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No Censure, Just A Letter Of Disapproval

by Christine Stuart | Dec 18, 2008 12:22am
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Posted to: Election 2008

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After struggling with how to express themselves,a majority of Democratic State Central Committee members agreed to send US Senator Joseph Lieberman a strongly worded letter of disapproval for his support of Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain.

The resolution proposed Wednesday was a watered-down version of the original one proposed by Audrey Blondin in September.

Blondin’s original resolution called for censure and went as far as asking Lieberman to leave the Democratic Party, however, on Wednesday the resolution turned into a strongly worded letter. Blondin and Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy DiNardo will author the letter by the end of the month.

We’ll have a more in-depth report this Sunday in The New York Times.

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posted by: ctkeith | December 18, 2008  11:58am

Seems to me State Centrals Members are still over 2 yrs behind whats happening on the ground right in front of them.

Instead of the rediculous freak Show State Cebtral put on last night they should have been sending a Letter to Sen. Chris Dodd suggesting he author and sponsor a FEDERAL USERY LAW.

The people of this nation are being absolutely brutilized by the financial industry while the Senate Banking Committee remains asleep at the wheel.