General Wesley Clark, who I have no doubt would be managing matters in the Middle East with far greater skill and attention than our incumbent President, made a blunt nudge at Senator Joe Lieberman on Friday.
Clark was blogging about the 2006 Elections on DailyKos. In response to a question about Senator Lieberman’s run, he wrote:
I am a proud member of the Democratic Party, and I believe it is our party’s responsibility to support the will of the Democratic primary voters in Connecticut. I personally look forward to supporting the candidate CT voters elect as the Democratic nominee.
Though, as an aside, I must say I find it ironic that Senator Lieberman is now planning a potential run as an independent after he continually questioned my loyalty to the Democratic Party during the 2004 presidential primary.
It seems like Joe Lieberman was all for ‘loyalty oaths‘ until he had to swear one himself.
On other Lieberman fronts, here is an interesting piece on Senator Lieberman’s “organizing problems” in Connecticut.
— Steve Clemons