November 13, 2007

Who said this?

"For many Democrats, the guiding conviction in foreign policy isn't pacifism or isolationism, it is distrust and disdain of Republicans in general, and President Bush in particular,"

"In this regard, the Democratic foreign policy worldview has become defined by the same reflexive, blind opposition to the President that defined Republicans in the 1990s even when it means repudiating the very principles and policies that Democrats as a party have stood for, at our best and strongest,"...

Bet you can't guess. Answer below the jump!

h/t Chan at Weekend Pundit

Democratic Senator Joseph Lieberman.

I always said Joe was a good guy with his head screwed on straight. I'd vote for Joe if he was running, even over Fred.

Posted by caltechgirl at November 13, 2007 11:08 PM | TrackBack

I would not vote for him over Fred, but would over any of the other Dembulbs. Lieberman's right on the war and foreign policy, but he has terrible (in my view) ideas on domestic social policy. He's a social "conservative" on TV/movie/music censorship (I'm not) but a social "liberal" on pretty much all nanny-state/big government/welfare issues.

But he's still the best of the bunch on that side of the aisle, and better than most of the current crop of Republicans.

Posted by: Ken S, Fifth String on the Banjo of Life at November 14, 2007 08:17 AM

I like Joe - always have...

Posted by: Richmond at November 17, 2007 06:07 PM