…and other questions for my outgoing junior Senator.
I mentioned on Primary Night that the Connecticut for Lieberman party was encouraging Democrats to support Ned Lamont because if Joe were to win the Democratic nomination, the party had no back-up candidate for the ballot in November.
Well, the Democrats came through for the Connecticut for Lieberman party.
I have some questions to ask of the Connecticut for Lieberman party’s candidate. I don’t necessarily need to be the one who asks them (it’s unlikely that I would get any answers), so if you’re a journalist, prominent blogger, or concerned citizen with brass balls, please feel free to pose these questions:
- How did 29 people collect over 18,000 signatures?
- Were people paid to collect signatures?
- How much were they paid per signature?
- Is Senator Lieberman trying to buy a line on the ballot?
- Is he using money donated by Democrats for his campaign as a Democrat?
- Were the signature gatherers residents of the great state of Connecticut?
- Is Senator Lieberman still a Democrat?
- Is he registered as a voter in the Connecticut for Lieberman party?
- What is the platform of the Connecticut for Lieberman party?
- Where can CTBob get a Connecticut for Lieberman button?