“Sen. Lieberman and I have a very open and honest working relationship,” Reid wrote in his statement. “On issues ranging from foreign policy to health care, even when we disagree, he has always been straightforward with me.”
But that apparently didn’t go far enough for Lieberman, who, like every other member of the honor-bound Senate, understands the perils of being labeled untrustworthy in a closed 100-member club.
There is a simple way to stop being labeled as untrustworthy, and that is to stop being a two-faced backstabbing prick. I’m sorry you and that jackass Marshall Wittman can’t get it through your heads, but since you have come out and basically admitted the only reason you screwed Reid was because Weiner and the liberals liked the medicare expansion too much, you are just going to have to deal with the label of “untrustworthy.”
If “untrustworthy” bothers you too much, I know a couple thousand people on a certain website who could come up with a few more choice labels for you.