Joe Lieberman gets a little help
Sen. Lieberman in a tough primary battle against Ned Lamont got a little good news today. A couple of race baiting extortionists are campaigning for his opponent.
Democratic U.S. Senate contender Ned Lamont will get a campaign boost Wednesday from the Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, who will campaign with him Wednesday and Thursday in four cities. Lamont, who will face 18-year incumbent Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman of New Haven in an Aug. 8 Democratic primary, also will appear Wednesday on Sharpton's syndicated radio program.Lamont associating himself with those two clowns should be worth a couple percentage points for Lieberman.
"These two leaders represent hope and bring voice to many people who have been disenfranchised," Lamont spokeswoman Liz Dupont-Diehl said of the two. "We are very pleased they have come to support Ned."