Lieberman for Prez 2004: "I Am Interested"

The Democrats' 2000 Veep candidate is now mulling a run for the top job. Here he talks about the next race, Enron, tax cuts, and Bush

Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman first came to national prominence when Vice-President Al Gore picked him for the No. 2 spot on the 2000 Democratic ticket. But Lieberman has long been well known in corporate circles for his fiscally conservative, socially moderate views. He was one of the co-founders of the Democratic Leadership Council, a group of like-minded moderates who have been wooing business support in recent elections.

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