Retired Army General Wesley Clark all but ruled out being considered for a high-ranking government position if former Democratic rival John Kerry is elected president. Clark said he doesn`t see any position for himself in the administration. The Little Rock resident and former NATO supreme allied commander said he`s not even considering a Cabinet-level position. He said he`s in the private sector right now and he likes it. With impeccable military credentials and poll numbers suggesting he could beat President Bush, Clark, a political neophyte, launched his late-starting campaign for the Democratic president nomination in September 2003. He abandoned the cause less than four months later amid campaign missteps and weak showings in primary races.