Good old Joe. He's doing what he does best. Throw as much dirt as he can on the left. While giving an interview with the conspiracy
Good old Joe. He's doing what he does best. Throw as much dirt as he can on the left. While giving an interview with the conspiracy theory-wingnut site known as Newsmax, he says he's really happy that the Republicans might have the momentum in the 2010 election. Praise the Lord and all that jazz.
But in a Newsmax interview published Monday, he took himself one step further toward the party he once campaigned to defeat.
There were a lot of people, particularly Democrats, who were declaring after the 2008 election that we were beginning a period of Democratic dominance that would go on for decades," Lieberman told Newsmax. "Now, all of a sudden, the momentum is with the Republicans. And that's — thank God — that's the way people have spoken, you know? That's our democracy."
The senator also said that "everybody should listen" to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
“I think Sarah Palin for a lot of people has become a spokesperson," Lieberman said. "People worried that government has forgotten them, has grown too big, that the deficit is growing too large, and in some sense that we’re not being as strong as we should be in the world — Governor Palin has spoken to those concerns as much as anyone.
We should listen to Sarah Palin because she speaks nonsense, right Joe? Palin supports every policy that led to the anger that permeates our nation and would have continued with the same policies that caused a Global Financial meltdown even if she doesn't understand what they all mean.
She's the one that beat him out of being the VP poster boy for his BFF, 'I'm No Maverick' McCain.
Lieberman runs on bitterness and hate for anything that is to the left of his "Bomb Iran" wet dreams. We can all thank Al Gore for Holy Joe.