DNC Chairman Howard Dean came out Sunday and urged Sen. Lieberman not to test the waters of Independent politics in the upcoming November mid-term elections.
“I know how hard this is for Joe, and he is a good person, but the truth is I lost one of these races and I got behind my party’s nominee and I think that is what you have to do if you want to help this country,” Dean, former governor of Vermont, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
“The way to help this country is to limit Republican power.”
Said another way Dean wants Lieberman to cast aside his political convictions, join hands with the peaceniks and terrorist appeasement monkeys of the far, far left.
Me thinks Dean got a hold of the latest Rasmussen poll that shows, by a margin of 46% to 41%, the fine citizens Connecticut may be rejecting any idea of sending Lamont to D.C.
I also think Dean should shut his yap (who was it that tossed Joe under the bus?) and let the system work as it’s designed to: i.e. anyone can run for elected office as long as the legal requiremennts are met.
Lieberman meets the requirements in spades and I seriously doubt he will ever call Saddam a “pain in the neck” like Dean has.