The junior senator from Connecticut may yet get another chance to save his state, his country, and his party from the horrific prospect having his own political career come to an end. Rasmussen gives Lieberman a plurality lead over Ned Lamont: 46 percent to Lamont's 41 percent. Wiping up the rear, Republican Alan Schlesinger registers a pathetic six percent, having been abandoned by his own party and left for dead by the media. A few weeks of numbers like these and Lieberman's wavering fellow Democrats will be able to jump back in for the big win.
Feel the Joementum. It couldn't be a more fitting apotheosis for Joe Lieberman: He'll be the first politician ever to score an official win on the Republocrat ticket.
"The Thing That Wouldn't Leave" sketch from Saturday Night Live.
Thomas Berger's surreal comedy of manners The Houseguest was inspired by "The Thing That Wouldn't Leave."
Here's the only Lamont I'll ever vote for.