Kerry calls Lieberman out for Iraq comments

As Frank James points out, this was included in John Kerry's latest email to supporters...


George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Karl Rove should know better, but it's no surprise they don't. For almost five years now, every time they've got their backs to the wall politically, they play "the fear card." The latest example: Dick Cheney claiming that Democratic candidates who dare to challenge the Bush White House on Iraq are "emboldening terrorists."
What's worse, and startling, is that in Connecticut Joe Lieberman is now echoing their intolerable rhetoric attacking the Democratic Senate nominee.
For the final tally on which Democratic senators are supporting the Democratic candidate, Ned Lamont, and which aren't check out Bob Geiger's post HERE. Come to think of it, check out Bob's blog in any case. And bookmark it. And make it your homepage. Bob Geiger returns to his own blog!

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