I tried posing this question on Markos's front page story, using comments, but I think that using tips as votes doesn't work because it inhibits voting in an unpopular way. So I am creating a diary for the purpose of gathering answers to this poll.
NOTE: By "support" I mean activist support, not "rooting from my armchair" support or merely voting. I mean the sorts of things that we did in the election: giving money, making calls, and -- for those in state -- canvassing.
Here's the question:
How, if at all, do you believe that the Senate Democratic Caucus's selection of Joe Lieberman to be Chairman of the Senate Governmental Affairs and Homeland Security Committee of the 111th Congress will have affected the amount of activist support -- donations, calls, and canvassing -- you believe that you would have been likely to provide to the candidacy of Jim Martin in the Georgia U.S. Senate runoff had the vote gone against Lieberman?
To vastly oversimplify the positions that people have taken: some people are more excited because now we may reach 60 Senators in the Democratic Caucus, and others are demoralized by the vote and feel like they're just being used.
Please choose the answer that also indicates whether you supported or opposed the choice of Lieberman for Committee Chair, so that we might be able to get some interesting crosstabs.
*UPDATE:* Not that this poll is likely to be freeped, but just in case, as of 2240 hrs EST:
Pro-Lieberman (most to least activated): 8, 0, 1, 18, 0, 1, 2.
Anti-Lieberman (ditto): 19, 9, 4, 67, 11, 7, 32.