D-Bag of this Election Cycle Award goes to; Joe Lieberman

Though John McCain will probably lose, it won’t be because of Joe, who has stood by his (my) friend John through thick and thin.

Correcting John when he didn’t know there was a difference between the Iranian guard and Alqueda.

Take a big deuce on his party and speaking at the RNC.

Repeatly lying to voters about Obama’s record.

But I think the moment that sealed the D-Bag award for America’s favorite Jew was when Obama took Joe to a corner and chewed his ass on the senate floor. As you know, Obama is pretty leveled headed, probably one of the main reasons he has picked up so many endorsements, but it didn’t look like Obama and Joe were talking about football scores during their exchange.

Congrats Joe! May you spill your douchey-ness all over yourself.


#1 Ghost of Dude on 10.29.08 at 6:52 am

Since when is disloyalty to a political party worthy of the titel “douchebag”?
The old John McCain was the same way.

#2 l3wis on 10.29.08 at 6:54 am

It’s not, if you are anybody but Joe, who ran against Bush in 2000. Pretty hypocritical

#3 Anon on 10.29.08 at 10:24 am

Yeah, and the colostomy bag award goes to you for all the crap you spout.

#4 l3wis on 10.29.08 at 10:51 am

Can I have yours? Pleazzzzzzzzzze?

#5 Ghost of Dude on 10.29.08 at 11:28 am

McCain ran against Bush in 2000 as well, and was smeared much worse by the Rove machine than Lieberman ever was.

#6 l3wis on 10.29.08 at 11:36 am

I think what bugs me about Joe, is that he is a turncoat!

#7 Anon on 10.29.08 at 1:06 pm

How about Colin Powell, who owes everything he accomplished to Republicans?

#8 l3wis on 10.29.08 at 1:12 pm

Um, yeah right. More like hard work and determination.

#9 Ghost of Dude on 10.29.08 at 1:16 pm

Powell got where he is by being a damn good soldier and a shrewd politician. Republicans (at least since 1960) have had little to do with t.

#10 Jackie on 10.29.08 at 9:48 pm

While still in pain that Gore wasn’t our POTUS, Joe Lieberman at least wasn’t the VP. The man reminds me of Iago in Othello — a whiny, snively voice … (shudder).

#11 l3wis on 10.29.08 at 11:16 pm

Perfect comparison