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Thursday, October 26, 2006

Lieberman's 387,000 in cold hard petty cash remains a mystery

Hmm...it's been three days since the Lieberman camp said they would allow reporters to check out their records and fully explain how the 387,000 in cold hard cash was spent.

Don't we have a right to know how this money was spent? This isn't packet change folks.

To better explainhow serious this really is, take a look as Lamont campaign manager Tom Swan speak to reporters about Lieberman's slush fund.
No matter how hard Lieberman and his band of goons try to brush this matter under the rug, it's not going to go away any time soon.