UPDATE: Here is the video I put together today, using his own words.
Rather than just quote the article wholesale, I'm going to make this interesting. See if you can spot all the evasions and contradictions in his statement:
Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman said today that he will not withdraw from the Aug. 8 Democratic primary, but he left open the possibility of running in November as a petitioning candidate if he loses the primary.
"I will be in the Democratic primary. I've been a Democrat all my life," he said this morning.
But as in the past, he refused to rule out the option of running as a petitioning candidate should challenger Ned Lamont win the primary.
"If the unexpected happened, do I want to keep open the option of taking my case as an independent Democrat to all the voters of Connecticut so that they can have the last word in November?" Lieberman said. That's an unanswered question, he said.
I'll say it is! Please click on the link above to read the entire article...I ran out of space to put any more flip-flopping Joe heads on this page!
It makes me wonder...which Joe will show up on Primary Day?