Moron Ned Lamont
The New York Times notes his challenge to Lieberman
:Without a national race to focus on, thousands of activists from other states — encouraged by a host of liberal bloggers — have contributed money and volunteered to help the campaign of Ned Lamont, a cable television executive with little political experience who is trying to unseat Mr. Lieberman in the state's Democratic primary in August.
"It's absolute Democratic cannibalism," said John F. Droney, a former Democratic state chairman in Connecticut.
I don't think Lamont stands a snowball's chance. Despite the enthusiastic backing of the netkooks, Lieberman's got over ten times as much money in his campaign account. Lamont has to overcome the association with Kos, who has now supported something like 19 consecutive losing candidates. And even if Lamont were to win the primary, polls have shown that Lieberman could run as an independent and crush the opposition.
But this race is guaranteed to provide lots of entertainment during the summer.