KERRY LAYETH THE SMACK DOWN ON LIEBERMAN
And it's about friggin' time, too.
Listen, I still haven't forgiven Kerry for his 2004 cave-in on the stolen election; nor have I forgotten that when it came time to challenge those Ohio election results in January 2005, his behind was in Switzerland talking like he was big-ballin', and sayin' nothing, while Barbara Boxer obeyed her conscience and did the right thing.
But, over at DKos, Kerry laid the smackdown on Lieberman about his position on Iraq in the most direct (for Kerry, anyway) manner possible.
Here's a tidbit:
"Iraq has been a national security disaster and a terrible set-back in the war on terror. As Robert Kennedy said of Vietnam, there is enough blame to go around. We must all accept our responsibility to change course. We don't need misleading speeches. We don't need slogans. We need leaders who will tell it straight and stand up to this administration and say it's time to change course. Ned Lamont is providing that kind of leadership..."
Kerry even looks Presidential:
If only Kerry had stuck to his guns two years ago, he could have ended this nightmare. But, then again, his not getting elected was probably a blessing in disguise, because remember, Dear Leader has already gone on record saying that the Mess'o'potamia we now see will be for the next President to clean up...