Why is Ho Lieberman taking money from ChoicePoint?
Executives at ChoicePoint Inc. - which bought the company whose list Florida officials used to prevent thousands from voting in the 2000 presidential election - were among the biggest contributors to U.S. Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman's re-election campaign from January to March, records show.
You'd think a Democrat would show some sense of shame, and not take money from the company that helped Bush steal election 2000.
But I forgot. We're not talking about a Democrat. We're talking about Ho Lieberman!
Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential candidate in 2000 who often quips that he actually was elected despite the bitterly disputed Florida results, reported to the Federal Election Commission that over a two-week period in March he collected a total of $11,700 from 14 ChoicePoint officials, only one of whom resides in Connecticut.
"Quips," eh? What a lovable rascal Joe is!