Thursday, March 25, 2004
Zell Miller, you're a Wanker
WASHINGTON -- The Bush-Cheney campaign Wednesday unleashed its most famous Democratic booster, Georgia Sen. Zell Miller, to make the case that presidential candidate John Kerry advocates policies inconsistent with some of history's most popular Democratic presidents.
Miller, a Georgian who is the lone Democratic senator to back publicly President Bush's re-election bid, criticized Kerry in a speech announcing his leadership of a national "Democrats for Bush" effort. He was joined by a handful of lesser-known Democrats, but the campaign said it would release a more comprehensive list in the coming weeks.
The popular former governor cited the policies of Democratic Presidents John F. Kennedy and Harry S. Truman while contending that Kerry, not Bush, is outside the mainstream on issues ranging from tax cuts to war.
Of course, now that Zig Zag Zell, in a fit of supremely good judgment, is supporting the most corrupt President in the United State's history, he can pretend he never said good things about John Kerry. Zell, drinking from the Bush Administration's lying liars Kool Aid
Miller has not always been so dismissive of Kerry. At the Georgia Democratic Party's Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner in 2001, he introduced Kerry as one of this nation's authentic heroes, one of this party's best-known and greatest leaders and a good friend.
In remarks reported in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Miller continued, In his 16 years in the Senate, John Kerry has fought against government waste and worked hard to bring some accountability to Washington. Miller said Kerry fought for balanced budgets before it was considered politically correct for Democrats to do so.
At the end of the year, praise be, Zell Miller is leaving the Senate. Don't let the door hitcha where the good Lord splitcha, when you leave Zell.
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