Video: Lieberman On Running As a Republican in 2012


joe-lieberman[Video below.] In the following recent interview,¬†Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman discusses his political life and future and says that while he enjoys being an Independent, it is possible that he could run as “an old fashion New England moderate Republican” in 2012.

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{Noam Newscenter}


  1. Considering that there is a sizable contingent that finds Sarah Palin’s message attractive, I don’t know what kind of a chance he has. I also shudder to think of the smear campaign from the left.

  2. aka a “rino”
    he isnt fooling anyone. someone who was nominated (and won the popular vote) to be vice president and a democrat doesnt just become a republican

  3. I think we may see a third party by 2012 led by McCain and Lieberman. There are too many senators, on both sides of the aisle that just don’t fit in such as Susan Collins, Ben Nelson, Olympia Snowe and Arlen Specter. I am sure there are more.

  4. Although Lieberman is Shomer Shabbos and a
    strong Israel supporter, there are many
    problems associated with his political
    philosophy. First, in my opinion, his
    opportunistic proclivities at the expense
    of principle.

    Notwithstanding his nominal affiliations
    with Orthodox Judaism, his support of
    “Toeivah” relationships, his support of
    partial-birth abortions and espousal of
    statist solutions in the realm of economics
    make him an unattractive candidate.
    (He is a Hebrew version of McCain. He’s
    not the type the country needs at this
    time when it is now politically possible
    to stop the Obama train wreck.)

  5. the third party will be run by the true sensible bipartisan politicians of our era: Bloomberg, Schwarzenegger, lieberman, mccain, hillary clinton, specter