Clark’s lobbying was one of many business activities that, by his account, boosted his income almost 20-fold in the 42 months between his resignation from the Army and the start of his presidential campaign last September. An examination of those activities, including interviews with business associates and a review of public and private documents, shows that although Clark spent only 51/2 years of his adult life in Washington, he made some of the money in a time-honored way in the capital — by trading on his name.
While Weasly Clark was in the Army, he gained the reputation for looking out for himself first.
When he left the Army, he parlayed the connections he had made into millions. Isn’t this the “revolving door” that Democrats so love to whine about? At least until it’s their turn to cash in?
He took care of himself first in the Army. He took care of himself first as a Lobbyist. Who do you think he will take care of as a politician?