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November 05, 2006

The Most Dangerous Man In Washington

It isn’t hard to make a Jew paranoid; you’ve got the weight of history to help out. But this year there’s a man preying on his own people, and his name is Joe Lieberman.

Not content with his double-digit lead going into the election, this weekend damn near every Jew in Connecticut received a couple of mailers informing them that the Democratic Party has turned its back on Lieberman in favor of such well-known Jew haters as, and I quote, Cindy Sheehan, Michael Moore, John Dingell, and Al Sharpton.

Damn. Well known “Democrats” like Cindy Sheehan, Michael Moore, John Dingell, and Al Sharpton are big-time Jew haters. Who knew? Except for Lieberman, of course.

When a man plays the race card against his own people this close to an election that by all appearances will be a slam-dunk for him, his character becomes so clear even Ray Charles could see it clearly. And Ray Charles is dead.

Control of the Senate is going to be a close call. The Democrats need seven seats: six for majority, the seventh to make up for Lieberman. But if Joe becomes the swing vote – and, statistically, that is likely to happen often – then this lying bigot becomes the most dangerous man in Washington.

That means both the Democrats and the Republicans will court him constantly. It’s ironic that a man who keeps kosher will be offered so much pork. If the Democrats win control, Joe will be offered significant committee chairmanships. If the Republicans want Joe to switch in order to retain control, he will be offered significant committee chairmanships.

No matter which party wins, this filthy, disgusting, lying bigot will achieve great power. Going into the election, he wields the considerable power he already possesses to assure his victory by mindlessly branding people who have the courage to speak out against senseless murder as anti-Jewish.

Ashkenazi like myself have a phrase for it. A shanda for the goyim. Joe Lieberman, you are swine.

Posted by Mike Gold at November 5, 2006 10:02 AM

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Are you sre the materials you refer to are legit?

Remember - Rove is known to have pulled the "black" propaganda stunt before by issung fake documents attributed to an opponent that tend to undermine his powerbase...

Posted by: mike weber at November 6, 2006 01:32 AM

From this very blog on August 09, 2006

"Ding, Dong The Witch Is Dead!...
Come November, Ned Lamont will become Connecticut’s next senator."


Nice prediction there, Kreskin!

Posted by: Lance Mannion at November 8, 2006 04:07 AM

Looks like Lieberman is the big winner in the Senate. Unless my math is off, even if the Dems take both Montana and West Virginia, they'll still need Lieberman for 51. So, if it's R49-D50-I1, both parties will be ready to give Joe whatever he wants.

Interestingly enough, if the Senate ends up R50-D49-I1, the Republicans won't actually need Lieberman's support -- cuz Cheney is the tie-breaker.

Posted by: Rick Oliver at November 8, 2006 09:55 AM

Perhaps interestingly, though, there should be 2 independents in the Senate. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont who's won the seat vacated by retiring Republican-turned-Independent Jim Jeffords.

(Of course, Lieberman said he'd caucus with the Democrats, and I imagine Sanders might do likewise with the Republicans, so it all seems so even...)

So isn't the tally right now:




with two Senate races in Montana and Virginia yet to be called?

Posted by: tommy raiko at November 8, 2006 12:33 PM

...and I imagine Sanders might do likewise with the Republicans, so it all seems so even...)

Whoops. I take that back--I think I was confusing Sanders' position with his predecessor Jeffords'. Sanders has said he's more likely to align with the Democrats, which makes sense given his history and philosophy.

Posted by: tommy raiko at November 8, 2006 12:38 PM

And further correcting my earlier post, the tally then was:




With those two I's leaning toward D for many intents and purposes.

But now folks are calling Montana for the Democrats...

Posted by: tommy raiko at November 8, 2006 12:59 PM

Sanders calls himself a socialist and will likely side with the Democrats in almost all matters.

Posted by: Rick Oliver at November 8, 2006 05:50 PM

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