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Political Take: The Transition Edition!

The election may be over but the Political Take continues!

In today's edition, The Fix and Newsweek managing editor Dan Klaidman discuss the hiring of two longtime Clinton Administration operatives -- Rahm Emanuel and Ron Klain -- to senior positions in the still-forming White House of President-elect Barack Obama and what it means for the transition process.

And, while many people have moved on from election 2008, there remain three Senate contests -- Alaska, Minnesota and Georgia -- still without a winner. We examine the state of play in each of the races and what it all means for Democrats' continued quest for a 60-seat, filibuster-proof majority.

All that plus the fate of Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Ct.) in this week's Political Take!

By Chris Cillizza  |  November 13, 2008; 5:30 PM ET
Categories:  Eye on 2008 , FixCam  
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obama is anti everthing american. his anti life of the unborn, anti marriage and anti isreal stance will bring God's judgement upon our nation. he has said anti isreal remarks and has people workin for him that are known isreal hater's. God judges by his holy standard's found in his word and God said those who bless isreal will be blessed and that is why this nation has alwasy been blessed but now you who voted for this evil man obama have voted to take away God's blessing's. i hope you wake up soon to what you have done and will now stand against this man

Posted by: diaco7529 | November 16, 2008 9:50 PM | Report abuse

Lieberman is like a person without a country. I don't think he's warmly embraced by either party because his loyalty cannot be trusted. His only interest is in Israel. He would be better off relocating to Israel and running for office there.

Posted by: Nevadaandy | November 14, 2008 11:50 AM | Report abuse

Never mind his ungentlemanly behavior, Liberman is a fear-monger, jumping at shadows and still on board the neocon view of the world. He should be off any committee having to do with national security, those posts need a clear head.

Posted by: chrisfox8 | November 14, 2008 1:50 AM | Report abuse

I disagree with Seemstone. JL has no place to go as an I who usually votes D except on Middle East policy. He would be the very most liberal R. The Ds can use his vote and will try to keep him. The Rs have little to offer him.

Posted by: mark_in_austin | November 14, 2008 1:03 AM | Report abuse

Joe "the snake" Lieberman will not let others decide his fate. If he senses that he will be of no use to the democrats he will cross parties on his own.

Posted by: seemstome | November 13, 2008 8:36 PM | Report abuse

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