It's official, he's announced his candidacy. http://www.cnn.com/2003/ALLPOLITICS/...ark/index.html
Honestly, I hope the Democratic Party is smart enough to give him a chance even though he isn't already on Capital Hill. Even though I'm a pretty solid Republican, I would definitely give him a chance and hear out his position. Politics desperately needs a new way of thinking, someone who hasn't been so contaminated by the system that they can still think on their own.
I was listening to the radio this morning and they were talking about how he hasn't come out with a position that defines him as any different than the other guys. While having 10 candidates does splinter the Democrats in many ways (fundraising being the big one they mentioned), Clark adds one more person out there "bashing Bush's policies".
IMO, if Wesley Clark wants to define himself as different....try pushing your ideas, perhaps countering them to the current administration but tell us what YOU would do. But the Bash-Bush Campaigning is already getting old, and we still have over a year before elections.