Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Just When on Tuesday?

Because along with our new tour, we will be launching our new and improved website (www.Joe2006.com) on Tuesday as well.
On Saturday, the 2nd, the Lieberman campaign sent out an e-mail announcing their new Web site would debut today, Tuesday, September 5. Well, the day is 11.5 hours long, and I can't see any changes.

UPDATE 4:30pm, still no new Web site. Seven hours of Tuesday left.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

13 hours and no changes.

Anonymous said...

Now it's 14:27.

9:33 to go.

harriet said...

don't forget his buddy George thought there were several "internets" -- so maybe Joe is trying to figure out which is Bush's favorite so he knows where to launch his new website..hahahaha!

Hopewellian_Magi said...

And I was able to record, edit, and post Ned's interview http://www.myleftnutmeg.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=3201 on WINY Putnam, CT today in 3 hours. Not bad for someone who isn't an audio expert.

Anonymous said...

5:01 got a trouble loading webpage error.

They must be about to go online.

LiebermanForLieberman said...

5:15 EDT: same here, joe2006.com server is completely unavailable - even their skeletal webpage is not loading.

Anonymous said...

5:50, 17:52 and no joe. No site at all.

Could they be trying to upload new material? Oooooooo, the excitment builds.

JR said...

www.Joe2006 includes a "what's important to you" survey in it's "get involved" section. Iraq is not listed among the twelve items that Joe thinks might be of some import!

I dunno, call me crazy, but I thought Iraq might be of some concern among the voters this year. I'm going to email Joe about this. In fact, I already have a few (very civilized) questions I plan on emailing to Joe.

CT Bob said...

"Joe2006 Watch"

Keeping you on the edge of your seat! I love it.

kirby said...

Very interesting analysis cited on FDL today that Iraq isn't nearly of as much concern as the tanking economy. In the end, it's ALWAYS the economy, stupid.

And, while they are making the few super-rich, there are more of us falling behind -- and we have lots more votes (if they are only counted!)

JR said...

kirby,

Good point. I reviewed the 12 issues cited in joe's "what's important to you" survey. In addtion to not listing Iraq, he doesn't list the economy, the dissapearing middle class, the increase in poverty or the decline in real wages.

Anonymous said...

B.A.,

This is exciting! Now 7 pm and still no joe. What, are they going for 11:59 pm?

BTW, great video of yesterday.

Anonymous said...

BUT WAIT-----

It's there!