Edwards condemned the negative instruction pamphlet he singed that ewas used in Iowa.
Can he now condemn the remarks of his adviser Gen. Hugh Shelton, regarding Clark's character?
That remark was the most devastating negative attack of the campaign. What made it especially egregious was Shelton's refusal to give any idea what he was talking about, so that it could be answered.
In addition, Milosovic used Shelton's remarks in his cross-examination of Clark in the war crimes trial in the Hague. Clinton debunked it.
Shelton was asked about it by the prosecutor and purportedly responded 'its just politics.'
Will Edwards condemn this form of negative 'politics'?