Sore Loserman

Hey Joe, you LOST. You lost because you’re out of touch with your constituents and way too in-touch with Bush. You didn’t lose because your site was ‘hacked‘. Get over yourself and get behind the democratic nominee or at least exit the stage gracefully. Oh and there’s something on your forehead.

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6 Responses to “Sore Loserman”

  1. Mark Says:

    A quick heads up – Lieberman is a Douche is going to examine the broken system that would allow someone like Sore Loserman to defeat the purpose of party primaries.

  2. Brent Says:

    Dude, I think that also applies to Kerry and Gore, right? Note: I voted for Gore.

  3. Limulus Says:

    Brent: If you mean in terms of supporting Lieberman, Gore declined to publically support him before the primary and Kerry is certainly fundraising for Lamont:

    http://politicalwire.com/archives/2006/06/19/gore_refuses_to_back_lieberman.html
    http://lamontblog.blogspot.com/2006/08/kerry-raises-money-for-lamont.html

    If you mean in terms of the general elections of 2000 and 2004 though, I would argue that the scenario that would be closer would be as if, after Kerry won the backing of the Democratic party, Dean would have said that he was running as an independent.

  4. Brent Says:

    No, I meant in terms of Gore and Kerry still wanting to be president, even though they lost their elections. They have made asses of themselves since the elections that they lost –both of them.

    I like Lieberman. He is a good man, with good intentions.

    In a democracy, anyone can run if they want to. Blacklisting such as this, I find very saddening, and it reminds me of Soviet politics. Not good my friend, not good.

    Lieberman has every right to run, because it is a free country. Just like Gore and Kerry have every right to run for president (again) despite the fact that both of them lost before.

    Lieberman also lost this election. That is what a primary is –an election. If we hold this standard to Lieberman because of the disagreement over a single issue, then we should hold everyone else to that same standard, in fairness. This would mean that since Gore and Kerry lost their presidential elections, the must step down and not run.

    I’ve got to tell you, I am so sick of the two party system in this country, because it is getting us absolutely nowhere! it is like two steps forward and two steps back.

    We need real leadership, not the kind that just does what the party tells him/her to do. That is not leadership. That is called being a puppet. Would you rather have a leader who is independent, or just does what he is told?

    If you mean in terms of the general elections of 2000 and 2004 though, I would argue that the scenario that would be closer would be as if, after Kerry won the backing of the Democratic party, Dean would have said that he was running as an independent.

    Dean would not have won as an independant, because he is way too far to the left on just about every issue.

    If anyone is going to win as an independant, I think it will be McCain.

  5. Limulus Says:

    “I like Lieberman. He is a good man, with good intentions. In a democracy, anyone can run if they want to. Blacklisting such as this, I find very saddening, and it reminds me of Soviet politics. Not good my friend, not good.”

    You pulled the commie card again, that’s how I KNOW its a parody! ;)

    Or maybe not. Anyway, from my POV it looks like Lieberman is a self-serving phony.

    “We need real leadership, not the kind that just does what the party tells him/her to do. That is not leadership. That is called being a puppet. Would you rather have a leader who is independent, or just does what he is told?”

    Wait, are we talking about the same Joe Lieberman who said to Democrats that “in matters of war we undermine Presidential credibility at our nation’s peril”? (IOW, shut up, sit down and just do as you’re told)

  6. Oh no. Oh no no no. « Limulus Says:

    […] you all with me’ road…  I sincerely hope also that she has also not contemplated pulling a Lieberman; going the ‘Independent’ route and getting her name on the ballot alongside McCain and […]

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