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December 26, 2012
I’m not saying I was always right. I’ll leave that to God and history. But I believed I was doing what I thought was right and people didn’t just disagree with me. There was hatred. But I’m not alone in that. You can take the last three presidents — Clinton, Bush, Obama — and people haven’t just disagreed with them, they’ve hated them. And to me, that’s really terrible. That’s a cancer that’s eating at our politics.
Joe Lieberman • Discussing the hatred he’s seen during his time in the Senate, especially in recent years. He should know, he was there, hated by many of the same folks that hated any (or all) of the above presidents. Lieberman, who entered the Senate a Democrat but leaves an Independent, spent 24 years representing Connecticut, and even got thisclose to being a vice president in 2000. No matter your feelings on Joe, he’s probably right on this point.
22:57 // 1 year ago
April 10, 2012
Argument: As they age, John McCain and Joe Lieberman are slowly morphing into the same person, with similar facial expressions. Evidence: See photo, above, taken with Syrian refugees in Turkey. (Photo by Umit Bektas/AP)

Argument: As they age, John McCain and Joe Lieberman are slowly morphing into the same person, with similar facial expressions. Evidence: See photo, above, taken with Syrian refugees in Turkey. (Photo by Umit Bektas/AP)

17:18 // 2 years ago
January 18, 2011

How much for a cup of Joementum? Lieberman may need it

  • cause Sen. Joe Lieberman faces reelection in 2012 after spending his last term actively agitating the Democratic party; he went Independent after losing the 2006 primary, then won the race.
  • effect A likely repeat of 2006, with a hotly contested Connecticut Senate primary pitting Lieberman against the Democratic left-wing. Yeah, he may be in the primary despite the “I” currently near his name. source
14:04 // 3 years ago