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newshutr
10-13-2008, 01:35 PM
He talked so much good about McCain, it was amazing. I thought he was pulling my leg at first but I could see how sincere he was in his conviction about John McCain for President.

Here is his picture.

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y201/newshutr/jpeg108.jpg

Got to talk to him for a few minutes one on one this morning. Really nice man and very sure that McCain is the right man for the job.

LibraryLady
10-13-2008, 01:42 PM
Very cool I think Lieberman is a decent man (although I disagree with him on lots of things)

I wonder what will happen if he is the dems 60th vote in the Senate.

newshutr
10-13-2008, 01:48 PM
Very cool I think Lieberman is a decent man (although I disagree with him on lots of things)

I wonder what will happen if he is the dems 60th vote in the Senate.

I mentioned that it's great that he puts party politics aside and supports John McCain. The Senator said to me, "It's not that I'm all anti-Obama. It's that I'm pro-John McCain. I know the man. I know his soul. He's the right man for America."

Perilloux
10-13-2008, 07:24 PM
That is awesome! I don't agree with him on a lot things, but I have a lot of respect for him. I do agree with him on National Security issues, and obviously on his choice for President.

Emeraldsun
10-13-2008, 07:27 PM
Mr Liberman (along with all the other Dems for McCain) has simple common sense. Common Sense; what it boils down to. :D

Speedy
10-13-2008, 07:39 PM
I respect Joe Lieberman and like him to Reagan. Not that he is a great Conservative like Ronaldus Maximus, but because Joe truly believes what he stands for. I may not agree with his stances on most things, but he does not cast his votes because it would help his party or push forward an agenda, but because he adheres to his principles. For that, I cannot fault the man. When he speaks he speaks forthrightly and truthfully and will not waver in his position. Even he admits that Sarah Palin was a better choice for VP than he would have been to help McCain win. Overall, he is a good man.

newshutr
10-13-2008, 07:53 PM
I respect Joe Lieberman and like him to Reagan. Not that he is a great Conservative like Ronaldus Maximus, but because Joe truly believes what he stands for. I may not agree with his stances on most things, but he does not cast his votes because it would help his party or push forward an agenda, but because he adheres to his principles. For that, I cannot fault the man. When he speaks he speaks forthrightly and truthfully and will not waver in his position. Even he admits that Sarah Palin was a better choice for VP than he would have been to help McCain win. Overall, he is a good man.

The one thing he told the group he addressed this morning was the fact that America's security depended on McCain and that Obama was the wrong man to protect America.

Cold Warrior
10-13-2008, 07:58 PM
Our Senator from Connecticut is probably the most honest man in politics today. He doesn't bow down to the anti-American crowd who want our defeat on the world stage to "teach us a lesson," nor does he bow down to the whacky-whacky crowd who want to impose their moral agenda through government action. The ideal ticket would be a Lieberman/Biden or a Liberman/Romney ticket, but, unforunately, this is the real world. We need to get the ideologues from both sides out of the process, but we won't. Perhaps I'll write in Joe instead of voting for Barr.

jendf
10-13-2008, 07:59 PM
Way cool, newshutr! I thought this was going to be a reverse-bouncy thread at first. :D

newshutr
10-13-2008, 08:37 PM
Way cool, newshutr! I thought this was going to be a reverse-bouncy thread at first. :D

That's why I worded it that way.....:D

Eyelids
10-13-2008, 09:06 PM
I wonder if you guys thought this well of him in 2000?

Cold Warrior
10-13-2008, 09:10 PM
I wonder if you guys thought this well of him in 2000?

Actually, I did. I simply thought AlBore was an idiot.

On edit: However, I did not follow that election as closely as I was in Sarajevo at the time. :D

megimoo
10-13-2008, 09:17 PM
The one thing he told the group he addressed this morning was the fact that America's security depended on McCain and that Obama was the wrong man to protect America.

"America's security depended on McCain and that Obama was the wrong man to protect America."

........Bingo, Give That Man A Cigar !

Eyelids
10-13-2008, 09:19 PM
Actually, I did. I simply thought AlBore was an idiot.

On edit: However, I did not follow that election as closely as I was in Sarajevo at the time. :D

Well you live in his state and stuff, plus you aren't a total fucking idiot.

newshutr
10-13-2008, 09:28 PM
Well you live in his state and stuff, plus you aren't a total fucking idiot.

Being a total fucking idiot, you should know.

megimoo
10-13-2008, 09:35 PM
Our Senator from Connecticut is probably the most honest man in politics today. He doesn't bow down to the anti-American crowd who want our defeat on the world stage to "teach us a lesson," nor does he bow down to the whacky-whacky crowd who want to impose their moral agenda through government action. The ideal ticket would be a Lieberman/Biden or a Liberman/Romney ticket, but, unforunately, this is the real world. We need to get the ideologues from both sides out of the process, but we won't. Perhaps I'll write in Joe instead of voting for Barr.Are you well,sober ?That has to be the most rational thing you have poster in quite a while.The Casco Bay air did you some good !

SarasotaRepub
10-13-2008, 10:08 PM
Thanks for the post newshutr!!! Cool stuff.:cool:

BadCat
10-13-2008, 10:10 PM
He may support McCain, but he's a Dimocrat at heart and by the way he votes. He's very liberal and I have no respect whatsoever for the man.

Cold Warrior
10-13-2008, 10:16 PM
Are you well,sober ?That has to be the most rational thing you have poster in quite a while.The Casco Bay air did you some good !

Beautiful place, megs! A bit remote for me, but one can still appreciate the beauty of the forlorn and desolate (and I really don't mean that desparingly). Reminds me of Skye and the Scottish highlands. Have you been there?

Phillygirl
10-14-2008, 12:17 AM
Very cool, NewsH!

At the McCain/Palin rally I have to say his speech was by far the best of all there. I can't stand Specter, so not a great surprise that I didn't like him there, but Lieberman was really good. I was impressed and he was a hell of a campaigner for the ticket.

PoliCon
10-14-2008, 12:54 AM
Our Senator from Connecticut is probably the most honest man in politics today. He doesn't bow down to the anti-American crowd who want our defeat on the world stage to "teach us a lesson," nor does he bow down to the whacky-whacky crowd who want to impose their moral agenda through government action. The ideal ticket would be a Lieberman/Biden or a Liberman/Romney ticket, but, unforunately, this is the real world. We need to get the ideologues from both sides out of the process, but we won't. Perhaps I'll write in Joe instead of voting for Barr.do us all a favor and just say home. Smash your computer while you're at it.