Appearing in PUBLIC!
U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman is taking his campaign on the road tomorrow.Here's an opportunity to see the Senator who so vigorously defends the President's right to invade any country he wants, and ask him a respectful question. And bring your video camera.
The incumbent Democrat, who faces a tough primary challenge from Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont, is calling the trip “Joe’s Tomorrow Tour.” Stops are scheduled in Rocky Hill, Meriden, Naugatuck, Seymour, Ansonia, Orange and New Haven.
Tomorrow’s stops mark the first day of a ten-day tour of the state.
10:00AM Pre-tour Press Conference
Lieberman Campaign Headquarters
1800 Silas Dean Highway
Rocky Hill, CT
11:00AM Stop at Lieberman Headquarters
3 Colony Street
Followed by walk down Main Street to the YMCA
12:15 PM Nardelli’s Grinder Shop
87 Maple Street
1:15 PM Sweets and Eats
60 North Main Street
2:00 PM Massimino’s Pizza
70 Main Street
4:00 PM Stop and Shop
259 Bull Hill Lane
5:00 PM “Bar”
254 Crown Street
Go forth and meet your Senator. After all, he represents all the people in Connecticut–and he even sat down with me once. It’s your turn!
Of course, you could go see Ned Lamont instead. His schedule of public events can be found here–since March 2006.
Watch out for "Jelly" though...someone claimed he might stick thumbtacks in your balloons. And don't walk in front of Joe's bus...something tells me that the brakes might fail if you're wearing a Lamont button and carrying your video camera.
But if you DO get run over, keep shooting! And get me the tape.
UPDATE! So today is Day One of the "Lieberman On Ice" tour (sorry, but it DOES have a kind of cheesy, "Ice Capades-esque" feel to it). We've established that.
Where's the rest of the schedule, Joe? Are you going to continue with your usual chicanery and keep it a closely guarded secret until the very last minute? Is this just a publicity stunt that you're claiming to make yourself available, but won't release any details until the LAST MINUTE?
Where ya gonna be next week, Joe? Can anyone see you next Tuesday, Joe?
The more Joe changes, the more he stays the same.