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Dems for Lieberman emerge from closet

By Michael J. Smith on Thursday September 28, 2006 12:33 PM

Alan Smithee writes:
50 former Congressmen, Senators, Clinton vets launch 'Dems for Joe' Lieberman

The squeals of outrage coming from the pwog blogs about this are nearly deafening. "How dare dem party big-whigs not back our pwoggie fave-rave!" they squeak. Not that they'll actually do anything about it, mind you.

According to the item Alan called to our attention:
... founding members include former Sens. David Boren (Okla.), Bob Kerrey (Neb.), John Breaux (La.) and Dennis DeConcini (Ariz.); former Reps. Mel Levine (Calif.) and Leon Panetta (Calif.), who served as chief of staff to President Bill Clinton; former Clinton Agriculture Secretary and former Rep. Mike Espy (Miss.); and former Clinton CIA Director James Woolsey.

They join a much smaller group of incumbent Democratic Senators who have endorsed Lieberman in the general election. Sens. Tom Carper (Del.), Ken Salazar (Colo), Mark Pryor (Ark.), Mary Landrieu (La.) and Ben Nelson (Neb.) all have decided to stick by Lieberman.

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js paine:

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