Saturday, December 10, 2005

With Friends Like Joe Lieberman, The Democrats Need No Enemies

An article in today's New York Times discusses Senator "Crazy" Joe Lieberman's sinking popularity in the Democratic Party.

You may know from previous articles in All This Is That that we consider him a Republicrat at best, and at worst, a Judas Goat and a turncoat spoiler, leading Democrats astray in the guise of moderation. Is anyone even listening to him except the G.O.P.? Any sane Democrat wrote him off years ago; he reinforced our thinking with his bumbling, pathetic run for the Presidency in 2004.

He was a disastrous pick for Vice President in 2000, and his recent defense of, and cozying up to The White House only leads us to believe he will switch parties sooner or later.

While we'd hate to lose another Democrat, with friends like this sawed-off weasel, who needs enemies?

The Senator has recently outraged Democrats with his spirited defense of President Bush's handling of the Iraq war. It's disgusting to see the little runt cozying up to The President and Vice-President.

From The New York Times: "Mr. Lieberman particularly infuriated his colleagues when he pointed out at a conference here that President Bush would be commander in chief for three more years and said that "it's time for Democrats who distrust President Bush to acknowledge that."

"We undermine the president's credibility at our nation's peril," Mr. Lieberman said.

We take Joe Lieberman seriously at our own great peril.

1 comment:

--dogbowl-- said...

Here's something I hadn't considered. Nothing is beneath them, so this is plausible.