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Wednesday, August 09, 2006


Senator Joe Lieberman (D Conn) lost to Ned Lamont in the Connecticut Democratic primary yesterday 51% - 48%. Today Lieberman's campaign filed to run as an Independent candidate on the November ballot. Recent polls show that as an Independent Lieberman would receive 51% of the vote to Lamont's 39% with the Republican challenger receiving 8%. Many have touted the Lieberman defeat as a referendum on the President and specifically the conflict in Iraq since Lieberman has supported the war and the President on the war. While a certain percentage of this is true, for Lieberman to immediately file as an Independent and polls showing that he can still win the states Senate seat speaks louder that the far left wing of the Democratic party which voted for Lamont in yesterday's primary does not speak for the state of Connecticut. George Soros and Move on . org spent millions on the Lamont run as did the candidate. Could this be a sign of how future Democratic candidacy will be handled ? Since the inception of the 527's after the McCain/Feingold Campaign Finance Reform bill was adopted people like George Soros have gained a controlling interest in liberal candidates because of the money that he and his 527 have to use toward a campaign. Will the future of the Democratic party be candidates and elected officials who owe a financial allegiance to the George Soros' of the left wing ? Could this signify the beginnings of Soros puppets in the Democratic party ? Soros spent millions and actually held two conventions with McCain and Feingold as speakers to push the Campaign Finance Bill they jointly sponsored. The passing of the bill ended , "soft, " money which the Democrats depended on far more than the GOP and this in turn gave Soros a large financial stake in funding campaigns through the 527's. Though the funds cannot be funneled directly through the campaign as that would violate the Campaign Finance law the use of the 527's to back a candidate has given the opportunity to field candidates that fit the radical left wing and anti-Capitalist agenda that Soros backs through his organization. It seems ironic to me that Soros who made his billions by Capitalism so feverishly condemns the very establishment that allowed his fortune to exist. Senator Lieberman realizes that the left wing and Soros do not speak for the state of Connecticut which too is indicated by recent polling thus he has thrown his hat into the ring as independent. Lieberman stated that he is, "fed up with all the partisanship in Washington that stops us from getting anything done." This is precisely why he votes his conscience. I stated yesterday that there are numerous policies that I disagree with Lieberman but the point is that for Soros and the left wing of the Democratic party, (a radical wing that even many in the party are not fully aware of), to have the ability to manipulate an election as they have in Connecticut should anger anyone regardless of party affiliation. This is not just a grass roots effort but a well financed, highly organized take over of a legitimate party by a radical socialist who hates America and has used this same tactic to manipulate and control elections and governments in other countries and now is taking aim at The United States. I believe that the American people have enough sense to see through this radical Soros leftist wing of the Democratic party and continue to vote on the issues and not the rhetoric spewed by the 527's controlled by Soros and those like him. But what took place in Connecticut yesterday reveals the danger that George Soros and his radical cronies who use their money to manipulate elections poses to our electoral process and the fate of our Republic.

Ken Taylor


Blogger Indigo Red said...

Maybe this will lead to a real and viable third party. Many of us don't like either of the major parties and the others are Johnny One-note parties. I would consider leaving the Republican Party if there was something between the Reps and Dems.

12:38 PM, August 09, 2006  
Blogger Gayle said...

Lieberman is - or was - a rare Democrat of the old school. "He voted his conscience." What a wonderful thing to be said about a politician. I admire Lieberman immensely for standing up for what he believes is right.

Soros is a mystery. He would never have made it in a socialist country!

Excellent post. :)

1:42 PM, August 09, 2006  
Blogger Rob said...

Excuse me, but Soros gave $1000 to Ned Lamont's campaign - that is it. MoveOn endorsed Lamont after taking a poll of its Connecticut members - so what? That is democracy at work.

It is a fact that Joe Lieberman outspent Lamont and he had millions more in cash on hand - Senators are not poor. The idea that Lamont and his supporters outspent Lieberman is simply ridiculous.

The reason Lieberman lost was simple - Democratic voters turned out for change. He is entitled to vote his conscience - I wish all politicians would do so. However, if his constituents disagree with him then they have a right to find someone that they feel will better represent them. It is called democracy.

Lieberman was up in the polls against Lamont just 4 weeks ago - a poll showing that he would win in a three-way race is meaningless right now. The election is in November. My guess is that Lamont will enjoy more support as Iraq continues to become an even bigger sinkhole.

2:15 PM, August 09, 2006  
Blogger The Liberal Lie The Conservative Truth said...

The $1000 that Soros gave to Lamont was the legal limit, the millions came trough the use of his 527 in adds as well as attack campaigns against Lieberman. Not to mention the Internet use from Move On. This is where the money trail is. Don't you always say, "follow the money,?" Well this is the Soros way of manipulating with money a campaign. When he backs a candidate they also have a certain allegience to him because of his money. Again follow the money!


10:48 AM, August 10, 2006  
Blogger Rob said...

Show me a link to the allegations you are making about significant outsider funding and I will believe you. I am not saying it is untrue, but I am not aware of any evidence to support this conspiracy of outsiders that you are alluding to.

Going into the final weeks of the campaign, Lieberman had $4.3 million in cash on hand to Lamont's $300,000. Money had little to do with this race.

The reason Lieberman lost is just good old fashioned democracy. My guess is that he will abandon his independent run after a few weeks. We'll see.

11:34 AM, August 10, 2006  
Blogger The Game said...

moonbat Dem's are happy Lieberman lost, but really, they lost. In the general election, either Lieberman or whomever the Republican is will win. That means even less hope of the Dem's winning back the Senate.

12:21 PM, August 10, 2006  
Blogger Rob said...

First of all, there is no possible way that Alan Schlesinger (the Republican Senate candidate) will win. A couple of weeks ago it was found out that he has thousands of dollars of Atlantic City casino debts and that we gambled at a Connecticut Indian casino under the assumed name, "Alan Gold." So much for Republican family values.

Second, now that the Democratic Party is falling in behind Lamont that means a whole lot more money and momentum, so we can expect to see his poll numbers rise not stay the same or fall.

Third, Lieberman looks like a desperate guy who is trying to hold on to power to me, and I am guessing to a lot of others. The mere fact that Republicans like Dan Senor and the White House back him are not going to do anything but hurt him with Connecticut voters.

Fourth, the Iraq war is a disaster and is going to only worsen, making Lieberman even weaker.

Fifth, if Lieberman wins (which is unlikely in my opinion) he will caucus with the Dems just as Jeffords did, so it doesn't make a difference in terms of Senate control. There is absolutely, positively no way he will caucus with the Republicans.

Like I said earlier, in a couple of weeks I expect Lieberman to drop out. He is a realist and as the poll numbers slip he will realize his futility.

Remember, just 6 weeks ago his poll numbers were solid and he looked to be in good shape. Now, everything is going against him and I don't see anything to help him improve. That is my analysis, but obviously we will have to see.

2:16 PM, August 10, 2006  
Blogger Vern1966 said...

Although I am 100% for publicly financed elections, the idea that you're pointing fingers at the Democratics for cowtowing to money while industry insiders and lobbyists literally are writing this Republican congress's legislation is absolutely ridiculous. It also seems to be a common right-wing tactic to call the Democratic party "far left" or "radical" by adopting a platform that the majority of Americans actually support. Yeah, it probably would be fairly radical for Republicans to do something as "extreme" as listening to their constituents.

3:02 PM, August 16, 2006  
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