Comments: Sen. Zell Miller to speak at GOP convention; Dems are pissed

Always remember, John McCain, Arlen Specter and Olympia Snowe are moderates and independant voices, who put their principles above their party.

But Zell Miller is a sellout.

Posted by Gib at June 25, 2004 02:35 PM

No, the good Senator is *not* a sellout. He has gone on record with why he believes the way he does. And he still takes issue on any number of things. BUT he places country above partisanship, morals above rhetoric. Read his book, read his statements (google is your friend).

As for the others you name, they may be moderates, but I would question as to whether they consistently are placing principle above party, vice going for personal aggrandizement, particularly in Specters case.

And to Michael, your new look rocks!!

Posted by Guy S. at June 26, 2004 07:47 PM

Guy S., I think you need to retake Sarcasm 101. Gib is on our side.

Posted by Chris at June 27, 2004 11:37 PM

That being the case I apologise. And rereading Gibs post in the light of day..with all five of my active braincells ™ , I see I did misread it. Gib, you ever get up around the northern Illinois hinterland, consider your adult beverages cost covered.

Posted by Guy S. at June 28, 2004 07:30 PM

Any man of Miller's age and experience whose principles are so soft is no threat to anyone. Miller's attacks are not thoughtful or rationale; a fact which highlights the inherent profit motive in what he is doing. He will get the spotlight at the Convention and his book will get a boost, but the Republicans use of Miller at the convention is not going to help Bush get votes. The choice of Miller is actually going to help Kerry and the Democrats. I hope Miller is as shrill as he has been in the past. The more the better.

Posted by Chris at August 19, 2004 08:45 PM

Well, I thought it was a great speech. I am glad that this Democrat has seen the light and is speaking against John Kerry. BUSH/CHENEY 2004!

Posted by Marie at September 2, 2004 08:30 PM
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