Sunday, September 24, 2006

Letter from Lamont to Lieberman, far and away the most impressive statements from Lamont I've seen yet. It does not, however, include Lamont saying anything that he'd like to do instead of what Lieberman has been doing. Mostly the appeal of Lamont seems to be the same as the leading democrat in the 2004 presidential primaries, "any unnamed democrat." Any unnamed democrat polled higher than any of the named ones ever did, and usually higher than Bush. Sadly, once you tie a name to one of them, they get less votes. Hopefully Lamont is going to start saying more stuff soon instead of just opposing Lieberman. In the mean time it's funny to hear someone quote lines like:

“Either Senator Lieberman is so divorced from reality that he’s completely lost the plot or he knows he’s spinning a line.”

Methinks he knows.


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