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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Imperial Democrats Take One On The Chin

Tonight the Connecticut Democrats dumped Fox Democrat Joe Lieberman in favor of true Democrat Ned Lamont.

To no one's surprise, the man who was quick to concede defeat to Bush/Cheney in 2000 (while selfishly retaining his own Senate seat) finally found an issue he could fight for ... his own incumbency. He announced he will run for the Senate as an independent.

The BIG question is how the other incumbency-loving, imperial Democrats will react.

When will Bill Clinton, Chuck Schumer, Barbara Boxer and all the rest announce their support for the choice of the Connecticut Democrats ... and condemn Lieberman's selfish independent run.

We're waiting.

9 Comments:

  • I have a feeling we can keep waiting. The Democratic establishment has proven over the past four years that when the chips are down they can't think of new ideas, but are instead drawin into the "good buddy" cycle of doing the same damn thing with the same old people.

    I'd love to be proven wrong... but I've got this hunch that I won't be...

    By Blogger Trish Egan & Harold Phillips, at 7:34 AM  

  • Send the war loving bastard to Iraq

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:16 AM  

  • I think you need to start a new party. I suggest calling yourselves the "Blogocrats."

    Clearly, that's the only solution for folks for whom Bill Clinton, Chuck Schumer, Barbara Boxer, et al have become too mainstream.

    By Anonymous webhub, at 1:17 PM  

  • Great idea, web.

    Mac, when are you going to come out as a blogocrat?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:22 PM  

  • Me, I'm a Bogart-crat. I just drink, smoke, act tough and chase after Lauren Bacall.

    Works for me...

    By Blogger Trish Egan & Harold Phillips, at 9:08 AM  

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