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dolstein Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-10-06 04:40 PM
Response to Reply #51
52. I don't have any problem with gay marriage
I just wouldn't insist on it as a litmus test for Democratic candidates.
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  -Lieberman not ruling out running as independent sabra  Apr-10-06 10:01 AM   #0 
  - Oh wonderful. Joementum wants to pull a Nader.  Vash the Stampede   Apr-10-06 10:02 AM   #1 
  - Nutmeggers, what do you think will happen May 20?  ayeshahaqqiqa   Apr-10-06 10:03 AM   #2 
  - Lamont isn't well known enough yet but if he gets the numbers to be in a  wordpix   Apr-10-06 02:08 PM   #28 
     - my town committee took a straw poll: 11 for Joe, 8 for Lamont  wordpix   Apr-10-06 02:17 PM   #30 
     - He was recently on KPFK (in Los Angeles) with Marcy Winograd,  coalition_unwilling   Apr-10-06 02:26 PM   #32 
  - He's "independent" so long as the umbilical cord still reaches to the  UpInArms   Apr-10-06 10:03 AM   #3 
  - He can Run as a Turd  saigon68   Apr-10-06 10:03 AM   #4 
  - Why would he even be  BlackHeart   Apr-10-06 10:05 AM   #5 
  - Because he is in deep trouble...for him to even mention this...  MadMaddie   Apr-10-06 10:56 AM   #12 
     - He's not in trouble; he's very popular in Conn.  brentspeak   Apr-10-06 11:17 AM   #15 
        - If he wasn't in trouble he wouldn't have said this.  Warren Stupidity   Apr-10-06 11:59 AM   #18 
           - Absolutely right  monarch   Apr-10-06 01:38 PM   #23 
           - Consider the source  worldgonekrazy   Apr-10-06 03:04 PM   #42 
  - First of all liberman should become a republican  still_one   Apr-10-06 10:07 AM   #6 
  - Seeing how Lieberman disagrees with Republicans on >90% of the issues  dolstein   Apr-10-06 01:36 PM   #22 
     - Especially when he said we shouldn't criticize bush* or his policies.  TankLV   Apr-10-06 02:28 PM   #34 
     - really  still_one   Apr-10-06 03:20 PM   #46 
     - he voted for the Iraq war and advocates ongoing occupation and  madmark   Apr-10-06 03:50 PM   #50 
  - If we had gotten rid of the 2 party system a long time ago, this  mdmc   Apr-10-06 10:08 AM   #7 
  - Go for it Joe!  NV Whino   Apr-10-06 10:26 AM   #8 
  - There you have it, Holy Joe apologists, the man has spoken!  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 10:30 AM   #9 
  - Are there any Holy Joe apologists left?  Teaser   Apr-10-06 10:37 AM   #10 
  - See post 22 above and 27 below.  TankLV   Apr-10-06 02:33 PM   #36 
  - Lieberman has been a Democrat all his life  dolstein   Apr-10-06 02:02 PM   #27 
     - and so was Zell Miller, a man you defended until he bolted to GOP  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 02:32 PM   #35 
        - Zell Miller endorsed Bush for reelection  dolstein   Apr-10-06 03:05 PM   #43 
           - Zell Miller never kissed Bush  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 03:15 PM   #45 
              - Actually, it was Bush who kissed Lieberman, but what does your homophobia  dolstein   Apr-10-06 03:21 PM   #47 
                 - Considering that you are the one opposed to full rights for LGBTs  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 03:57 PM   #51 
                 - I don't have any problem with gay marriage  dolstein   Apr-10-06 04:40 PM   #52 
                    - So civil rights for everyone isn't a priority for you? n/t  Solon   Apr-10-06 08:23 PM   #55 
                       - Sure it's a priority, but it's not my top priority.  dolstein   Apr-10-06 09:31 PM   #56 
                          - Some of us are not important enough.  TankLV   Apr-10-06 09:51 PM   #58 
                             - Well, you seem to be saying the rights of gay people are more  dolstein   Apr-10-06 10:32 PM   #60 
                                - Let's rewind that to about 40 years ago and here is your...  Solon   Apr-11-06 01:07 AM   #61 
                                   - I guess you need a few history lessons  dolstein   Apr-11-06 02:16 AM   #62 
                 - Homophobia? From IndianaGreen?  TankLV   Apr-10-06 09:49 PM   #57 
  - Shows how deep Joe's loyalty to the Democratic party goes.  amBushed   Apr-10-06 10:38 AM   #11 
  - Dumpjoe's party is AIPAC  ecoalex   Apr-10-06 11:12 AM   #14 
  - Doesn't surprise me  goclark   Apr-10-06 12:56 PM   #20 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Apr-10-06 11:02 AM   #13 
  - Good luck with that Joe  wicket   Apr-10-06 11:28 AM   #16 
  - Lieberman Should Run for Cover  Demeter   Apr-10-06 11:49 AM   #17 
  - X D EXACTLY!  Terran1212   Apr-10-06 04:44 PM   #53 
  - Holy Joe, Just get it over with. Switch to the Republican Party already!  Chi-Town Exile   Apr-10-06 12:20 PM   #19 
  - Joemented  DS1   Apr-10-06 01:17 PM   #21 
  - Run Joe Run,......Away!  raysr   Apr-10-06 01:38 PM   #24 
  - why don't we just cut the bull  newspeak   Apr-10-06 01:48 PM   #25 
     - We desperately need "new" parties  SoCalDem   Apr-10-06 03:32 PM   #49 
  - Has this man turned into such a traitor to the Democratic Party  lovuian   Apr-10-06 01:50 PM   #26 
  - He loves Bush more, in a Brokeback sort of way  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 02:33 PM   #37 
  - wow, this is certainly a mixed message: he's considering running as indie  wordpix   Apr-10-06 02:16 PM   #29 
  - I agree, it is a mixed message  dolstein   Apr-10-06 02:27 PM   #33 
  - Hey Joe, why not go the full 9 yards and run as a Repuke?  coalition_unwilling   Apr-10-06 02:22 PM   #31 
  - Because (a) he's a lifelong Democrat and (b) he's too liberal  dolstein   Apr-10-06 02:40 PM   #38 
     - There is nothing liberal about supporting torture and wars of aggression  IndianaGreen   Apr-10-06 02:46 PM   #39 
     - If Lieberman's a liberal, I'm a Marxist. Oh, wait, I am a Marxist.  coalition_unwilling   Apr-10-06 02:55 PM   #40 
        - "I think a party purified of its DLC elements actually would serve the . .  dolstein   Apr-10-06 03:09 PM   #44 
           - You raise several interesting points. I guess the best way  coalition_unwilling   Apr-10-06 03:26 PM   #48 
  - Typical Democrat Loonies who want to lose  ClarkBayh 2008   Apr-10-06 03:02 PM   #41 
  - Not ruling it out ends his career as a Democrat.  onehandle   Apr-10-06 05:27 PM   #54 
  - Two thoughts:  salin   Apr-10-06 10:08 PM   #59 
     - 1972 taught me that loyalty was a one way street to party establishment  IndianaGreen   Apr-11-06 08:22 AM   #63 
 

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