Friday, April 18, 2008

you know what?

the way i look at it is; da liebs is the johnny damon of politics. he's turned his back on those who loved, nurtured and supported him to go over to the dark side.

it's no big deal. johnny was NEVER really a bosox and da liebs was NEVER really a democrat.
it's NOT shocking news. it's not news at all.
(even if he begged to come back - i wouldn't want 'em - EITHER of 'em)

Lieberman willing to star at Republican convention
By Manu Raju
Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), the Democratic Party’s 2000 vice presidential nominee, is leaving open the possibility of giving a keynote address on behalf of Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) at the Republican National Convention in September.
Republicans close to the McCain campaign say Lieberman’s appearance at the convention, possibly before a national primetime audience, could help make the case that the presumptive GOP nominee has a record of crossing the aisle. That could appeal to much-needed independent voters. McCain has yet to ask Lieberman to speak, either in primetime or elsewhere, at the convention. But if McCain thinks it will help make his case for the White House, as some of his allies suspect, Lieberman would be willing to speak on his behalf.
“If Sen. McCain, who I support so strongly, asked me to do it, if he thinks it will help him, I will,” Lieberman said in a brief interview. .....

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