Saturday, November 08, 2008

improper?

no. improper is swearing in front of children. improper is being too lazy to get out of the pool to pee. improper is yelling out 'whipping post' at a diana ross concert. improper is clipping your nails at work.

what da liebs did was NOT improper. it was despicable. it was nasty. it was vile. it was low and dirty. it was vicious. it was unforgivable.

he all but called president elect barack obama a traitorous evil terroist israel hater.

harry reid GROW A SET AND KICK DA LIEB'S ASS TO THE CURB NOW!

Reid: Lieberman did something 'improper'

(CNN)Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid made clear Friday he's not happy with Joe Lieberman over the onetime Democrat's avid support of John McCain's White House bid, but told CNN the Connecticut independent has a strong record of voting with the Democrats.

"Joe Lieberman has done something that I think was improper, wrong, and I'd like if we weren't on television, I'd use a stronger word of describing what he did," Reid told CNN's John King. "But Joe Lieberman votes with me a lot more than a lot of my senators. He didn't support us on military stuff and he didn't support us on Iraq stuff. You look at his record, it's pretty good."..........



Lieberman and Reid at a Standoff?


Joe Lieberman Resists Call to Take Lesser Role Among Democrats, Sources Say


By JONATHAN KARL
By all accounts, the meeting today between Joseph Lieberman, the independent senator from Connecticut, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., was a cordial, even friendly, one. But Lieberman made a hard push to remain chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, suggesting he may leave the Democratic caucus if he is demoted, ABC News has learned. For Democrats, this is payback time. They want to punish Lieberman for his high-profile support of John McCain's failed presidential bid, observers say. Democrats were especially infuriated by Lieberman's attacks on Barack Obama during his primetime speech at the Republican National Convention in September........

2 comments:

Burr Deming said...

The anger against Joe Lieberman goes back to 2006. He was not the only Senator who continued to support a forever occupation.

But even then he was unique as a Democrat in going out of his way to taunt those whose support he demanded.

a rose is a rose said...

he didn't just taunt, he spit upon. to me, that is unforgivable