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I Hate Joe Liberman

This morning on Meet The Press Joe Liberman praised the actions of the GOP.

I know none of the Democrats are coming forward against the GOP violation of the constitution (which is anoying) but only Liberman is actualy PRAISING it. Sick.

I think Liberman and Miller should start a “Republican Democrats Club”… or…


March 27, 2005 - Posted by | The Progressive Movement


  1. //I know none of the Democrats are coming forward against the GOP violation of the constitution //

    Simply put, that is because there was none, and the at least some Dems are smart enough to keep their mouths shut, even when they disagree with what is going on, because they realize that it is within Congresses rights and power to do what they did. Move the issue from the States to the Federal system. I may not like Liberman, but at least he is not out preaching how good it is to starve Americans to death.

    Comment by ÐÇRøçk§ | March 28, 2005 | Reply

  2. First of all, no democrats are out preaching except Joe Liberman. And all he’s saying is how great the GOP is.

    Listen, through a series of loopholes, it may be constitutionaly sound to override the check that the judicial branch has on the legislative branch, but it is still moraly wrong to step into a personal family matter and pass legislation for one person.

    If the GOP cares about life why don’t they fund medicare so the hundreds of people who are taken off life support because the guardians cant pay are able to live in Persistant Vegitative States forever?

    Comment by chris | March 28, 2005 | Reply

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    Comment by ÐÇRøçk§ | March 29, 2005 | Reply

  4. Because the GOP has always been week on domestic issues outside of family values. I was a life long Dem until 9/11. I would still support them, if they could accept the fact the US is at war and come up with a policy other than “Anyone but Bush”. The GOP is sadly lacking on the domestic front IMO, but sadly, we ARE at war, and in times of war, other issues take on a much higher sense of urgency. After all, what is the point of worring about Social Services, when the future of the world is at stake. Sadly, most liberals havent even accepted we are at war, let alone the stakes we are fighting for.

    Comment by ÐÇRøçk§ | March 29, 2005 | Reply

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