I'm Going to Laugh My Ass Off

I'm going to laugh my ass off when Hillary wins West Virginia.  I hope she wins it by 40 points.  Hell, if it's 50 points I'll pee in my pants.  "But why?" asks the fearless leader of the Thermians.

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Time Is Running Out -- Let's Set The Record Straight

In all likelihood, the winner of the Democratic Party's early presidential primaries will turn out to be the winner of the current battle for the soul of the Democratic Party. And the general expectation seems to be that the earliest primaries
may well decide the final result.

Although the 2006 general elections resulted in the Democrats' gain of a one-vote majority in the Senate --  this gain was more then offset by  the ultimate cost of rewarding  the Republicans' all-time  favorite Democrat, Joe Lieberman, with the post of Chairman of the Senate Committee for Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

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The Newest GOP Savior

This should come as no surprise, with the choice between "pygmies" the GOP is now looking for its savior de jour.  Romney was supposed to be the savior, but he's too phoney.  Guiliani is well, too Guiliani, and Thompson is apparently either too dumb, too liberal (he was a lobbyist for abortion rights) or not a good enough fundraiser.  The other candidates are just plain crazy.

With the GOP banner in tatters, and the best candidate (Schwarzeneger) being constitutionally unavailable to run, the only place for conservatives to go is outside of the party.  Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the latest GOP savior:

Joseph Lieberman.

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My Left Nutmeg is afraid to discuss the truth about Lamont

The Lamont loss has made MLN very afraid of reasoned debate. Branford Boy and the crew @ MLN have prevented those who disagree with them from joining the debate over at the blog. I came over to MY DD to tell the story.

Here are some reasons for the loss:

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CT-Sen: My Prediction for Lamont and Why

We have all been following the ST-Sen race with a certain sense of baited breath.  He stepped over certain lines when he started using talking points from Karl Rove, and has made it very clear that he is going to be a very independent vote in the Senate if he wins.  To me that is code for continuing his Neo-Con agenda.

You have seen the latest polling, showing Lieberman up, 49-37-8.  That looks like a race out of the margin of error and GOTV, but I think it will be a very close one tomorrow and possibly even a victory for Lamont, and I'll tell you why.

Party Loyalty and Ballot Placement.

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