November 13, 2006

Joe Pokes The Left In The Eye With A Stick

God, I love this.

When asked on MTP yesterday morning whether he'd consider pulling a Jeffords, Lieberman responded: "I'm not ruling it out but I hope I don't get to that point."

Even if Joe has absolutely no intention of ever switching over to the Republicans (I think it'd have to be a pretty extreme situation to push him in this direction), the fact that he's clearly busting their balls brings a smile to my face this Monday morning.


Posted by: Gary at 09:15 AM | Comments (5) | Add Comment
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1 The lefties have learned not to trust Mr Lie-berman. Now its the righties' turn. He is not for left or right. He is for "Joe" and only Joe. His positions will be all over the place in the next 2 years as he orates from both side of his crooked mouth. Trust Not Joe Liarman. Fortunately he is becoming less and less relevant to any current political conversations. A political has been, rejected twice by his party. What about the $487,000, Joe?

Posted by: Nerd Lament at November 13, 2006 10:10 AM (T7A/1)

2 Fortunately he is becoming less and less relevant to any current political conversations. Hmmm. That's news to the WaPo, who are calling him a "political wildcard". Had Dems won a stronger majority, you might have a point. But Kos and Co. have given Lieberman more influence as a result of the Lamont fiasco then he would have normally had. Ironic.

Posted by: Gary at November 13, 2006 11:49 AM (PLHs9)

3 As a Republican, I have had my own frustrations with "Holy Joe", but he has remained steadfast in support of the President. The Left tried to push him out of office with the primary, but oh well, payback is a mother....

Posted by: KMR at November 13, 2006 07:12 PM (HLXIT)

4 Yes payback is a mother. Joe should remember that when the Dems pick up more seats in '08. The Repubs will regain their health and return, but BushCo. has done some long lasting damage...It will take a while. Also the Rove stranglehold on the Repubs has dissipated and many moderate Repubs may be voting with the Dems, to be not seen as obstructionist. This will further water down Lieberman's supposed influence. Joe has 2 years at best to feed his ego. Then its back into irrelevance. Enjoy it while you can, Joe. You would have made a great Fox news analyst.

Posted by: AJ Smith at November 14, 2006 03:01 PM (SfeT4)

5 You're getting a wee bit ahead of yourself there, bucky.

Posted by: Gary at November 14, 2006 03:32 PM (PLHs9)

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