Douchebag and quisling Joe Lieberman (I – Me!) in deep doodoo with erstwhile supporters --
Quietly holding candles, hundreds of clergymen, congregants and reform advocates lined the sidewalks outside Joe Lieberman's Stamford home Sunday night in a show of support for universal health care.Besides rethug cock, that is.
Rabbi Fish of Beth El, in Norwalk, calls on Lieberman's conscience to do the right thing. His invocation of the Torah commandment (Lo taamod al dam reakha, "Do not stand idly by the blood of your neighbors") was especially poignant.
"The moral imperative for our time is clear. Anyone whose guide in public policy is conscience, anyone who argues that faith and religious traditions should direct our actions, such a person must stand for universal health care in America," Fish concluded. "It happens we are all also citizens of Connecticut. That fact leads us to ask you Senator Lieberman, what is it that you stand for?"