Thursday, November 02, 2006

our men and women are dying in iraq

for what? it's an unjust war based upon lies. the iraqis did NOT cause 9/11. had nothing to do with it. we MUST bring our troops home now

da liebs supports this hideous war. no apologies. he should NOT be re-elected based on THAT alone

please support ned lamont

Lamont Narrows Lieberman Lead In Poll

Bush Praises Lieberman
POSTED: 10:30 am EST November 1, 2006
UPDATED: 10:36 am EST November 1, 2006
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Democrat Ned Lamont has narrowed the gap with Sen. Joe Lieberman, but the three-term incumbent holds a 12-point lead as their race heads into the final stretch, a poll released Wednesday shows.
Lieberman had a 49-37 percent advantage over Lamont, according to a Quinnipiac University survey of likely voters. Republican Alan Schlesinger trails with 8 percent, and 5 percent are undecided.
An Oct. 20 poll by Quinnipiac had given Lieberman a 17-point advantage, 52-35 percent. Schlesinger was at 6 percent in that survey

Lieberman's lead by 5 points," said Quinnipiac University Poll director Douglas Schwartz. "The bad news for Lamont is that he still trails by 12 points ... If Lamont has an October surprise, he'd better check the calendar."
Lieberman, the Democratic nominee for vice president in 2000, is running as an independent after losing the Democratic primary in August to anti-war challenger Lamont. Schwartz said Lamont needs Schlesinger to cut more deeply into Lieberman's GOP support in order to erase the senator's lead.........

......Earlier this week, President George W. Bush praised Lieberman for his support of the Iraq war. In an interview on Fox News Channel's "Hannity and Colmes" show, Bush noted that many Democrats supported the war in 2003.
"One man who's stood by his decision is Joe Lieberman," said Bush, who declined to make an endorsement in the race. "He understands the consequences." Bush argued that the Democratic Party "ran him out of the party because he stood on principle.".........

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