A reader of this blog, Ben, commented on a previous thread that he'd been to a Lieberbus stop upstate. I checked it out, and really enjoyed it. Sadly, the Kiss Float wasn't there, but it's still worth a read. Here's a segment:
The diner was pretty full, but it was almost early dinnertime. There were a number of older folks there, and there were a few journalists (including my friend Chuck from the local paper). The Lieberman "supporters" didn't start arriving until about 5:25; the bus pulled up soon after. I figured that, if I stood outside, I would have a better chance of beating the crowd.
But the crowd didn't come, and is was hot. I decided to returned to the air conditioned comfort indoors. I had already met a handful of Lamont supporters outside, including this lady, holding a "Bye, Joe!" sign:
Inside, I met another three Lamont supporters sitting at the counter. We all agreed that we were there because we wanted everyone to know how awesome it was to live in a democracy; to have a choice between two candidates.
I went back outside, again to find a good spot. But I didn't need to rush. Here is a photograph of everyone who came to support incumbent senator Joseph Lieberman:
Here's the entire article.