Good, I'm glad that's over (sort of). After the outcome of the 2000 and 2004 elections, my faith in our Democracy was dwindling. Results like this will help to restore it. This is what it's all about. People don't like the job the guy representing them is doing, and they are supporting someone else who they hope will do it better. Kind of sucks that Lieberman is going to try to screw things up by running as an independent. Not that I begrudge him that avenue, if he wants it, but if he did, he should have done that from the beginning. Kind of shitty to use the support of the Democratic party when it's beneficial to him, then shed it quickly when the results don't suit him. Though it shouldn't be surprising, since he certainly doesn't seem to hold too tightly to Democratic or progressive ideals. Anyway, to echo what Toast said earlier, I really hope the Democratic party unequivocally supports Lamont (which should go without saying since he won their primary), but I'm afraid that they won't. I know politics is a slimy business, but a party that won't even support their own nominees is a party that deserves to lose. Hopefully, they'll do the right thing and support the democratic process, which apparently does work occaisionally.