Gen. Wesley Clark, Hero:
"I fought for the right of people to disagree. I fought for the right of people to protest. I fought for the right of people to question the president, and not just to question, you know, what did he eat today and how far did he run."
"I fought for the right of privacy," he went on. "I fought for freedom from government intrusion of our personal lives. I fought for the belief that every American is a human being who is worthy of respect and who should be treated fairly and equally, regardless of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation or any other discriminating factor."
Find a Clark Meetup near you. They're held the first Monday of each month, so there's one this Monday.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the guy.