As a Connecticut native, I was darn proud of Senator Lieberman last week. Bucking his party on Iraq was the most courageous act by a Connecticut Senator since the 1950s, when a Republican criticized Joe McCarthy, a member of his own party. That senator was Prescott Bush — grandfather of the President. I haven’t seen the current Edward R. Morrow movie, but I’m guessing that Senator Bush’s heroism is not referenced there.
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