Disclosure: I worked for the Lamont campaign doing web design and production and some writing for the official blog (from 9/5/06 to 11/07/06).

Friday, July 28, 2006


New Radio Ad

"Sore Loser."

Word is that the Lieberman campaign is handing out huge 3-inch buttons of their own to the sparse gathering of onlookers they're finding at stops on the trail today, featuring a photo of Joe with who else but Bill Clinton.

It's now obvious why Lieberman staff were reportedly hoping Bubba would plant a big kiss on Joe's lips in Waterbury on Monday - the "kiss" button was getting under their skin and they wanted to make one of their very own. All they ended up getting was a "hug," though. And Bill had nothing but kind words for Ned Lamont.

Unfortunately for Joe, all this does is remind Democratic voters of the fact that Bill Clinton does not support his abandonment of the Democratic party.

Bill Clinton would not sign a petition to create the "Connecticut for Lieberman" party.

Bill Clinton will endorse the primary winner on August 8th.

But Joe is "hugging" onto Clinton for dear life. In saturating robo-calls, TV ads, and now (apparently non-union-made) buttons. Connecticut has seen more of their former President this week than they have of their current senator.

Why won't Sen. Lieberman listen to Bill Clinton and support the winner of the primary? Sign the petition.
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Id rather have my teeth extracted then settle for 6 more years of Joementum
They have also made commercials of Lieberman & Clinton. I saw one late last night. He's hoping to use Clinton's charisma because he has none of his own.
It is now up at YouTube
Dig this, Ned will be a guest on "The Colbert Report" next week, must-see TV no doubt!

Source: Colbert Nation
To be fair, Bill Clinton couldn't sign any petition for Lieberman, since he isn't a Connecticut resident.

Jane in Guilford
WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, Sept. 3) -- In a significant break with his president, Democratic Sen. Joseph Lieberman took to the Senate floor Thursday to condemn President Bill Clinton's marital infidelity as immoral, disgraceful and damaging to the country.

Lieberman of Connecticut said he was angered and disappointed in Clinton's behavior, and what he called Clinton's "premeditated" deception.

Lieberman said Clinton "apparently had extramarital relations with an employee half his age and did so in the workplace in the vicinity of the Oval Office. Such behavior is not just inappropriate. It is immoral."

So, when his campaign is in trouble Joe turns to the former president who he called "immoral." The immorality of it all.
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