Joe Lieberman Offers To Be The GOP's Zell Miller In 2008

The Advocate: U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn, told the editorial board of The Advocate and Greenwich Time he's supporting Republican John McCa

The Advocate:

U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn, told the editorial board of The Advocate and Greenwich Time he's supporting Republican John McCain for president because he's the most likely to bring about change in Washington.

"He actually, in my opinion, will bring about more change than the Democratic candidates because he's a boat-rocker . . . a problem-solver," Lieberman said of McCain. "He's really a reformer."

Friday, Lieberman said he will attend the Republican National Convention this summer, "if Senator McCain thinks it will be helpful to be there in some capacity." Read on...

The Independent Senator from Connecticut leaves out the real reason he supports McCain -- he's a warmonger and wants to stay in Iraq for 100 years and bomb-bomb-bomb Iran, just like Joe. McCain is not a reformer anymore, the Maverick is dead and gone. Lieberman is part of the McSurge triplets currently stumping for McCain in Iraq, I think the GOP will gladly extend an invitation to him for his service to the party.


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