Sharp-eyed Ben was reading my story when he noticed something I had missed:
Lieberman managed to misspell the name of Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), who, I swear, has uttered the phrase "As long as you spell my name right" in my presence.
Wrote Lieberman: "I fear the people who are advocating the Medicare buy-in are doing so not because they think it will give more help to these Americans than the subsidies and exchanges, but because they see it as a big step toward a single payer system as Congressman Anthony Wiener [sic] and others have explicitly said."
Ben quickly contacted Weiner, who has become one of the most outspoken progressives on health reform.
Quipped Weiner: "Maybe he couldn't spell 'flip-flop' or 'back-stab,' either."
Zing.... More recently? Weiner had this to say about Harold Ford trying to get into the NY Senate race: