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Nov. 7th, 2006 @ 10:46 pm So what do we do about Joe?
Current Location: SJC
Current Mood: gloomygloomy
I'm thinking, since he's most likely going to be indicted for illegal campaign activities (ok I was going to give you a link, like a real blogger, but firedoglake has turned off their archives for the night to reduce their server load, can't blame them. Hit FireDogLake in a day or so and do a search for Lieberman and you can catch up if you don't already know.) Do we move to throw him out now? or after the indictment?

I'd rather that folks start talking about it before the Senate divides up as 51 D/49 R and he formally changes parties to give control back to his beloved Republicans.

Speaking of Firedoglake, a shout out to the ever lovely Reddhead Christy Hardin-Smith, she's been part of the SFF.net community for ages and I for one am really thrilled that she's out there fighting for us. (yes it's a Crooksandliars link, I can only assume that FDL is saving their bandwidth and will no doubt have a link up when things settle down.)

Ah yes! and Cheers to Virginia, they fought the good fight to get this lying sack of ... cough, Allen out of power. He's now talking about how rights are protected in our country. Georgie boy, you don't know how right you are. And when the FBI comes knocking on your door to ask about the illegal voter fraud and intimidation you helped propagate... well you should thank your lucky stars that you have the right not to be just disappeared and forgotten in some horrible tropical torture prison. I still have family and friends in that state and I know they are appalled at what's been done there. Keep fighting guys, I'll do what I can.


Humorous endpoint. I checked, impeachlieberman.org is still available. I only didn't snag it because I'm not sure if he would need to be impeached, it's possible that he could just be indicted, convicted and shipped off to Gitmo and disappeared, thus leaving his seat vacant ... but his Gov is an R isn't he, I guess there's no chance he'd put up someone progressive.

sigh

About it for me. getting up Very early for more training.

Good luck America
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From:cordwainer
Date:November 8th, 2006 06:36 am (UTC)
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Amen to your comments on Christy Hardin-Smith.

Prediction: When Rummy gets fired, Bushy calls up little Joe to be Sec. Def. Then Joe leaves Senate, and Republican gov. in CT gets to appoint replacement. (Thus shifting balance of power.) That will be his final knife in the back.

Or the IRS and FEC investigation gets him on his petty cash outlays. But, I doubt it. The journal he's required by law to keep that records all the petty cash outlays, will never be found. I'm sure he tossed it in a fireplace weeks ago, if not earlier tonight.

He knows a lot about voter fraud. He undercut Gore in Florida, and helped Bush steal Florida in 2000. (Not to mention that in 2004 he went back to Florida to praise Bush's policy's toward Israel, and stab Kerry in the back.)

He can run, but he can't hide from justice. Justice will find him.

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From:suricattus
Date:November 8th, 2006 03:30 pm (UTC)
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but his Gov is an R isn't he, I guess there's no chance he'd put up someone progressive

Jodi's a Yankee Republican, and so SHE might very well surprise us all... (Yankee Republicans are old-style: they don't hold with this "government messin' about with peoples' decision-makin' on their own lives" thing.)