Lieberman’s Website Attacked

It looks like Lieberman’s campaign website has been hit with a second DoS attack, knocking it offline. Of course, the Lamont campaign has been trying to use the attack for political traction – what a nice group of people.

I’m fearing that this campaign could see violence against Lieberman supporters: the “netroots” are just that unhinged. Hopefully that prediction will prove to be utterly wrong, but given the way in which the “netroots” treats dissenters, it’s not too hard to imagine such a thing happening.

3 thoughts on “Lieberman’s Website Attacked

  1. “I’m fearing that this campaign could see violence against Lieberman supporters: the “netroots” are just that unhinged.”

    I’d say you’re the one that’s unhinged. If the “netroots” activists didn’t wage “violence” against the victorious Republicans they so abhorred in 2004, it’s hard to imagine they’d do it against Lieberman. Apparently the only hope people like yourself have of rubbing out the stain your own hysterical noisemakers (Coulter, Robertson, Dobson, Hannity, Savage) have left on your shirts is to hyperinflate the alleged derangement of the netroots crowd, the vast majority of whom are soft-spoken dullards.

  2. If the “netroots” activists didn’t wage “violence” against the victorious Republicans they so abhorred in 2004, it’s hard to imagine they’d do it against Lieberman.

    Who says they didn’t?

    …the vast majority of whom are soft-spoken dullards.

    Certainly on the latter, anything but on the former.

    At least our “hysterical noisemakers” don’t threaten people’s children as Deb Frisch did…

  3. “Who says they didn’t?”

    Where’s the proof they were netroots activists?

    “At least our “hysterical noisemakers” don’t threaten people’s children as Deb Frisch did…”

    I can’t express in words how much I hope you guys make the 2006 election a referendum against Deb Frisch, connecting her to Claire McCaskill and Jon Tester in multiple TV ads.

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