Politics & Government

August 7, 2008

Could Lieberman be McCain's most potent VP pick?

If a few votes had shifted eight years ago, Joseph Lieberman might now be the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. Instead, the Connecticut senator, who won re-election in 2006 as an independent, is one of Republican John McCain's more potent political weapons, maybe even potent enough to make another run at vice president, this time as a Republican.

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