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This is supposed to be the big tent party.  wea re all democrats here and we shuld be sticking togetehr.  All the drubeat of Joe must go is not helpig the Democraatic cause. Joe has been a reliable vote with the democrtas on many issues not having to do with foreig  policy he is very good ont he enviroment for exsample. more below

If we keep LIeberman in the cau=cus we have a good chance to get to the filibuster-prof majority with 60 votes anfd stop teh REepublicans from blocking Obamas agenda which he needs to get  passed if we can ever expect to get universal health csare of energy independce or tax cuts for the midle class. I am a middle class person who could use a tax cut im sure most of you are too. Obama ran on aplatform of inclusiveness for all americans and we don;t want to start his adminstration by kicking out someone who ahas been a solid progresive vote on alot of things in is career remember he also was te VP nominee of the pasrty back in 2000 and we lamost won if it wasnt for him we might not have been as close as it was in FLorida. Lieberman has did a good joba s chairman of the homeland security comittee you can tell because theres been no attack's on the homeland since he was in charge there and things seem to have got better with Fema to since the Katrina thing because the one this year in Houston was not so bad and the respons ewas pretty good by the goverment. i bet having liberman as a watchdig keepinf his eye on the adminsitration motivated them to do beter this tiem. so for these reasons I think we shuold keep Joe in the caucus and in the chair of the homeland securitt commitee he wil be a good and loyal democrat, just see.

Originally posted to GTPinNJ on Thu Nov 13, 2008 at 09:47 PM PST.



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