Markos: Lieberman campaign incompetent

Markos Moulitsas, founder of DailyKos, took four whole minutes off from blogging about the CT primary--so he could talk about it with Keith Olbermann.

The first topic covered is the accusation that Lieberman made concerning his Web site crashing. Lieberman blamed those crafty little bloggers who hate him so much for his site crashing.

How does Moulitsas feel about that?

"It's pretty much more evidence of the incompetence of the Lieberman campaign, incompetence that has put them in a position to potentially lose the election today. Fact is, they have a cheapie serving account..."
Hey, Lieberman--you lost, you're incompetent AND you have a cheapie serving account.

Moulitas goes on to explain the beauty of the left-wing blogosphere--and why some politicians hate it oh-so-much:
"People inside Washington, D.C., don't like the rights of people powered politics. They don't like regular Americans taking charge of their own politics, getting involved. They can't control it, the message is out of control--who votes is out of control. And, this is not something that they care for. They want to squash it before it gets too big, but they can't do it because there are no leaders to squash, its a broad-based movement, there are millions of people involved, and they're either going to have to deal with it learn to live with it, or they are going to suffer miserable lives as a result..."
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