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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Chuck Hagel bitchslaps Lieberman over scare comments

Finally someone calls out George Bush's favorite Democrat senator on his nonsense.

I almost threw a brick into my television this morning listening to the junior seantor as he puckered his lips and make Presidefnt Bush proud.

Good ol' Holy Joe went back to the "Dick Cheney well of scare tactics" by ONCE AGAIN linking 9/11 and Iraq (who's STILL buying that line), criticizing anyone who disagrees with the President (which would be a majority of the public), and claiming the other Iraq proposals "retreat" and "defeat" (a.k.a. cut and run).

Ironically, it took a Republican to do something that the Democrats should've done a long time ago...put the former DINOboy in his place.
UPDATE: Best comment of the day:
Joe Leiberman - D/I-CT Head