That about sums Arianna up.
Why doesn't Arianna just take a very, very long vacation? Good Lord, but she is annoying.
Its going to be pathetic that the Dems think anti-war, anti-israel and impeachment rhetoric are winners. They have no idea whats about to happen to them as they run to the far left.
Does anyone think for one minute that Arianna actually believes half the sh*t she spews. She's a star-chaser and her "liberalism" has gotten her a slight entree into their world...she has no core.
I predict that Lamont will win the primary, and he actually will have a good shot of winning the general election.
This year in general is not going to be good for Republicans, as it's more a referendum on Bush than anything else. But that's ok, since it will solidify the moonbat stance of the Democratic party, thus clearing the way for an easy win in 2008.
I can't believe she thinks she's still relevant.
When will the MSM drive-by-media bring up the fact that a large amount of Joes enemies on the left are just virile anti-Semites? A lot of leftist blogs are flush with pro PLO, Hezbo, Hamas sentiment. They are the same hate america types that blame us for 9/11 etc.
I am really offended that the AP and dumb broad Arianna Huffington would take a religious term "Hail Mary" to decorate their trash Lieberman article. Huffington needs more than the virgin Mary to validate her incoherent ramblings.
I love how the haters don't seem to realize they are haters.
Personally, I hope Ned wins. The more the D party goes to the single-note candidates who's entire platform is "we hate Bush and everything he's done", the more I like it.
Altho it would be a RIOT if Ned loses, the gloom and depression among the moonbats would be delicious.
I am so glad Arianna went over to the dark side, she's a twit.
This was written by a woman who sounds like Gerda the Gestapo Guard and was married to a man for 13 years, and claims she didn't know he was gay until the end.
Those sure sound like great qualifications for a liberal columnist to me!
Man, is she stupid. I caught a minute or two of her and Dennis Praeger on the idiot larry king's show. Praeger showed great self-control by not slapping her.
Talking points? More like a recipe for disaster. Read John Zogby's terrific post on what Democratic voters are looking for. A hint: it ain't the muddled mush Lieberman was dishing out Sunday night.
Liberman was being anything but muddled and mushy. He wasn't being waffle boy. He stood by what he believes in and remained consistent.
She call his responses muddled mush, and then follows it by criticizing him for standing by his convictions and not bending to those who blindly oppose whatever the administration does.
Liberman has been one of the more consistent and principled Senators. I disagree with many of his principles, but I do admire that he sticks by them much more consistently than most.
He refuses to insult voters by making hollow statements saying that he has changed his mind like many politicians do. He won't change his stance on things to oppose Republicans for the sake of political expediency.
Huffington either doesn't grasp this, or she rejects and attacks it because she is an amoral political creature. The issues and principles don't matter to her, only the political power plays.
Lieberman picked up the theme, saying: "Joseph had faith that God will take care of the haters, and I have a certain faith that this Tuesday God will take care of the voters."
Huh? I love the story of Joseph, but I have no idea what Lieberman was talking about.
He was talking about people like Huffington, though she's apparently too stupid to realize it.