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Lamont: The Clear Victor

Being from CT, I have been on a Ned Lamont high this entier week leading up to today’s debate.  I have watched this race grow from a silly dream of ct bloggers to one of, if no the, highest profile senatorial race in the country.  So high profile in fact that it is consistantly mentioned in Sunday morning talk shows and cable news punditry.

The debate was telivised not to the millions in the state of CT but to the tens of millions watching MSNBC, NBC 30 and C-Span tonight at 7 EST.  All I can say is wow!  What a showdown.  Lieberman came out swinging punches of negativity and insecurtiy from the getgo but Ned stayed calm and focused.  Lieberman came off like a bully, not a senior statesman.  He interupted Ned every chance he got and made constant attacks on Ned’s wealth and character rather than the issues.  It wasn’t an easy battle, but Ned came out the victor.  And I’m not the only one who thinks so either.


July 6, 2006 - Posted by | Decision '06

1 Comment »

  1. So you helped get Lamont nominated. What’s next? It will prove to be a hollow victory after Lieberman wins as an Independent in November. Grass-roots Democrats will rally around Lieberman because he is one of the most loyal Democrats in the Senate. The Net Roots Movement will be discredited as an anti-Democratic organization hell-bent on dividing Democrats to the benefit of the GOP kingmakers. Mark my word on this.

    Comment by J. T. Price | August 9, 2006 | Reply

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