I'm not sure Wesley Clark's defense of Hillary Clinton's support of the Kyl-Lieberman amendment was convincing, but it was the sort of thing that might convince. Clark is, after all, a great proxy to have doing outreach to more dovish voters for you — an Iraq War opponent, a committed multilateralist, and someone with deep ties to the blogosphere. Madeleine Albright not so much. When people worry that an HRC administration might be too hawkish, Albright is part of what we're worrying about, she a member of the hawkish "strategic class" circle that Clinton was aligning herself with when she voted to authorize war with Iraq.