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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

BREAKING: Lieberman speaks, won't concede

DINO Joe Lieberman is speaking at election night party and is thanking his supporters for "standing by me". Here's some of his remarks:
"In this campaign, we've just finished the first half, and the Lamont team is ahead. But in the second half, our team, Team Connecticut, is going to surge forward to victory...(cheers)"

"I am of course disappointed by the results, but not discouraged. The old politics of partisan polarization won today. For the sake of my party and my country, I cannot and will not let that result stand."
So Lieberman apparently has no interest in Democratic unity. Joe Lieberman is only concerned about staying in power. He's trying to play the victim in this speech, denouncing the "partisan bickering" in Washington D.C. It's kind of funny, but he sounds almost exactly like Mike McGavick.

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