Oversize edition! So big it doesn't fit on the shelf.
The Lieberman campaign takes exception to young Ned's tone, despite the fact that Lamont's campaign has been relatively mild so far. Lieberman also suggests the public doesn't want a lot of name calling, but labels Lamont as "angry."
What amazes me about Joe Lieberman and the Democratic establishment's reaction to the Lamont campaign is just how surprised they all act that Lamont is saying the relatively mild things he's saying, and that this primary is happening at all. It's as if they never saw it coming.
But how could they have missed it? Anger against Lieberman in Democratic ranks has been brewing for years, especially over the war. Maybe they figured that a primary challenger couldn't hack it after the miserable failure of John Orman to raise money or attract attention.
Gov. Rell has vetoed that contracting bill again.
The legislature is considering eminent domain restrictions. This could be a real winner of an issue for Republicans, if they play it right.
Lastly, John DeStefano is planning to announce on Monday that he's running for governor. What? You knew that already? Well, apparently he'll be making it official in two speeches, one in New Haven and the other at the Old State House. Apparently some major policy proposals will be unveiled then, too.
What else is happening?