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Old 08-08-2006, 07:55 PM   #31
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There is just as much "my way or the highway" from the left as there is the right. Finger pointing on this issue is no better than the grade school playground argument.
Yes, with the glaring exception that the right controls the White House, the Congress, the Senate and essentially the judiciary.

And they've dune a heckuva job!
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Lieberman isn't entitled to his seat. If his constituents want somebody who, oh I dunno, agrees with them (!), then so be it.
A novel concept for American democracy.

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Will the Lamont Left be supporting Hillary in '08?
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Lamont Leads In Early Results
Connecticut // U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
128 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 17.11%
Lamont, Ned Dem 30,219 56.34%
Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 23,414 43.66%
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It's now down to an 8% lead. (as of 9:14

Even though there are a LOT of precincts yet to report, I find it hard to believe that the rest will go for Lieberman to give him a victory.
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this hacking is a ploy

there is no reason that lamont's people would do this

there is no gain in it for them



it gives Lieberman
some cover

when he loses and goes independent
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Joe Lieberman Website May Not Have Been Hacked - Report

By Jim Brogan
Aug 8, 2006

Joe Lieberman campaign manager Sean Smith, in an MSNBC interview with Chris Matthews today, told Matthews that the Joe Lieberman website has been hacked by operatives for the Ned Lamont campaign.

Ned Lamont's camp, naturally, soundly denied any involvement. A spokesperson reportedly issued this statement: "We strongly condemn whoever is doing this and urge them to stop."

However, the Joe Lieberman web site may not have been hacked after all. While researching this story we received this email:

"1. Unless and until Lieberman's hosting provider releases his logfiles (gateway router, www server, mail server, DNS server) for forensic review, all of this is speculation.

2. Using the following information:
a. the site has been down for 18 hours
b. email to (and from?) Joe2006.com addresses has been affected
c. Joe2006.com and mail.joe2006.com resolve to IP 69.56.129.130
d. the reverse lookup on that IP is 82.81.3845.static.theplanet.com
e. joe2006.com now forwards to http://server1.myhostcamp.com/
suspended.page/

3. It's highly unlikely this is a true DoS of DDoS attack. This is because we can ping all the IPs noted above and we can see the page at http://server1.myhostcamp.com/suspended. page. If this was a real DoS or DDoS attack, we'd not be able to see any of this and their servers would not be answering their ping at an average of 50ms (millisecond) per packet. True attacks bring down servers, routers and networks. From all available outside evidence this does not appear to be the case.
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U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
376 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 50.27%
Name Party Votes Pct
Lamont, Ned Dem 70,444 52.13
Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 64,700 47.87
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It's close, but i'm pretty certain Lamont has it.
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I'm not so sure this is even close. Lamont has it and Lieberman's history.
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Rumours of Liebermans death will be greatly exaggerated.
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Drudge just called it for Lamont.
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Drudge...
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Lieberman concedes .
Wonder how he'll do as an independent.
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Lieberman concedes .
Wonder how he'll do as an independent.
Were Republicans and Independents allowed to vote in the Democratic primary? If they were not, then this Billionaire dude will probably be toast in a few weeks.
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I'm not sure about that - but it'll be a 3 way race with the Republican in the mix.
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