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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy He’s one of the Senate’s most confounding members, whose support for both the Iraq War AND the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” -- gave new meaning to the political color purple. (Vide from: KNTV) SEN. JOE LIEBERMAN (I-CT) (SEPTEMBER 2, 2008): “What, after all, is a Democrat like me doing at a Republican convention like this? Well, I'll tell you what. I'm here to support John McCain, because country matters more than party.” (VIDEO FROM CNN) Independent Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman will not seek reelection to a fifth term in 2012. The news broke Tuesday, the same day Democratic Senator Kent Conrad of North Dakota announced he, too, wouldn’t be running for re-election. But it seems Lieberman’s news eclipsed that of Conrad. (VIDEO FROM ABC AND NY1) The New York Times ran the story Tuesday night. But even before official confirmation from Lieberman’s office -- his aides were helping the Times write his political obit. “...his aides said he had been particularly proud of his leadership in the Senate... [and] was best known for his centrist positions and outspokenness on issues of morality.” Cue the 2012 “bigger picture” predictions. CNN’s John King muses -- President Obama is looking for a defense secretary. What are the odds for Lieberman -- who -- remember, endorsed McCain? JOHN KING: “But he essentially said to Barack Obama, nice young man, not ready to be president of the united states. Is there any chance they will forgive and forget?” ED HENRY: “Highly, highly unlikely. He has the credentials, you're absolutely right. But after giving that speech in Minneapolis/St. Paul and saying he's not ready to be president, he's not ready to be commander in chief, how do you make him defense secretary?” Slate’s Emily Bazelon -- a Connecticut native -- calls the news of Leiberman’s retirement disappointing -- but not for the reasons you might think. She wanted to opportunity to vote him out -- not let him bow out. “...there is the spectacle of it all: After each act of grand or petty betrayal ... the Democratic Party ... came back begging for more. … he never let anyone forget he was the 60th vote.” So what are the Democrats to do without their not-so-reliable 60th vote? Fox News hosts turn their attention to the Republicans’ cause celebre -- repealing President Obama’s health care overhaul. “I mean, let's say, you know, the Senate is not going to repeal health care right now and many believe today's actions are symbolic in nature. But then what happens the next time around if the Senate turns Republican and now you have a Republican House and a Republican Senate and a democrat president or maybe you have a Republican president...” Finally -- a writer for Vanity Fair says while the media speculates the future of Lieberman and the Democratic party -- what’s surprising is no one seems to be looking at the Oval Office. “Miraculously, most campaign-centric news organizations have—so far—refrained from interpreting this statement as a wink that Lieberman will run for president in 2012. After all, presidential hopes have been divined from thinner air.” In his formal announcement Wednesday, Senator Lieberman said his decision stemmed from his belief his politics don’t fit into today’s political environment – that politics changed – but he didn’t. Watch more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
20 Jan 2011
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Md Mahmudul Hasan Ll.B(Hons), LL.M General Secretary, Bangladesh Peoples' Democratic Party (BPDP)
10 Jul 2011
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Md. Mahmudul Hasan LL.B(Hons),LL.M General Secretary, Central Committe, Bangladesh Peoples' Democratic Party (BPDP)
10 Jul 2011
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A recent political study by Experian Research Services suggests the most popular Web sites visited by Republican and Democratic voters. Download free political study including top Web sites, television networks and magazines: www.smrb****/political
17 Jan 2008
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The Democrats have a problem -- an exciting presidential race with no apparent winner. This is a job for Super Delegate!
16 Feb 2008
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A short video of Barack Obama presented in anaglyph 3D.To properly view this presentation, you will need to use special 3D glasses with the left eye (red), the right eye (cyan) color. You can get FREE paper glasses at: www.rainbowsymphony****/freestuff
6 May 2008
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To properly view this presentation, you will need to use special 3D glasses with the left eye (red), the right eye (cyan) color. You can get FREE paper glasses at: www.rainbowsymphony****/freestuff Help the environment and lower your energy bill. Get a complete solar system for no upfront investment! Go to www.jointhesolution****/yorkville
7 May 2008
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22 Jun 2008
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We choose Hope over Fear, Peace over War, Unity over Division - We Are One Party, and now is our time, our defining moment, and we ask you to have the courage to Stand For Change...
28 Jun 2008
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26 Jul 2008
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After 8 years of war, recession, crumbling schools, illegal wiretapping, skyrocketing enegry prices and the illegal, reckless looting of our treasury system ... How will we explain this to our grandchildren? No one stood up and said enough. Avanti Films www.avantivisuals****
3 Aug 2008
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Even liberal Geraldine Ferraro is fed up with Barack Obama's racism and racist comments. SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life. *******www.armyofgod****
9 Aug 2008
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