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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    608 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 81.28%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 116,387 51.71
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 108,683 48.29

    Lamont by 3.42%
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    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.
    It's all they can say in the face of losing a basically republican seat.
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    This will please the TV pundits.

    I wish the victory (by either one) was by a big(ger) margin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Some of that is the collegial BS that happens in the Senate.

    Some of that is RINOism.

    Rove will turn this into something beautiful.
    I don't doubt it. He has a way of polishing a turd, so it shines bright w/ just the right light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    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.
    He claims to be an American first and foremost. This particular election has showed me one thing, the liberal left has now become as nasty and disgraceful as the right wing nutjobs. I hate what is happening to our country. I only hope that the silent majority of Americans is somewhere in the middle.
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    City votes are going to be coming in. Tis is the stretch boys/girls.

    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    618 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 82.62%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 119,100 51.83
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 110,686 48.17

    Lamont by 3.66%
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    It's all they can say in the face of losing a basically republican seat.
    I thought Connecticut was heavily Dem and the left side of Dem at that. You'd think CT would be R given the high rent districts, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    It's all they can say in the face of losing a basically republican seat.
    DA thinks that someone who votes with the Socialist/Democrats 90% of the time as "basically Republican."

    That tells a story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    I don't doubt it. He has a way of polishing a turd, so it shines bright w/ just the right light.
    Yes. And that turd, polished to a fine sheen, will be shoved into the Dems face this November.
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       #50  
    Drudge calling it for Lamont.

    www.drudgereport.com

    Connecticut // U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    618 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 82.62%
    Lamont, Ned 119,100 51.83% **Winner
    Lieberman, Joe (i) 110,686 48.17%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tastypeppers
    I thought Connecticut was heavily Dem and the left side of Dem at that. You'd think CT would be R given the high rent districts, though.
    Nah. Blue blood socialists. MasterCard Marxists. Limousine liberals, etc.
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    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    625 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 83.56%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 120,616 51.88
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 111,887 48.12

    Lamont by 3.76%
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    Drudge calling it for Lamont.
    I don't care about who wins. I care about the point spread. C'mon Lamont! 6.2% margin!

    Ummm, what's the prize? A prototype of the 800p?
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    LOL!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    LOL!!!!!

    Funny. Give that man a Treo 800p. No, I'm not Slinky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    LOL!!!!!

    Once again I repeat, the liberal left has become nasty.
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       #57  
    Quote Originally Posted by TomUps
    Once again I repeat, the liberal left has become nasty.
    And winning from the looks of it.
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    Look like cities are swinging for Lamont. You might be right Tasty.

    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    627 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 83.82%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 120,890 51.90
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 112,060 48.10

    Lamont by 3.8%
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    And winning from the looks of it.
    Yes the liberal left won tonight, and the left has proven they are now as crazy, mean spirited, do anything to win, and puts the interests of their agenda in front of whats good for the country, just like the far right. Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    Look like cities are swinging for Lamont. You might be right Tasty.

    U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    627 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 83.82%
    Name Party Votes Pct
    Lamont, Ned Dem 120,890 51.90
    Lieberman, Joe (i) Dem 112,060 48.10

    Lamont by 3.8%
    Lamont has a long way to go if he's going to reach 6.2% spread. Only 16% of the precincts remain. That means Lamont has to pile it on for the remaining precincts. This is possible, I guess. But now I'm dubious that he'll reach 6.2%.

    Still, I'm not going to flake out on my prediction. After all, this is the internet, not cable TV.
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