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Tuesday, July 04, 2006 | 12:17 PM

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Mr. Lieberman is making contingency plans to run as an independent in November if he loses the Aug. 8 Democratic primary to the antiwar candidate, Ned Lamont.
I've heard rumblings elsewhere of a centrist Likud-type party forming for '08, which would draw in Northeastern Democrats like Hillary as well as Republican moderates like Guliani. This would obviously be bad for the Democrats in the short-term, but I think it would be good in the long term, if it forces the Democratic leadership to acknowledge the differences in the party. The real losers will be the northeast, who will continue to see their decline in national politics.

Anyone else agree with me, that this will be good for the Democratic party?


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