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17. Of course nothing. It was a conscious display to stroke his insatiable ego.
Every Senator who wins doesn't get applause when they walk into the room. What a ridiculous notion.
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  - Lieberman receives standing ovation at a closed meeting of all Senate Democrats Tuesday. trumad  Nov-14-06 03:47 PM   #0 
  - They're making sure he's "comfortable"  Norquist Nemesis   Nov-14-06 03:50 PM   #1 
  - He gets the comfy chair.  AtomicKitten   Nov-14-06 04:14 PM   #21 
  - Lieberman is going to demand some pretty disgusting  LibDemAlways   Nov-14-06 03:51 PM   #2 
  - Suckin' up  LiberalEsto   Nov-14-06 03:52 PM   #3 
  - He'd better enjoy it now- they won't have to kiss his traitorous ass forever.  dicksteele   Nov-14-06 03:52 PM   #4 
  - Oh, dear.  baby_mouse   Nov-14-06 03:53 PM   #5 
  - So what?  KingFlorez   Nov-14-06 03:54 PM   #6 
  - So they can grudginly accept him back into their party...  BlueStater   Nov-14-06 04:01 PM   #11 
  - Of course nothing. It was a conscious display to stroke his insatiable ego.  DemItAllAnyway   Nov-14-06 04:05 PM   #17 
  - Applause is one thing, but a standing ovation  WI_DEM   Nov-14-06 04:14 PM   #22 
  - I'd like to know who didn't cheer for him.  blm   Nov-14-06 03:54 PM   #7 
  - So would I.  tnlefty   Nov-14-06 04:02 PM   #14 
  - Brutus. Judas. Iago. . .  Lena inRI   Nov-14-06 03:57 PM   #8 
  - It's better that Joe feel welcomed by the Democrats  NewYorkerfromMass   Nov-14-06 03:58 PM   #9 
  - This so saddens me  Nite Owl   Nov-14-06 03:58 PM   #10 
  - lieberman is one man, and one man only  emulatorloo   Nov-14-06 04:03 PM   #15 
  - bottom line is most in the caucus hoped he would win  WI_DEM   Nov-14-06 04:01 PM   #12 
  - It's the Senate. What do you expect them to do? Spit on him?  Kagemusha   Nov-14-06 04:02 PM   #13 
  - nobody's talking about kicking him out of the caucus but should he  WI_DEM   Nov-14-06 04:13 PM   #20 
  - I repeat. What do you expect them to do, spit at him?  Kagemusha   Nov-14-06 04:48 PM   #36 
  - Yeah, but, but, but....  Peace Patriot   Nov-14-06 06:43 PM   #44 
     - I gladly concede the point. It's galling, yes.  Kagemusha   Nov-14-06 07:10 PM   #45 
  - How verrry touching. Politics as usual. Ugghhh.  Tierra_y_Libertad   Nov-14-06 04:04 PM   #16 
  - The story of the prodigal son comes to mind. I'm happy he was welcomed back.  David Zephyr   Nov-14-06 04:10 PM   #18 
  - "That took a lot of humility and grace on his part."  greyhound1966   Nov-14-06 04:15 PM   #23 
     - It did. We kicked his ass to the curb.  Kelly Rupert   Nov-14-06 04:20 PM   #26 
        - Yes.  David Zephyr   Nov-14-06 05:41 PM   #40 
        - "he came back"  GreenArrow   Nov-14-06 06:33 PM   #42 
  - I don't know what's worse . . .  amb123   Nov-14-06 04:12 PM   #19 
  - I trust that was sarcastic? (nt)  Nederland   Nov-14-06 04:15 PM   #24 
  - I trust you're being sarcastic?  amb123   Nov-14-06 04:23 PM   #28 
     - If you'd rather give the Senate to Republicans than tolerate a hawkish Democrat  Kelly Rupert   Nov-14-06 04:25 PM   #30 
        - As long as Joe threatens to vote with GOP,  amb123   Nov-14-06 04:39 PM   #33 
           - Oh, really?  Kelly Rupert   Nov-14-06 04:44 PM   #35 
              - Fine.  amb123   Nov-14-06 05:31 PM   #38 
  - I am glad to see those *sshole republican committee chairs gone  emulatorloo   Nov-14-06 04:32 PM   #32 
  - Had to happen...that's politics...  SaveElmer   Nov-14-06 04:17 PM   #25 
  - Ouch. That's going to leave a handmark on my face.  mmonk   Nov-14-06 04:21 PM   #27 
  - Flip-Flop Joe? First there was nothing that could tempt him to  Union Thug   Nov-14-06 04:24 PM   #29 
  - It's just politics, nothing more. The Democrats want Lieberman  smitty   Nov-14-06 04:29 PM   #31 
  - Don't you think it's practical politics to pretend he's OK? For 2 years?  KCabotDullesMarxIII   Nov-14-06 04:39 PM   #34 
  - Picture from Situation Room.  madfloridian   Nov-14-06 04:50 PM   #37 
  - Would they have given Lamont a standing ovation?  Alexander   Nov-14-06 05:35 PM   #39 
  - All about politics and power...  RiverStone   Nov-14-06 05:42 PM   #41 
  - Wish I hadn't seen this just after dinner  notsodumbhillbilly   Nov-14-06 06:35 PM   #43 

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