Say It Ain’t So, Joe
But we already know Lieberman was likely to speak at the GOP convention. Now, it’s official.
It’s one thing to support McCain as the former Democratic VP nominee. That’s bad enough. But becomming the Zell Miller of 2008, by speaking in support of McCain in St. Paul makes it worse. And, beyond that, we know that Joe questioned Obama’s devotion to his country in York, PA on August 12:
“In my opinion, the choice could not be more clear: between one candidate, John McCain, who’s had experience, been tested in war and tried in peace, another candidate who has not,” Mr. Lieberman said. “Between one candidate, John McCain, who has always put the country first, worked across party lines to get things done, and one candidate who has not.
Now, the question remains: Is his GOP speech going to be mostly in praise of McCain or will it be more critical of Obama?Click here for reuse options!
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