Spazeboy has posted a video of Keith Olbermann's nomination of Joe Lieberman for his highly hypocritical photo op/vacation to Iraq, where he got to wear body armor and pretend the war is going well, while the brave American soldiers doing the actual fighting and dying are unable to speak their mind for fear of institutional reprisal. Joe "Nobody wants us out of Iraq more than me!" Lieberman complains that the soldiers weren't completely open and frank with him, even though as a Senator he knows damned well that as active duty military they are forbidden from criticizing their mission or reasons for being deployed.
I guess Joe was disappointed that the soldiers weren't doing backflips out of pure ecstacy for being so lucky to have been deployed in a wonderful country and tasked with spreading democracy among people who are hungry to embrace American traditions. Maybe he was expecting a chorus of praise thanking him for his wonderful "support of the troops".
(And I'm getting pretty fucking tired of the phrase "supporting the troops" being used to justify keeping our military in Iraq indefinitely so they can get picked off like ducks in a shooting gallery. "Support" doesn't mean leaving them in a hostile war zone to die. Why doesn't anyone ever call out those lame warmongers on that?)