Yes. “Vent your frustration”. Send a “message”. Then…

… Vote for Lieberman.

The Lieberman camp is hoping that in the final summer stretch of campaigning, voters will have had an opportunity to express their unhappiness, and then vote for him anyway.

“Some people are giving Joe a message and I’ve heard that over and over again. And you know what, that’s great,” said Hadassah Lieberman. “But now, they got the message across, loud and clear. So, let’s not make the message more than a message.”

This makes no sense to me. Isn’t a vote for a candidate, in this case either Ned Lamont or Joseph Lieberman, a “message” of who you want in and of itself? What anti-Lieberman message do you send to Lieberman by voting for him?

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