By going to the Republican National Convention:
Conservatives and Democrats rarely agree, but the decision to have Sen. Joe Lieberman speak at the Republican National Convention has put both groups on edge.
Democrats are furious that Lieberman, an independent senator from Connecticut who was the Democratic vice presidential nominee in 2000, is helping Sen. John McCain attract independent voters. Lieberman has been an almost constant companion as McCain has campaigned across the country.
Many Democrats were already angry with Lieberman for his strong and vocal support for the continued deployment of U.S. troops in Iraq.
But the decision to put the former Democrat front-and-center on the first night of the Republican National Convention has also raised anxiety among conservatives who are worried that McCain, the presumed Republican presidential nominee, will name Lieberman as his running mate. ...
He also by wants Russia kicked out of the G-8:
Russia should be temporarily kicked out of the Group of Eight and denied entry into the World Trade Organization as punishment for its actions in Georgia, Sen. Joe Lieberman said Thursday. ...