Liberal Oasis: A TV ad, with a message approved by Sen. Joe Lieberman, uses a phony Ned Lamont bumper sticker to falsely claim that all Lamont has to
July 8, 2006

Liberal Oasis:

A TV ad, with a message approved by Sen. Joe Lieberman, uses a phony Ned Lamont bumper sticker to falsely claim that all Lamont has to say is "No More Joe." The ad ran today on Hartford's Fox affiliate WTIC-61, during Fox News Sunday: "In the battle of the bumper stickers, this one has a simple message: 'No More Joe.' But what else does Lamont really have to say?"

The graphic of a "NO MORE JOE" sticker is shown. The second line of the sticker reads: "Ned Lamont * Democrat for U.S. Senate". In the bottom right corner of the sticker is a URL, www.nomorejoe.com. Problem is: there is no www.nomorejoe.com."...read on

Joe has Republican punditry support like O'Reilly, Malkin, Coulter, Brooks and Hannity. Next, he used Reagan phrases in his debate. Now he's using Karl Rove tactics in his campaign ad to smear Lamont. Nice going, Joe. What's next? Here's the original Bumper sticker.

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