Mickey Kaus comments on the great Lieberman server meltdown:
It's main value for Lieberman was that it could crash the day before the election and generate sympathetic headlines. In fact, I expect the election-eve Web site crash to now become a staple of politics, like the traditional election-eve discovery of some hateful leaflet attempting to suppress the black vote, which is then used by Democrats to turn out the black vote.
I think he has it right here, Lieberman's campaign didn't know the difference between HTTP and HP Sauce. But Lamont's campaign would have been hurt much worse by the loss of their server.