Primary Day: Lieberman Vs. Lamont

Primary Day: Lieberman Vs. Lamont

There are 86 comments on the Wcbstv.com story from Aug 8, 2006, titled Primary Day: Lieberman Vs. Lamont. In it, Wcbstv.com reports that:

With a new poll showing the race tightening between Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman and his anti-war opponent, both sides made their final pitches to voters in the nation's most closely watched primary election.

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Kevin

United States

#83 Oct 3, 2006
crystal wrote:
If only everyone thought like crusher, bravo!<quoted text>
How come liberals never criticized "CLINTON'S WAR IN YUGOSLAVIA?" Ten years later we still have U.S. troops over and it is costing 100's of millions to keep them there. Where is the outrage...I forgot...as long as it is a democrat the liberal sheep with just ignore it...
Kevin

United States

#84 Oct 3, 2006
Jim wrote:
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Go ahead Dems, keep giving these killers rights. I have an idea, send them all to the liberal Ivy League schools and let them take care of their needs. If you have not been there and seen what they do--"DON'T START GIVING ADDITIONAL RIGHTS". Just thank the people with the boots on the ground for protecting your sorry butts. How about the captive reporter that was cut into 10 pieces? Do you have a response to that? His weapon of choice-a notebook. You libs(Dems) are as much an enemy as we have in Iraq. Can you possibly imagine Hillary as president and "Billy Bob back in the oval office? Monica oh Monica "I'm backkkkkkkkkkk".
Jim, they are sending them Ivy league schools. Did you recently see that Columbia University invited the President of Iran to be an honored guest after his America bashing speech at the U.N.
They are also passing legislation to allow illegal immigrants to get free fiancial aid and low interest loans for college....now you know where the money that is going to be collected with higher taxes is going to go to
Jim

United States

#85 Oct 3, 2006
At the current rate of changes in our society, I figure I will be a minority within a few years. Then it is my turn to collect. After all, all I have is social security, company retirement and a couple of successful investments. Non of that should count, since I earned ALL OF IT MYSELF. Come on---I'm ready to step in line. Oh yes I forgot to mention the military career and the poor VA coverage. But who is complaining-not me Sarg! I would hope the Ivy League schools would open satelite campuses in --oh lets say, El Paso. It is absolutely amazing that we have all of these free speech rights in such an oppressing atmosphere. Try bashing the President of one of these "tin horn" countries in their country--Adios Amigo!
The unsilent majority,Jim
Badlands

Circle, MT

#86 Oct 5, 2006
HEY! Hello to Conneticut! I couldn't pass this up and I used to be Conservative and still am on many points but issues like the constitution, the War, Global Warming and a few others I will be voting for Leaders that are patriots; Perhaps you would like to use this simple model I made as well. So lets put away the damn labels an look for leaders. PS Our Jon Testor is ahead of Conrad Burns by 7 points in the latest poll.:^)

Patriotism: Devotion to the welfare of ones country. That is one
>dictionaries definition of the word. It is, one who cares enough to vote
>based on beliefs that the intended representatives influence will
>benefit the best interests of the Country and as a result will help the
>largest group of stakeholders, not special interests and not just
>oneself. Is this what J.F.K.had in mind when he penned the words “Ask
>not what your country can do for you but ask what can you do for your
>country”?.
>
>Everyone wants to be seen as a real patriot these days, yellow ribbons,
>and flags. But just what does that do for your country? How about a
>little less talk and a lot more action! True Patriotism starts in the
>voting booth. It really takes off when you can put what is important for
>the country ahead of yourself. Sometimes it means challenging what you
>think is right to listen to the sounds of the opposition and even voting
>for the man not the party.
>
>The real American Patriot is driven by love of the constitution, not by
>the fear of terror. This becomes difficult when so many disguise the act
>of patriotism with the support of amendments and doctrines that serve to
>weaken the very document that makes the Country strong. I would rather
>take my chances with future acts of terror and the constitution intact
>than give support to a group of fear mongers who wish to divide our very
>binding fiber in the name of “fighting terror”.

Thats a start, If we elect some real leaders mabey they can mop up Iraq, and get started going in the Right direction without the wrong wing.
Jim

United States

#87 Oct 6, 2006
"take my chances with future acts of terror"?
Give me a break. Circle Mt., population about 650, hidden in the wilds of Montana. What is the worse case senario, a crazed prairie dog. Don't know your background but you should know the bad guys still hate America. It is YOUR job and MINE to protect our freedoms and way of life. If it is necessary to eliminate them, so be it.
Don't count out Conrad Burns.

Take care of your country and beautiful state.
Joe

Laguna Beach, CA

#88 Oct 7, 2006
Badlands wrote:
HEY! Hello to Conneticut! I couldn't pass this up and I used to be Conservative and still am on many points but issues like the constitution, the War, Global Warming and a few others I will be voting for Leaders that are patriots; Perhaps you would like to use this simple model I made as well. So lets put away the damn labels an look for leaders. PS Our Jon Testor is ahead of Conrad Burns by 7 points in the latest poll.:^)
Patriotism: Devotion to the welfare of ones country. That is one
>dictionaries definition of the word. It is, one who cares enough to vote
>based on beliefs that the intended representatives influence will
>benefit the best interests of the Country and as a result will help the
>largest group of stakeholders, not special interests and not just
>oneself. Is this what J.F.K.had in mind when he penned the words “Ask
>not what your country can do for you but ask what can you do for your
>country”?.
>
>Everyone wants to be seen as a real patriot these days, yellow ribbons,
>and flags. But just what does that do for your country? How about a
>little less talk and a lot more action! True Patriotism starts in the
>voting booth. It really takes off when you can put what is important for
>the country ahead of yourself. Sometimes it means challenging what you
>think is right to listen to the sounds of the opposition and even voting
>for the man not the party.
>
>The real American Patriot is driven by love of the constitution, not by
>the fear of terror. This becomes difficult when so many disguise the act
>of patriotism with the support of amendments and doctrines that serve to
>weaken the very document that makes the Country strong. I would rather
>take my chances with future acts of terror and the constitution intact
>than give support to a group of fear mongers who wish to divide our very
>binding fiber in the name of “fighting terror”.
Thats a start, If we elect some real leaders mabey they can mop up Iraq, and get started going in the Right direction without the wrong wing.
The constitution is worthless if we are all dead for starters. The threat is real hence "9-11" ? We are actually fighting Iran in Iraq right now and you can be rest assured that we are not leaving Iraq anytime soon.I think you want whats best for us and I respect that and your opinion, but to think Bush is using fear tactics is playing politics and very dangerous considering the nature of the enemy.

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