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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    484 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 64.71%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 89,814 51.60
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 84,231 48.40

    Lamont by 3.2%
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    All I can say is ...

    "Lamont, you big dummy!"

    --Fred Sanford
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    Joe's closing in. <Insert horseracing metaphor here>.
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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    537 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 71.79%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 100,425 51.61
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 94,148 48.39

    Lamont by 3.22%
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    OK. Now we're talking. A statistically insignificant move in the direction I predicted for my pool bet. I declare the moral equivalent of victory.
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       #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by g.711
    All I can say is ...

    "Lamont, you big dummy!"

    --Fred Sanford
    LOL. Beerp Beerp burnaw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BARYE
    if lieberman loses by less than 10% I fear he will not withdraw from a 3 way ...
    Isnt it his right to run if he wants to?
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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    551 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 73.66%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 103,145 51.73
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 96,235 48.27

    Lamont by 3.46%
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       #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by TomUps
    Isnt it his right to run if he wants to?
    That is party ahead of politics, Repubs made it an art.
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    Go Ned! 6.2. That's all I ask.
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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    575 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 76.87%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 109,239 51.76
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 101,818 48.24

    Lamont by 3.52%
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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    598 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 79.95%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 114,165 51.75
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 106,428 48.25

    Lamont by 3.5%
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    A close loss like this (3-5% range) will be a mandate for Joe to run as an independent. "The people have spoken!" (Yeah, but they said "Get outta here, buster!")
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    I am loving this public display of how much the left has captured the Dems. Lieberman's loss will have national impact. (If this were a Republican primary, the media would be using the word "bellweather" about ten times a second.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomUps
    Isnt it his right to run if he wants to?
    No. He claims to be a member of the Democratic Party then he should honor the primary.

    But then again, his loyalty has always been to himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    I am loving this public display of how much the left has captured the Dems. Lieberman's loss will have national impact. (If this were a Republican primary, the media would be using the word "bellweather" about ten times a second.)
    I am not to sure what you mean by this.

    Also, why are all the repubs supporting Lieberman and not Lamont, if it would ruin the Dem party? I was listening to Hannity and I could have sworn I heard love in his voice for Lieberman.
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    Thanks! Cool. I knew this computer thing would eventually become a good TV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    I am loving this public display of how much the left has captured the Dems. Lieberman's loss will have national impact. (If this were a Republican primary, the media would be using the word "bellweather" about ten times a second.)
    "Bellweather. Bellweather. Bellweather. Heh heheheh heh." Beavis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    Then why are all the repubs supporting Lieberman and not Lamont, if it would ruin the Dem party? I was listening to Hannity and I could have sworn I heard love in his for Lieberman.
    Some of that is the collegial BS that happens in the Senate.

    Some of that is RINOism.

    Rove will turn this into something beautiful.
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