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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Lieberman stands by his man, supports Dubai deal

Has Joe Lieberman lost his mind?

At this point, hasn't EVERYONE had enough of this guy and his blind support of this administration (even the sound woman in the picture is smirking at Lieberman as he talks about supporting Bush's port deal. click on the image and see for yourself).

With Lieberman making silly statements like this, I wouldn't be surprised if he switches parties and campaign for senate as a Republican or Independent. HE has to know that making silly statements like this is not going to win him any Democratic votes and why risk the embarrassment of losing to Ned Lamont in a primary.

It's just not worth my time to quote him, watch the video and watch the ultimate DINO do his thing.

Third party at LamontBlog takes a swing at Lieberman's foolishness.
Even for Joe, I don't understand it.

I don't understand how he can claim to care about security, yet be OK with a foreign government running American ports.

I don't understand how he can claim to be a representative of the people, yet be for a deal that the vast majority of the public as well political leaders across the country from both parties (Sen. Clinton, Sen. Schumer, Sen. Menendez, Rep. King, to name a few in the region) are so vehemently against.
You're doing a heck of a job Joe, keep up the great work. The more you open your DINO mouth, the easier it will be for Ned Lamont to kick you right out of the Democratic party for good.