What we stand for:

The Connecticut for Lieberman Party (CFL) rejects the fraud perpetrated on the members of this party and the citizens of Connecticut by Joe Lieberman when he used the creation of this party to get on the general election ballot in 2006. The CFL is an independent, anti-war, anti-corruption, pro-fiscal responsibility, pro-democracy party, that stands for individual liberties and real problem-solving in government. The CFL wants everyone to know that in the United States of America, voters are free to join any party they wish, and participate in the democratic process according to the laws of Connecticut and the United States.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Connecticut for Lieberman Party endorses Barack Obama

The Connecticut for Lieberman Party voted to endorse a candidate for the 2008 Presidential Election at the March 6, 2008 statewide party caucus, with the following results:
Barack Obama------------------------------------19 votes
Ralph Nader---------------------------------------3 votes
Party should not endorse a candidate----------1 vote

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great to see this up! WTG!

j

Anonymous said...

http://www.fairfieldweekly.com/article.cfm?aid=6567

CFL is mentioned in the Fairfield Weekly.

Numinous Ubiquity said...

This is so strange, to see a political party Joe Lieberman created in a desperate (albeit successful) attempt to stay in the Senate by any means necessary turned into an anti-Lieberman party. I congratulate you folks on seeing the light and endorsing Barack Obama, rather than following neocon warmonger Joe Lieberman's lead and endorsing fellow neocon warmonger John McCain. I certainly hope you continue to oppose Joe Lieberman, and he does not manage to run on your ticket again in 2012. I live in New York State, and here, we have a Senator who is quite similar to Joe Lieberman: Hillary Clinton. Both of them have a win-at-all-costs, say-anything-to-win, to-hell-with-the-Democratic-Party attitude. And both of them want John McCain to defeat Barack Obama in November (if Obama is the Democratic nominee, which is at least 95% likely at this point).