There have been two strains of criticism to my earlier post on Lieberman. The first has been a terrible discomfort with discussing health-care reform in terms of its human impact. I go into that question a bit here. The second is that I'm being unfair to Lieberman's motivations. My thesis in that post is that Lieberman seems driven more by a pathological dislike of the liberals who dogged him in 2006 than by...

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