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Sunday, July 01, 2007

Joe Lieberman: A bitter man who's out of touch with reality


It's getting to the point where I'm concerned about the well-being of our junior senator. Here's the latest round of bullshit from George Bush's favorite Democrat senator.

Appearing on ABC’s This Week, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) used the foiled terror attempts in London to call for greater domestic spying here in the United States. Lieberman said, “I hope these terrorist attacks in London wake us up here in America to stop the petty partisan fighting going on about…electronic surveillance,” in apparent reference to the Senate Judiciary Committee’s subpoenas for documents related to Bush’s NSA warrantless wiretapping program.


Oh, but DINOBoy didn't stop there. It seems like Liebermanisn't signing onto a change in course in Iraq anytime soon (if ever).
In the same interview, Lieberman said of the situation in Iraq, “The surge is working.” He refused to say whether he would back a withdrawal if Gen. Petraeus reports in September that progress is not being made.