Since when is %4 'inches'? lol
Good though Joe has promised to vote with Dems if elected as an independent this will still bode well for our team. The cost of two Dems vs. a Republican in a general election will help distract attention and some resources from other races that the DSC and DNC would rather focus on. Goes from an easy win for a Dem to a wild card race where it would be possible though not likely for the Republican to eke out a victory
he he :)
Lamont you big dummy!
This is outrageous. Just a scant 6 years ago, Joe was the VP nominee of the this party for crying out loud. Now he is being purged by stalinists.
YOU BIG DUMMY!!
Dean and his radical bigoted spoilersThe only reason Joe Lieberman's in trouble today is because Howard Dean and his radical lefties are trying to maintain some sort of relevancy by doing what the left does best - splitting the vote and creating a circular firing squad in our own party and letting the GOP sail to victory laughing all the way.
by Piss on Dean and The Rabid Left
Thu, 20 Jul 2006 17:20:45 -0700
Hoping we'll all forget Dean's promise to make red country competitive when he browbeat his way in as DNC chairman, he's again focused on offering red meat to his pack of rabid leftist followers in a similar way as he did after he spent through his primary coffers like a drunken sailor without winning a single state by foaming on unintelligably about moderate Democrats (who actually had their stuff together).
Dean's promises about "converting" red country sounded good on the surface. But some of us actually noticed he had no viable plan to do anything like that and that his premises were full of holes. For instance, how do you get your message out in the south where there is no labor presence if you won't set foot in a church because your rabid fans are all vehemently anti-Christian. (The rabid left apparently didn't notice there aren't many mosques in red country to make up for the lost votes - nor anywhere in America for that matter).
Unfortunately those of us who doubted Dean were right as not one Republican red state incumbant is in trouble in the fight for the Senate. Meanwhile Bill Nelson, the very last of the Southern Democrat Senators, may etch out victory because of Katherine Harris's mistakes, rather than anything that Dean has done for him. (In fact, Nelson like many Democrats, have had to work had to distance themselves from Dean and his pack of rabid followers).
As usual, any victories the Democrats have this Fall will be despite Howard Dean and his rabid supporters rather than because of them.