as a lobbyist. "We were trying to make America safe. That's what lobbyists mostly do,'' Clark said.


Imagine if a Republican, any Republican, had said that? The howls of derisive laughter would be deafening.

Howard Dean might credibly argue that the statement by Clark proves that he really is a Republican. Of course, the relative silence in the media over this gaffe proves that he really is a Democrat. (via "Best of the Web".)

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