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Lieberman hasn't decided if he will endorse Obama for reelection

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Connecticut Independent Sen. Joe Lieberman won’t endorse President Obama for re-election until he has a chance to compare the president to the Republican Party’s nominee.

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On Tuesday, Lieberman was asked on the radio program “America’s Morning News” if he would endorse Obama. “I haven’t decided,” he said, “I’m just waiting to see who the Republican candidate is and what President Obama’s positions are at that point.

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