Either a democrat follows in lockstep with his party or he is out of the caucus.1) Lieberman ain't a Democrat anymore, he's an independent. That's what the (I) after his name means. You studied the alphabet, right? Know the difference between the letters "I" and "D", right?2) There's a difference between "not following in lockstep with the views of the Democratic party" and "Constantly appearing with and actively campaigning for the Republican nominee for President, including frequently attacking the Democratic nominee's position on issues". I realize that you can't see any difference between the two, because there's nothing but black and white in cattleman world, but it needs to be said for the sake of everyone else who's actually rational.Look, cman, you seem to be a genuinely nice guy in many ways, and you're smart in a lot of ways, but I've lost my patience with your black/white "If someone doesn't say X than they must mean Y" way of looking at most things, and if that means calling you out on it and saying that you are either blatantly lying or completely missing an obvious point due to some weird blind spot you have, I'm going to do it. You're being a "rhymes-with-gas" here. Again.-synchronicity
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