Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Heckuva Job, Liebie

Following his address at the Republican National Convention Tuesday night, former Democratic vice-presidential candidate/ current independent/desperate wannabe Joe Lieberman inadvertently said more about the Republican party's collective mindset than he could in a lifetime of speeches with five little words.

Faced with an NBC News reporter's inquiry regarding Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin's questionable readiness to become the most powerful person in the world should super-elderly Viet Cong-punching-bag-for-five-and-a-half-years John McCain's health fail, Lieberman demurely replied:

"Let's hope for the best."

Yes, Droopy Dog--let's do that. It's totally worked out for the last 8 years, ignoring the fact that the United States of America is in shambles courtesy of a staggeringly incompetent Republican president.

2 comments:

-The Shiny Happy Mama- said...

I fear that Mr. Lieberman's recent flirtations with the wrong crowd and air of desperation may get him excommunicated from the tribe.
(Well, not really because we don't officially do that sort of thing, but...I can safely say that most of us are not happy with him right now)

Jewish guilt is a deadly weapon. I predict he'll be a democrat again in no time.

Melanie said...

Lieberman? We do not know anyone by that name.

-The Tribe.