Wednesday, November 01, 2006


as of 9:35 am wednesday november 1, 2006. that's how many DEAD troops we have from the unjust war in iraq. a war based on lies and the lining of pockets. a war there is absolutely NO reason for.

there are many reasons i am NOT voting for da liebs. the MAIN reason i am voting for ned is; I DO NOT WANT US TO BE FIGHTING IN IRAQ. i do not want our men and women dying for NO reason. we MUST bring our troops home now

da liebs is NOT a democrat. not that that matters to me (much). i would vote for someone who is honorable and just no matter their political affiliations.
Bush praises Lieberman in TV interview, draws Lamont's ire

By Andrew Miga, Associated Press Writer October 31, 2006
HARTFORD, Conn. --President Bush and the Iraq war are again front and center in Connecticut's tumultuous Senate race.
In a TV interview, Bush praised Sen. Joe Lieberman for standing firm in his support of the Iraq war, drawing a stiff rebuke Tuesday from Lieberman's anti-war challenger, Ned Lamont. The war has been a key issue in the Senate race.
Bush noted that Lieberman has not wavered in his support of the war, unlike Democrats who voted to support it but have since turned against it.
"One man who's stood by his decision is Joe Lieberman," said Bush in an interview on Fox News Channel's "Hannity and Colmes" show. "He understands the consequences. The Democrat Party ran him out of the party because he stood on principle."
Kind words from Bush could help Lieberman. The lifelong Democrat is running as an independent after after losing the August Democratic primary to Lamont, a Greenwich businessman who has poured more than $14 million of his own money into the race.
Polls show Lieberman with a double-digit lead among likely voters in next week's election, with Republican and unaffiliated voters overwhelmingly supporting the three-term senator.
Lieberman downplayed Bush's comments Tuesday. "I have said from the first days after the primary ... that I was not going to allow this campaign to become a national political plaything for either side or anybody," he said...........

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