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"If that ever happened, I'd say that the Bush recession would be followed by the Dean depression."

I hate Lieberman so very, very much right now... I really hope the party can dodge this bullet. *Who* out there likes this guy???


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Sep. 5th, 2003 08:54 am (UTC)
not me!
Sep. 5th, 2003 09:12 am (UTC)
Lieberman's a prick. Drop a train on his head.
Sep. 5th, 2003 09:19 am (UTC)
he's my least favorite of the candidates by far. ugh. he's a prick, and i tend to not agree with his views.

my favorite from last night's debate was Carol Mosley Braun. but the cynic in me is sure she'll never get the nomination, and is even more sure that even if she did by some miracle get the nomination, this country is still overall too backward to be willing to elect a black woman for president, whatever her views.

it makes me sad.
Sep. 5th, 2003 09:54 am (UTC)
Lieberman is the one candidate I think could be worse than Bush. Which is saying something. If he won the nomination, I'd start thinking *then* about moving. Pretty much anyone else, I'll wait and see how November goes.

(What is the "that" to which he was referring? I didn't see the debate... I should dump it to *audio* tape and listen to it in the car this weekend on my drive to LI.)
Sep. 5th, 2003 04:37 pm (UTC)
According to the Globe, it was Lieberman's misinterpretation of Dean's opinion that we should only do free trade with countries that have some standards for worker treatment. Dean later added that he hadn't said which ones, and specified some existing international ones rather than the high American ones.

Yes, I hate and blame the "Democratic Leadership Committee" or whoever is pushing so many media strings out there to favor Lieberman. I actually saw a cnn article claim that Lieberman was in the lead--it carefully did not say where or with what group, but implied overall.
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