Archive for the 'Connecticut' Category

Thanks, Ned

Tuesday, August 8th, 2006

Spread the word.  The Michael Moore wing of the Democrat Party is now calling the shots.  With the primary victory of Ned Lamont, Democrats have shown that they are unwilling to accept anyone who is serious about national security.  Speaking out in support of American troops, opposing a cut and run “strategy” in Iraq, expressing […]

Two Northeast Incumbents Toast

Thursday, August 3rd, 2006

Senators Joe Lieberman and Rick Santorum Samuel Mudd had better start putting together their resumes as new polls confirming old ones show that they´ll both be returned to the private sector in January.  Scott Rasmussen shows the junior traitor, er, Senator, from Pennsylvania trailing by 11 with Casey, RS´s sole endorsed Democrat, at 50.  Only […]

Thanks Congressman, Sort Of

Monday, July 24th, 2006

Congressman Nancy Johnson today did her part to help and hinder the quickly-sinking campaign of Sen. Joe Lieberman.  Offering praise for the Senator, calling him “good for Connecticut”, she criticized GOP nominee Alan Schlesinger.  The help, if it can be called that, is just about the last thing Lieberman needs as he attempts to fend […]

Lieberman to Run as Indy, Remain Democrat

Monday, July 3rd, 2006

Sen. Joe Lieberman announced that he plans to petition for an independent spot on the November ballot, allowing him to stay in the race even if he fails to win his Party´s primary.  Unfortunately, Lieberman also said that he would continue to caucus with the Democrats even if he loses his primary.  That decision makes it […]

Opportunity Knocking?

Friday, May 19th, 2006

Tonight, Connecticut Democrats endorsed Sen. Joe Lieberman for reelection by a margin of 2:1.  While that is a strong show of support for Lieberman, it also shows that primary challenger Ned Lamont already has significant backing within the Party.  Fueled by the most radical elements of the Democratic Party, Lamont’s campaign is serving as a […]

Connecticut Gets More Interesting

Monday, April 17th, 2006

After months of infighting among Connecticut’s left (Lieberman supporters) and Connecticut’s far left (Lamont supporters), the GOP has finally fielded a candidate to be in position to take advantage of the situation.  Former Derby Mayor Alan Schlesinger has stepped up to the plate.  Schlesinger’s late entry is usually bad news for someone with relatively little name […]