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For those who remember Joe Lieberman speaking at the 2000 democratic convention as that party's nominee for Vice President - it was an odd site. The former Democrat-turned independent, making the case for his close friend John McCain to be President.
The speech wasn't filled with the angry rhetoric that another lapsed Democrat, Zell Miller, showed toward John Kerry in 2004, but it was a blow to Lieberman's standing in the party he's spent most of his life in - and a blow to the candidate, Barack Obama, who he took in as a mentor when he joined the senate.
Today, Where We Live - the courant's Mark Pazniokas joins us from St. Paul. And we'll take your reaction to Joe Lieberman's speech. Add your suggestions, questions and comments below.
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