Saturday, January 19, 2008

McCain takes South Carolina


Just great.

Now Joe Lieberman is going to be even MORE insufferable.

I didn't think that was even possible.


Anonymous said...

I missed it. Did McCain read his speech again?

Besides, whatever keeps Joe Lieberman away from CT and the Senate is good for the country.

vagabondblogger said...

I've heard the talking heads (MSM) speculating about a McCain-Lieberman ticket.

CT Bob said...

They've been speculating that for quite a while. Lieberman is acting coyly, but I don't doubt for a nanosecond that he'd leap at the chance to be a VP with McCain.

I'm only worried about that much naked ambition being concentrated into one small location. It could lead to critical mass, causing a black hole of ambition that would envelope all of DC, and possibly the entire world.

We mustn't allow that to happen!

Anonymous said...

Although I am sure that Lieberman would jump at the chance to get on the Republican ticket. McCain's positioning as a "rebel" in the Republican Party makes it somewhat more likely that he'll be asked to drag along another person like Romney to a) make party stalwarts feel more comfortable and b) play the "COO" role that Cheney has played - AKA the power behind the throne who reeks the real destruction.

CT Bob said...

Excellent observation.

My only fear with a McCain-Lieberman ticket is that the word "bipartisan" might be overused. :)