April 1, 2006 - Posted at 1:06 p.m. CST
WASHINGTON (AP) _ A former Democratic presidential candidate is
slamming President Bush's national security policies, saying
they're marked by failure, ``hyped intelligence'' and ``macho
In his party's weekly radio address, retired Army General Wesley
Clark says the Bush administration needs a new plan to win the war
on terror. He say the current plan has been steering the country on
a ``path to nowhere.''
Clark coupled his criticism of administration policies with a
call for support of the Democratic national security plan, which
seeks better equipment for the military and improved screening of
containers and inbound cargo.
Clark was a candidate for the Democratic nomination in 2004, and
is being touted as a possible contender again in 2008.