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Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Lieberman campaign admits that Joe is out of touch with Connecticut

A reader pointed out to me this money quote from Lieberman's campaign manager Sean Smith.
"We're going to run a campaign. We're going to have him here and be doing this the old-fashioned way: He's going to be asking people for their vote," said Sean Smith, recently hired to run the Lieberman campaign. "He ran for vice president. He ran for president. He hasn't really had a dialogue with Connecticut voters about Connecticut issues in a while. He is looking forward to it."
That's right folks. Lieberman's campaign manager admitted that Joe is out of touch with Connecticut voters. Not like we didn't know this already but it's nice to see someone from the Lieberman camp finally tell the truth.

Yet another reason to vote for Ned Lamont.