March 31, 2004
good ole Zell
I never voted for the man when he was governor of Georgia, and when he went to Washing to fill Paul Coverdale's vacancy, I was appalled. But Zell Miller grew a set of balls somewhere along the way and he has made me proud of his conduct in the Senate. Here, he tells it straight, again.
Zell doesn't intend to run for re-election and I believe that we'll lose a good man when he leaves the Senate. Bejus knows that we have a severe scarcity of balls in the Senate. Zell's speech makes a lot of sense to me because he knows what he's talking about.
He is a warrior amid a bunch of wimps.
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