Saturday, October 14, 2006

Joe on the campaign trail

(posted on October 14, 2006 - click here to see images)

Joe was met on Friday by a huge group of diners and supporters100_0504.JPG at Coffee An’ Donut Shop in Westport. The small Westport staple (no pun intended for those of you from Westport) was so full that people had to file in behind the counter, including Joe himself. It was a natural fit for him though, as he walked over to some customers, introduced himse100_0515.JPGlf, and asked what he could get them.

One young supporter who was thrilled to see Joe asked about internship opportunities (he was probably 8) but the Senator assured him that when he was a few years older, he would be welcome to join his office in Washington and get an exciting first hand look at our government in progress. Today was another great day on the campaign trail, and with 24 days to go, everyone on the campaign team is filled with optimism!

More photos from Friday on our Flickr page.


Blogger CT Bob said...

Gee, another unannounced "campaign appearance" that was nothing more than a photo-op for the media. Big whoop.

Joe Lieberman will do everything possible to avoid actually meeting and talking with his real constituents. If you're not a carefully screened Lieberman supporter who passes the loyalty test (facing DC and screaming "I'LL VOTE JOE!" three times), you can forget about meeting your junior senator.

Keep up the with bashing the Democratic party, too. That'll be the best thing for Ned right now; he'll pick up those stragglers who stuck with you until they couldn't stand you anymore.

(This Free-Speech moment was brought to you by Connecticut Bob)

7:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go for the real test; ask Joe to meet his constituents at a large shopping mall.

What happened to the "Tomorrow Bus"? Wasn't that yesterday when Joe LOST the Democrat Primary?

12:15 PM  

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