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Lieberman-Lamont Roundup: Lewinsky & Schiavo Redux

Lieberman says there’s plenty of room up on the debate stage.

Candidates in other races are playing the Lamont-Lieberman card.

More fighting over Iraq.

Ooops. It looks like Ned Lamont forgot that he really did think Senator Lieberman was right to scold Bill Clinton about Monica Lewinsky. Compare that Lieberman, who is standing firm on his famous Senate speech.

Why Michael Schiavo has it out for Joe.

Lamont is hammering Lieberman for missing several [votes] on Iraq-related matters. It might be a cheap shot, but Lieberman first got himself elected using this very cheap shot so it’s hard to feel bad for him.

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