Skip to comments.Meet Ned Lamont: The Second Soros Shadow Party Candidate
Posted on 08/11/2006 4:44:40 PM PDT by Grendel9
Before George Soros and MoveOn.org got behind Lamont in an all-out (unscrupulous) attack on Lieberman, nobody ever heard of Ned Lamont and with out Soros Shadow Party  support, they still wouldnt have. The same was true of the Shadow Partys first national candidate John Kerry, who lost by almost 4 million votes despite millions spent by international socialist power-brokers like Soros.
Dont be fooled by the temporary victory party at Lamont campaign headquarters. Though the far left wing of the Democratic Party, (controlled entirely by the Soros Shadow Party today) was successful in kicking Joe Lieberman out of the DNC, kicking him out of his Senate seat might prove much more difficult.
Unlike the spin you are getting from Soros Shadow Party media outlets like ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN, Ill tell you exactly why Lamont has a huge hill to climb between now and November. In sum, its because hes Ned Lamont and like John Kerry, hes the candidate of the extreme left-wing Soros Shadow Party.
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I don't understand why Soros keeps stuffing money down a losing hole.
Ssh. Don't tell him. He might wise up and start supporting moderate Dims (if any still exist), and start causing America real trouble.
Even more dangerous are the Soros RINO puppets. We got rid of ours on Tuesday. (Joe Schwarz)
I don't know the specifics, of course, but I think that Soros has gotten rich by figuring out ways to make money out of chaos. He creates it where he can, after he sets things up to pay off when it hits the fan.
Basically, Soros makes money by selling short human nature and the progress of civilization.
That's really a dopey statement. John Kerry was a fairly popular Senator from a densly populated state. Everybody who followed politics even a little knew who he was before his presidential candidacy.
It's not really comparable to the Lamont situation.
"I don't understand why Soros keeps stuffing money down a losing hole."
Maybe he expects a big payday. He's betting against the dollar.
Congratulations on that important win!
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