Sunday, November 05, 2006

Wilton and Darien go for Joe

posted on Nov. 4h

The Wilton Bulletin and Darien Times lined up this week with over half a dozen other Connecticut newspapers to endorse Joe. Both papers cited the need to strengthen the sensible center in Washington to make progress on the issues that voters care most about. We're grateful for their support, and agree that a vote for Joe is a vote for less partisanship and more progress.

The Wilton Bulletin reminded voters that Joe "has been a strong advocate for Connecticut" for 18 years as "a middle of the road politician [who] has extended olive branches across party lines in a time when too many in both parties are teetering on the edge of the extremist cliff." And the Darien Times wrote that "Washington is becoming more and more partisan...[and] the Senate chamber needs more members like Joe Lieberman, not fewer."

LIEBERMAN FOR SENATE
WILTON BULLETIN
NOVEMBER 1st

Senator Joseph Lieberman has been a strong advocate for Connecticut since his first days in office in 1988. A middle-of-the-road politician, he has extended olive branches across party lines in a time when too many in both parties are teetering on the edge of the extremist cliff. His primary battle against Ned Lamont proved to be a referendum on the War in Iraq, but the general election should be about much more than that. There is much to be done in the months and years ahead, from reforming Social Security to keeping the economy on an upward trend and ensuring American security and safety at home and abroad. It will be moderates, like Mr. Lieberman, who will assure that this do-nothing Congress does a 180 and begins working for the people.

We endorse Mr. Lieberman for the U.S. Senate.

LIEBERMAN FOR SENATE
DARIEN TIMES
NOVEMBER 3rd

While the Democratic primary proved to be the Democrat’s referendum on the war, this U.S. Senate race is about much more. It is about the economy, it is about national security, it is about gas prices, it is about representing Connecticut and helping to lead America. It is about this country’s future.

Mr. Lieberman, while he at times sides with the left and other times with the right, is a leader among the middle. Washington is becoming more and more partisan — a partisan attitude that is seeping into our local politics. The Senate chamber needs more members like Joe Lieberman not fewer. We endorse Mr. Lieberman for U.S. Senate.


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Posted by: Eric Blankenbaker on 11/4/2006 at 5:03 PM

4 Comments:

Anonymous chele said...

Darien endorses Joe. Wouldn't want him to move in, but they'll endorse him.

And Joe brags about it.

2:26 PM  
Blogger Ozy said...

If you want to post an awesome YOUTUBE this one came up this morning! This video speaks for itself Connecticut and our Troops deserve better!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PpUIKD3-iw

3:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

" ...Mr. Lieberman, while he at times sides with the left and other times with the right, is a leader among the middle..."

He takes mainly from the right but will not hesistate to take from the left as well, accounting for his $19 million whoring efforts from lobbyists and other interest groups.

He is certainly a leader in unaccountable PETTY CASH use during democratic elections.

Joe LIE-man, save CT from this deluded, morally confused (btw he has also accepted money from the porn industry) and absolutely corrupted politician who only have one interest at heart - his own.

VOTE LAMONT.

6:42 PM  
Blogger BillG said...

Leiberman definitions:
bi-partisanship - accepting money from anyone in exchange for favors.
partisanship - investigating corruption and incompetence

7:51 PM  

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