Newfangled independent candidate for Senate, and incumbent from Connecticut, Joseph Lieberman, spoke today about the importance of taking a strong stand against terror. (see comment below) The only question that remains, from his statement, is: is the "brutal enemy" we're allegedly fighting the only one who doesn't "distinguish based on party affiliation," or is the good senator's flip flop between a Democratic and Republican stance on issues really his own inability to be true to the differences that have historically separated these two parties?
"We are at war with a brutal enemy," Lieberman said while visiting a pizza parlor. "How the heck can we be in a battle in which we are fighting as Democrats and Republicans against each other when these terrorists certainly don't distinguish based on party affiliation? They want to kill any and all of us."