Thursday, January 11, 2007


Lieberman Applauds Bush Plan For Iraq
POSTED: 8:59 am EST January 11, 2007

"HARTFORD, Conn. -- Sen. Joe Lieberman, who was assailed for his pro-war views during his fall re-election race, praised President George W. Bush's plan to increase the number of troops in Iraq and urged his colleagues in Congress to proceed with respectful debate."

of course he does. i fucking hate this dude. and when everybody was so happy about "taking back the senate" i did nothing but say, "but nobody can trust lieberman as far as they can toss him." he's a bitter little man who basically switched parties when he lost his own primary. i'm not sure why CT voters would then elect him to another term anyhow but he touts his "independence" all the while claiming he's going to caucus with dems which is a joke. a huge joke. he's licking bush's palm like a sick puppy.

so it is no surprise that this was uttered by dubya in last nights speech: "Acting on the good advice of Senator Joe Lieberman and other key members of Congress, we will form a new, bipartisan working group that will help us come together across party lines to win the war on terror."

bipartisan my ASS.

and this classic quote from the liebs two days ago: “The worst that could happen,” he continued, "is that this policy could become another partisan flashpoint in Washington."

what's the worst that could happen?! how about more deaths, both civilian and from our military? how about the escalation of the civil war?

hate. joe. lieberman. slimy. little. man. ick.

4 people who played with me:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the dying HAS to stop. it's getting ridiculous.

1/11/2007 3:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

EXACTLY, Jazz. This man is a huge bag of douche.

1/11/2007 5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exactly! This man is a huge bag of douche.

1/11/2007 5:53 PM  
Blogger The Stormin Mormon said...


I'm going to shut my fucking mouth and let this develop. I think that Lieberman will be there for the Dems when they need votes. Remember, it's not what someone says, it's how they vote that counts.

Besides, the guy won as an independent when his party shunned him. Do you think that he should just let that go?

1/11/2007 7:33 PM  

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