Saturday, November 08, 2008

Joseph Lieberman (R) Future?

Not only did he cheer lead for the war Iraq and even sponsor the Iraq War Resolution, he voiced support for Alberto Gonzales' infamous torture memo and was one of the Gang of 14 who eased the way for confirmation of Bush's conservative judicial nominees.

After losing the Democratic primary in 2006, he ran against his party's nominee, Ned Lamont, to retain his Senate seat as an "Independent." And he has campaigned as Republican John McCain's shadow for nearly a full year, saying point blank that the election was a choice "between one candidate, John McCain, who has always put the country first, worked across party lines to get things done, and one candidate who has not." That treachery, despite Obama's support for Lieberman in the contentious 2006 Senate primary contest.

What now? Lieberman says now he is for bipartisanship.

Isn't he forgetting, he is no longer of either party?

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