Off the beaten path online: Lieberman says 'It’s possible' that he could run as moderate Republican in '12...

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Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Joe Lieberman says “It’s possible” that he could run as moderate Republican in 2012 , Obama gets ‘F’ on stopping spread of weapons of mass destruction, and An open letter to Charles Johnson.

  • Gateway PunditJoe Lieberman says “It’s possible” that he could run as moderate Republican in 2012 
Senator Joe Lieberman told Eyewitness News 3 that it is possible that he could run as a “good old-fashioned New England Republican” in 2012.
  • Fox News:  Obama gets ‘F’ on stopping spread of weapons of mass destruction

n a 19-page “report card” being published today, the Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Proliferation and Terrorism, chaired by former Senators Bob Graham, a Democrat from Florida, and Jim Talent, a Missouri Republican, gives the new administration the grade of “F” for failing to take key steps the commission outlined just over a year ago in its initial report. 

Front Page Mag: An Open Letter to Charles Johnson
The reason for the article was that Mr. Johnson has made a 180-degree turn and is now profoundly, even stridently, anti-right. This is my letter to him.

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