Just how many times can Joe Lieberman be thrown under the bus by his fellow Democrats?
Apparently, there’s no limit.
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., blasted a fellow Democrat, Sen. Joe Lieberman, for continuing his bid in the Connecticut Senate race despite a narrow loss to newcomer Ned Lamont in the Democratic primary earlier this month.
“I’m concerned that [Lieberman] is making a Republican case,” Kerry told ABC News’ “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” in an exclusive appearance.
Kerry accused the 2000 Democratic vice presidential candidate of “adopting the rhetoric of Dick Cheney,” on the issue of Iraq.
“Joe Lieberman is out of step with the people of Connecticut,” Kerry added, insisting Lieberman’s stance on Iraq, “shows you just why he got in trouble with the Democrats there.”
Out of step huh? 90% of the time Lieberman voted right down the party line. N-I-N-E-T-Y. Yet that’s just not good enough, since the Democratic Party has handed control of the reigns over to extreme leftists.
And then there’s Kerry. His pandering to Lamont supporters is so transparent. Does this man have no principals of his own? He’ll jump into the first moonbat driven car that pulls up to his mansion in Boston if he believes there are a few votes to be co-opted.