Monday, September 13, 2004

You can't get rid of him
Zell Miller has a great piece in today's WSJ that just proves what a phenomenal man he is. You can say he's an angry Democrat, slighted by his own party, and frothing at the mouth for a little revenge, but you'd be entirely wrong. Read this piece and you'll understand that he truly believes what he says, and that he can pull the facts out to back himself up from sun-up to sun-down. He understands clearly what dangers face our country today, and that John Kerry is simply not a man we can trust to face them. I guarantee you that he disagrees with the President on many issues, but, like me, he sees that those problems pale in comparison to the dangers that became so evident three years ago.

The Left also likes to point at the Bush campaign's withdrawl from Senator Miller after his convention speech, and scream "see? Even they think he's a nut!" Well, I think it was a mistake for Bush to run for cover, because Miller has said nothing wrong, nothing inaccurate, and nothing that he has any trouble defending. The fact remains, when he's not using angry rhetoric to make himself heard, the Senator can very easily prove his point with a level head. If you don't believe me, read the piece.

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