”I’ve known Joe Lieberman for more than thirty years. I have been pleased to support him in his campaign for re-election, and hope that he is our party’s nominee,” the former first lady said in a statement issued by aides. ”But I want to be clear that I will support the nominee chosen by Connecticut Democrats in their primary,” the New York Democrat added. ”I believe in the Democratic Party, and I believe we must honor the decisions made by Democratic primary voters.”
….”The challenges before us in 2006 call for a strong, united party, in which we all support and work for the candidates who are selected in the Democratic process,” Clinton said in her statement of Tuesday.
Many in the African-American community, like the larger community, feel he has walked like a Republican, talked like a Republican, acted like a Republican, and has voted like a Republican on many key issues, including his continued support of Bush policies in Iraq. The reality is this U.S. Senator is a Republican“
I’m surprised he is not running as a Republican.