Thursday, July 06, 2006

Another sign why Democrats won’t win come November:

If there is one Democrat that I enjoy and could actually vote for, it’s Joe Lieberman. For those unaware, the Senator from Connecticut is facing an ugly primary fight, a fight that should not be happening. Never would we ever imagine, in either party, that a sitting three term Senator would have to worry about his party allowing someone to challenge his seat. A Senator, who only six years ago was picked to be his party’s nomination for Vice-President.

Boy how times have changed. The attack on Senator Lieberman and the desertion by many in his own party is not only a disgrace for Democrats but an inside look at a party that continues to pull away from main stream America. Whether it’s Nancy Pelosi being elected minority leader or Howard Dean getting the reigns at the DNC, the Democrat Party is heading in a direction opposite of what America believes.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. This is why Democrats will loose come November overall. The Republican’s win in California a couple weeks ago for an open House seat was just the beginning of an outcome in November where America says, “yeah we might be disappointed in Iraq but we’re not voting for a party represented by people who are at the extreme end of the spectrum”.

Senator Lieberman might just be the last sensible Democrat and the attempted outcasting by his party is telling the country that they will not tolerate moderate thinking. So the questions is, if Democrats can’t tolerate a moderate Joe Lieberman how can a moderate America expect to be properly represented by a government controlled by Democrats?

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