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Monday, March 07, 2005

Lieberman is Democrat's McCain

Joe Lieberman Angers Democrats

News Max

...Democratic faithful among his constituents and his U.S. Senate caucus say he's moving too far to the right in supporting a number of President Bush's initiatives, particularly the administration's plans to remake Social Security.

The New York Times reports Lieberman has really irked Democrats by:

- His Bush-friendly commentary
- A prominent picture on his Web site featuring Lieberman and President Bush
- Distancing himself from his party on "security and social issues"

In his home state of Connecticut, some Democrats are getting fed up with Lieberman's perceived increasing disdain for left-wing ideology – so much so, there is an effort just now getting under way to replace him...

Well Lieberman is obviously the Democrat's McCain. Then again, Lieberman is being criticized over a picture, McCain actually said that Hillary would make a good president. Which do YOU think is worse? I was first going to suggest a possible trade, but then I realized I wouldn't have two Republican senators any longer over here in Arizona if that were to happen. My other senator besides McCain is Senator Kyl, and he's almost conservative enough for both of them (97% ACU rating). So maybe it would be worth it...


 
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Monday, March 07, 2005

Lieberman is Democrat's McCain

Joe Lieberman Angers Democrats

News Max

...Democratic faithful among his constituents and his U.S. Senate caucus say he's moving too far to the right in supporting a number of President Bush's initiatives, particularly the administration's plans to remake Social Security.

The New York Times reports Lieberman has really irked Democrats by:

- His Bush-friendly commentary
- A prominent picture on his Web site featuring Lieberman and President Bush
- Distancing himself from his party on "security and social issues"

In his home state of Connecticut, some Democrats are getting fed up with Lieberman's perceived increasing disdain for left-wing ideology – so much so, there is an effort just now getting under way to replace him...

Well Lieberman is obviously the Democrat's McCain. Then again, Lieberman is being criticized over a picture, McCain actually said that Hillary would make a good president. Which do YOU think is worse? I was first going to suggest a possible trade, but then I realized I wouldn't have two Republican senators any longer over here in Arizona if that were to happen. My other senator besides McCain is Senator Kyl, and he's almost conservative enough for both of them (97% ACU rating). So maybe it would be worth it...