Lieberman picks up on Drudge's line about <$NoAd$>Clark's September 2002 testimony.
Here's the lede from the just-released Lieberman press release ...
LIEBERMAN STATEMENT ON CLARK IRAQ TESTIMONY
Drudge: Clark made the case for war against Iraq
MANCHESTER, NH -- Joe Lieberman issued the following statement in
response to the Drudge Report's discovery of congressional testimony
from September 2002 in which Wes Clark made the case for war in Iraq.
The report provides evidence directly contradicting Clark's repeated
claims that he has been "very consistent" on the war "from the very
Statement by Joe Lieberman
"Yesterday, Wesley Clark attacked me for pointing out his multiple positions on the war in Iraq. It is no longer credible for Wesley Clark to assert that he has always had only one position on the war - being against it. His own testimony before Congress shows otherwise.
"He may think it is 'old-style politics' to point this out, but the only thing old here is a candidate not leveling with the American people. If we want to begin anew and replace George Bush, we need to level with the American people, which is what I have done in this campaign and throughout my career. You may not always agree with me but you will always know where I stand."
Woe to the Democrat who uses Drudge as a clip service!
I don't know if the Lieberman folks looked at the actual testimony
-- as opposed to the drudged version -- before sending out this press release. But you can, in the post below