August 16, 2006

If Langevin equals Lieberman, does Lawless equal Lamont?

Carroll Andrew Morse

Apologies for the painful alliteration. Only a little more follows.

Over at RI Future, they’ve posted a link to Jennifer Lawless’ new campaign website, Langevin equals Lieberman. Whatever the merit (or lack thereof) of that charge, Lawless equals Lamont in at least one very important way: Ms. Lawless presents no discernable positions on the War on Terror (beyond Iraq) on the issues section of her campaign website. Apparently, she doesn’t see fighting the War on Terror as one of the top 9 issues that the Federal government should be dealing with.

Like many progressives, Ms. Lawless seems to want to avoid explaining if she believes victory in the War on Terror is possible, or if she believes that the United States should instead settle for a truce and accept the permanent existence of an enemy that seeks to inflict mass casualties on the United States.

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At least the Connecticut left-wing had an electable liberal before they targeted Lieberman...that's more than can be said for ideaologues in other New England states who are targeting moderate incumbent senators while having no electable candidate of their own...

Posted by: Anthony at August 16, 2006 10:25 PM

No, they had a moneyed liberal. He'll go down in flames in the general. The only thing Lawless has in common with Lamont is the letter "L".

Posted by: Will at August 17, 2006 1:35 AM


That you believe ANYONE in our delegation is "moderate" reveals just how liberal you are!

beep! beep!

Posted by: roadrunner at August 17, 2006 3:43 PM

Oh yes, I'm a big liberal...and of course Andrew Carrol Morse is a liberal...he referred to liberals as "progressives" in this very post...that's PROOF of being a liberal!

I can see why you go by roadrunner, though. Exactly how large is a roadrunner's brain...?

Posted by: Anthony at August 17, 2006 6:15 PM

Or Carroll Andrew know Andy would be easier...

Posted by: Anthony at August 17, 2006 6:17 PM