Georgia Sen. Zell Miller was on "Meet the Press" this morning and wow. I may have to borrow his book at the library because he made shocking sense. He also subtlety took on the vote fraud charges being discussed in Georgia by noting that 5,500 blacks won elections in 2002 despite the losses of an incumbent Democratic governor and incumbent Democratic senator.
"I'm trying to help this party, I am trying to help them with a life-preserver. They can call it Bush-lite but that is where the people are."