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Bye, bye, Lieberman

Wow. It happened. Ned Lamont, a rich liberal businessman in Connecticut, defeated Joe Lieberman in the Democratic primary.

And with that came a resounding message to all the other wimpy Democrats who didn't know if they should or shouldn't embrace the Iraq war. And of course an even stronger and scarier message to people like Ms. Clinton, who did support the war.

The New York Times writes about the campaign by liberal bloggers to unseat Lieberman: And the results suggested that bloggers may have almost as much bite as bark, which could be significant in tight low-turnout Congressional elections this fall.

If you want to know what I wrote about Lieberman, go to my post, The Liberal Movement is a Joke.

Representative Rahm Emanuel of Illinois, the head of the Democratic House Congressional campaign, had this to say: "This shows what blind loyalty to George Bush and being his love child means."

Bye, bye Lieberman.

The irony, though, in all of this is that many liberals nowadays appear to be rich multi-millionaires on each coast, and the people who vote for Bush are the poor blue-collar workers in Kansas and the rest of America's heartland.

Go figure.

This is a wacko country, sometimes.

Read all about it in What's the Matter with Kansas?: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America.


Anonymous Gary said...

"This is a wacko country, sometimes."

Just sometimes? VBG


BTW, What makes someone a "liberal"? Wanting to breath clean air and drink clean water? Hugging a tree? Wanting a fair wage? Opposing a "market" economy, when said market is fixed? Not wanting your calls tapped? Not giving a damn whether the boys down the street are gay or not? Not caring for "bought" leaders? Is it someone who thinks bombing the shit out of anyone probably WON'T make them our friends?

Just wondering.

Blogger Peter Rost said...

Hear, hear.

Blogger Marshall Darts said...

Joe's Still Got It Wrong

Joe Lieberman said he lost yesterday because of the excessive partisanship that has become part of politics. He's wrong. He lost because to an opponent in his own party who ran an issue-oriented, anti-war campaign.

Lieberman's backing of a foolish president with a foolish foreign policy was not bipartisanship. It was foolishishness itself.

The Republicans should take note of what happened to Fox News' favorite Democrat. They know that anti-war sentiment isn't limited to Democratic voters.

Tip O'Neill used to say,"All politics is local." Well, when a young soldier is buried in your state or district as a casualty of this foolish war, that makes Iraq a very local issue.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, blue states are on the coasts and they tend to contain a more affluent and educated population. Red states, the ones in the middle, or as we like to say, "the fly over states," tend to be less educated and accordingly, less affluent. It has to do with education, opportunities, and established norms. The red states seem to have more of that master/slave relationship we used to have between the rich and the poor in this country.

That's why they don't like universal access to good education. It's hard to keep slaves slaves if they learn how to read and figure out what's going on and demand their rights. In the Red states, most people get their news from Fox because it's got the flashiest motion graphics. The Cobert report has the same fancy graphics, but most red state people can't afford cable. And only the enlightened few seem to use the internet for more than downloading porn, music, and movies. And the best thing is, most of them are proud not to know, and proud not to care- as long as they get to drive around in their pickup trucks, carry guns, and have enough from their sad jobs to pay for beer and cigarettes, everything is cool.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Liberman lost because it became painfully apparent to anyone where this guy's true allegiance lies. It's not America. He's about as patriotic an American as Dershawitz. These guys should get together and go bowling. AIPAC reps can hook up with them there and purchase state secrets. It's not like anything bad will happen to them. Anyone else and it'd be treason and the people involved would be excuted or imprisoned for a very long time, but history shows that AIPAC somehow has immunity from being prosecuted for treason. How many times have they been caught again? 4? 5? For TREASON? And they're still the #1 polical lobby in Washington after getting caught that many times?

That's just fucking crazy. Let me repeat that. That's just fucking crazy.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm curious. Is opposing treason anti-semitic?

Anonymous Anonymous said...

And if so, shouldn't any patriotic American be anti-semitic by that definition?

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They" can claim they're Americans all they want. To intelligent people it's still not difficult to identify who the traitors are.

Blogger Moogirl said...

Anonymous said:

"I'm curious. Is opposing treason anti-semitic?"


"And if so, shouldn't any patriotic American be anti-semitic by that definition?"

Be careful Anon, them Super American Patriots swing a mean flag...

I usually steer clear of anyone who vomits up the "T" word. It usually means they have no weight to their argument.

Blogger shooter45 said...

Aw, leave'em alone Moo. It's late and the Thorazine should kick in soon.

Blogger Moogirl said...

lol ok

wish mine would....

Anonymous Rosethejet said...

Tailgunner Joe is only in this for himself. His ego is all that is on the line which tells me that he is not worthy to be a senator in the U.S.

As are most of them for that matter, but Lieberman and Feinstein are two of the worst offenders.

They are names, have a little more power than most and still kiss Bush's ass rather often.

When Lieberman sold out the democratic party for the "no filibusters unless ReThugs give us permission" is when I finally dropped him off the democrat list.

He has become nothing more than a greedy, lobbyist's best friend, corporate HO, working overtime for his Pimps in the corporate world while pizzing on the average working man and woman in America.

I hope Lamont goes full steam ahead and slams Tailgunner Joe hard into the ground. Non stop ads, you name it and attack the holy hell our of holy Joe.

Don't get me started.

Blogger Moogirl said...

LOL I see I'm not the only one waiting for the Thorazine to kick in...

You go Rose!


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