Friday, March 17, 2006

When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey; and when I drink water, I drink water.

I'm beginning to like this Ned Lamont guy running against Joe Lieberman.

Lamont's running, and he's got a message for the globetrotting incumbent who returned from his most recent trip to Iraq with a ringing endorsement of the occupation: "Senator," the challenger said, "stop by Bridgeport on your way back from Baghdad and listen to your constituents..."

What Lamont thinks Lieberman's constituents will tell the senator when Connecticut Democrats vote in the August 9 primary is that the Bush administration must be challenged, not coddled.

Making pointed reference to the incumbent's status as the Democrat that Republicans love to love, Lamont declared his candidacy with a Monday announcement that, "I am jumping into this Senate primary because voters deserve a choice."

We'd rather have whiskey than water, Joe. It looks like you may just find that out.


Anonymous said...

Man I hope the Lieb goes down. Preferably in a ball of fire.

Don Snabulus said...

I agree with Lieberman that things are really going well in the Green Zone. I'm with Jospeh on this one.

Dean Wormer said...

Lieberman is the one I'm keeping my finger's crossed on and I'm trying to scrape some money together to send Lamont.