It was actually 2006, but Sped Lamont was the darling of CT’s rabid anti-war moonbats, and they got him. I voted for Joe in that general election, because there was complete absence of a Republican nominee. It wouldn't surprise me a bit to see our alleged (R) governor, (M. Jodi Rell) speaking for Hitlerly at the DNC in 2012.
I thought Joe did a nice job last night, knowing it was the end of his ability to caucus with the demonrats. I like a principled man, even when I disagree with him on some points.
posted on 09/03/2008 5:51:55 PM PDT
(Massachusetts, the Gay State. Once leader of the American Revolution, now leading its demise.)
Like you, I have always respected Mr. Lieberman, even though I agree with scant few of is beliefs. I too the time today to call his office and ask his staffer to thank him for having the courage to say the things he did. I was especially impressed that he is the first major politician I have heard quoting George Washington's Farewell Address admonitions to not place our allegiances in political parties.
I had always hoped I would hear that statement come from a conservative, but glad none the less that someone is finally talking about it.
Both major political parties have a death grip on "our" political process and the Republic is paying the price in ways that are only beginning to show how detrimental party politics can and will yet become.
posted on 09/03/2008 8:46:20 PM PDT
("America, where are you now?")
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