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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

IS THIS THE FUTURE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY?

Senator Joe Lieberman (D CONN) is in the fight of his political life to gain the Democrat nomination in today's primary to retain his long held seat in the Senate. Lieberman who has always voted his conscience and in whom I disagree in much of his social and domestic policies has been a staunch supporter of the War on Terror and has voted as have many other Democrats to fund and support the war effort. He has made several trips to Iraq and after each has returned with a favorable report of progress with ideas that he observed could improve the situation. The reason for this fight at the polls is that his opponent cable TV mogul Ned Lamont is an anti-war Democrat and recent polls have given him a double digit lead with likely Democratic voters. Though Lieberman has gained in the last few days he is still 5 to 6 points behind in most polls. Additionally a hacker who it would seem is against Lieberman crashed his website today which has added to the Senators problems. It seems that regardless of how a Democrat has voted in following the parties platform that if one does not adhere to the letter the agenda of the far left then the party no longer has any use for them. Senate voting records show that Lieberman has voted along party line 90% of the time but has been adamant in his support for the war which is in opposition to the party. Statewide polls in Connecticut polling all likely voters and not just Democrats show that Lieberman could still win re-election if he were to run as an independent which the Senator has stated that he would do if he were to lose the primary. This again shows that the far left of the Democrat party is out of touch with the average voter since Lieberman could win without party support as an independent. So the question arises, "is this the new face of the Democratic party?" If any candidate or elected official does not follow lock, stock and barrel the far left of the party does the party throw them aside ? Is an individual not allowed to think or vote their conscience if it disagrees with the party leadership or the far left who control the party money and influence ? Does George Soros and the Move On .org wing of the party control the agenda and all others are left in the cold ? The reaction to Lieberman would lead one to believe that this is the case. Howard Dean's influence and those like him on the far left have taken over the party to the detriment of the more moderate Democrats. Though the Republicans have had their problems and in my opinion have drifted from much of the conservative agenda that placed them in the majority, (though recently they have begun to see the light), this power grab by the far left of the Democrat party can do nothing accept assist the Republicans in keeping the majority. I have written numerous times concerning why I believe that in November when the election results are in the GOP will retain both the House and Senate. There could possibly be a loss of seats thus reducing the majority but the agenda of the far left in the Democrat party is one of the major reasons why I do not believe that the GOP will lose majority status. The results of the Connecticut primary will make the picture clearer. Though November is still several months away and quite a lot can happen before then it seems very obvious to me that the far left control of the Democrat party will keep them in the minority.

Ken Taylor

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Blogger Rob said...

I don't understand your reasoning. The war in Iraq is highly unpopular and growing more unpopular every day. The fact that Lieberman may be thrown out because of his support is not surprising.

We will see at the end of the day whether Lamont's voters came out or if it was just flirting with a challenger.

Why should Democrats follow your advice? They have largely lost ground over the last several elections because they have not been able to distinguish themselves in any way. You may not like what they offer, but they do offer change.

FYI, a good site to look at is Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball. Sabato is certainly not a liberal (he is always on Fox News), but I respect his analyses as fair and usually on the mark. He is moving his predictions toward a rising tide of change.

http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/

4:32 PM, August 08, 2006  
Blogger The Liberal Lie The Conservative Truth said...

My reasoning is this: the only real difference between Lieberman and Lamont is their view of the war. Lieberman was very favorable with the party until he followed his conscience and not the party about the war. Since then there has been systematic effort by the far left to discredit Lieberman. That would lead one to believe that if one does not toe the party line then one may get the boot.

Ken

4:52 PM, August 08, 2006  
Blogger Rob said...

No, Lieberman voted for the bankruptcy bill, he supported congressional intervention in the Schiavo case (which I thought was a twisted overreach of government power), he supports school vouchers, and supports major changes to Social Security.

The fact that the Democratic Party establishment was defending Lieberman is the problem - not the fact that there is a groundswell of voters who want a change. The grassroots effort to force change is what I would call democracy at work. Voters matter - that is what makes this country great.

10:42 PM, August 08, 2006  
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