Clark's troubles may have only begun
Wesley Clark's 9/26/2002 Congressional testimony, in which he strongly supported the war in Iraq, is not the only political skeleton in his closet. His recent praise for George W. Bush and his support for the war are only the latest examples of his exquisitely malleable (and convenient) political bearings.
It remains to be seen, however, just how much of what Clark has said will be revealed. His Congressional testimony was public record; his cocktail conversations are not. The question is whether anyone in polite Little Rock society will tell what they know. I hope so.