Don't say I didn't warn you. Speaking about Clark's candidacy, Michael Barone, of U.S. News and World Report, just said on Fox that the question was going to be whether or not Clark could keep from making mistakes down the road. Barone said that Clark had earlier claimed he'd gotten a call from the White House trying to get him to connect Iraq to 9/11 (which Clark never claimed) and then attributed that call to a Canadian Middle East think tank. So far, said Barone, "no one's been able to locate such an organization." Time to call Bo again.
Welcome to the "Goring" of General Wesley Clark.
Update: For those of you just coming over from Atrios, the whole, sordid tale can be read (in order) here, here, here, here, here. and here.
You will weep and gnash your teeth. Shamelessness abounds.
Update: Also, you should note that it took the Post only one day to correct an error in the manner in which they reported Dick Cheney's appearance on "Meet the Press." Pitiful.
Apparently, Bo Jones was threatened with a trip to Room 101.