Here's a new campaign flyer for Joe Lieberman (if he was honest!)
A talented Lamont supporter named Paul Molloy emailed this and a few others to me tonight, and I'm glad to have it 'cause I need time to get working on the latest video. I just got back from Emily Lamont's speech at Dos Amigos, a fine Mexican eatery located at 910 East Main St. in Torrington, CT, just about 1/2 mile east of Route 8 on Route 202. Good food, too! Go there and show the owner some appreciation for being an early Ned supporter.
I also got a lot of Democrats to voice their support of Ned on video, which I'm currently editing into a nice, happy, POSITIVE campaign ad. Hopefully I'll get it online by sometime tomorrow. Be patient, it'll be worth it!
And Emily's speech will hopefully have decent enough audio so I can post it, because it was amazingly good. Emily spoke with more poise, confidence, and conviction than any teenager should possess.
I later conversed with a couple eating dinner after her speech and asked if they were supporting Ned Lamont. The husband said he was a lifelong Republican and he didn't really know anything about Ned, but based upon what he'd heard, he said he'd vote for Emily if she was running for Senate. He was clearly impressed.
This speaks volumes not only for Emily's wonderful delivery, but also for the absolute truth of Ned's message, which resonates so stongly with people who don't like the direction the country has gone in the last 6 years. This is the thing that Joe Lieberman doesn't seem to grasp, which is that most people are just plain tired of wrong decisions being made, then defended, then made worse. It's obvious, because when people hear Ned Lamont's message, they agree with it.
And I have to say that if someone's character can be judged even in part by the way their children carry themselves, then Ned and Annie Lamont must have done something really wonderful in their lives.