Roundup: morning cup o' Joe

Ron Paul raised over $6 million yesterday, bringing his fundraising haul just since Oct. 1 to $18 million and counting.

Joe Lieberman is endorsing John McCain. And the Union Leader also notices what was missing from the National Review endorsement.

Iowa's fist lady (the governor, like New Hampshire's, is officially neutral) is endorsing John Edwards. And he's on Newsweek's cover.

Is Rudy Giuliani fading?

The transcript and video of Mitt Romney's appearance on Meet the Press yesterday are here.

UPDATE: From Lieberman's endorsement statement: "I have come to New Hampshire this morning to ask Republican and Independent voters to support John McCain in the first-in-the-nation primary on January 8. I know that it is unusual for someone who is not a Republican to endorse a Republican candidate for President. And if this were an ordinary time and an ordinary election, I probably would not be here today. But this is no ordinary time — and this is no ordinary election — and John McCain is no ordinary candidate. . . . Throughout our history, succeeding generations of brave Americans have risked their lives for the cause of freedom — which is America's cause. Throughout his career, from the ranks of the military to halls of the Congress, John McCain has made freedom's cause his own. He learned the ideals of patriotism and service from his father, he taught them to his sons, and he will hold those ideals high as an inspiration for all Americans. . . . When others were silent, and it was thought politically unpopular, John had the courage and common sense to sound the alarm about the mistakes we were making in Iraq and to call for more troops and a new strategy there. And when others wavered, when others wanted to retreat from the field of battle, John had the courage and the common sense to stand against the tide of public opinion and support the surge in Iraq, where we are at last winning. You may not agree with John McCain on every issue, but you can always count on him to be honest with you about where he stands, you can always count on him to stand for what he believes is right for our country — regardless of pressure from politicians or vested interests. And you can count on him to be restless in pursuit of progress. In that sense, John McCain is the real change candidate in this race for the Presidency."