Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Lieberman the Listener - Can you hear me now?

Dear Joe -

Please express my heartfelt appreciation for your profound, in-depth response to the concerns I wrote you about in my last note to you. I am astonished not only by your "rapid response" but the thoughtful, personal and straight to the point answers simply staggered my mind. I now know unequivocally that YOU are the man of the moment.

Let me not be negligent in noting that your letter below is part of a long history of your sending me such knowledge-packed, detailed and informative replies - even IF those replies are totally unrelated to the issues I've questioned. I particularly love how the timeliness of your replies reminds me how often I've forgotten what I originally wrote you about - I adore mysteries and each and every time you pop up in my mailbox, I am so awed at your level of interest in what it is your constituents have to say that I can't help but take notice of your dedication and expertise in IT. I must thank you for helping me to see the brilliance of your internets' technical team - I can now appreciate the state of the art websites they've created. However, as capable as they surely must be, it is very clear that you, sir, are the driving force possessed with the vision necessary to instinctively know exactly what it is that will give your constituents that warm and fuzzy feeling you get when you can say "aha, MY senator is really in touch!" Thanks, Senator, you helped provide me with the answers I was seeking; so much so that I'd like to share it with all my friends:

September 6, 2006

Dear Friend:

Thank you for visiting my Contact Center and sharing with me your comments
on the important issues I am addressing in Congress. Your message has
been received; you will be receiving a response to your concerns as soon
as our review and research have been completed.

I value having the benefit of your thoughtful views and hope you will
keep me apprised of any other matters of interest or concern to you in the
future. Please continue to visit my web site at for current information about what is
happening in Congress and updated news about my work on behalf of
Connecticut. I am pleased to let you know that I have launched an email
news update service through my web site. You can sign up for that service
by visiting my web site and clicking on the "Subscribe Email News Updates"
button at the bottom of the home page. I hope these are informative and


Joseph I. Lieberman

Oh, P.S. Senator - The following comes from "The Moderate Voice" - I wonder if you could enlighten me about your relationship with that other paragon of virtue, Ken Mehlman? Thanks -

The White House funneled millions of dollars through major Republican Party contributors to Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s primary campaign in a failed effort to ensure the support of the former Democrat for the Bush administration.

A senior GOP source said the money was part of Deputy White House Chief of Staff Karl Rove's strategy to maintain a Republican majority in the Senate in November. The source said Mr. Rove, together with Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, directed leading pro-Bush contributors to donate millions of dollars to Mr. Lieberman's campaign for re-election in Connecticut in an attempt that he would be a "Republican-leaning" senator.

"Joe [Lieberman] took the money but said he would not play ball," the source said. "That doesn't mean that this was a wasted investment."
*The above writings reflect the thoughts and opinions of the author alone.

MIKE MALLOY - 1/20/05

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