Memo to Howard Dean:
Forget Gore it’s all about Zell
(By Chris Ingram as published by GOPUSA.com, 2003)
Ten years ago, I was cursing Governor (now Senator) Zell Miller.
At the time, Miller was the governor of Georgia. He had given the nominating speech for Bill Clinton at the 1992 Democratic convention — where he uttered the line, “Bill Clinton is the only candidate who feels your pain” — and was viewed by many as a very partisan Democrat. Miller’s detractors called him “zig-zag-Zell” because he frequently changed his stance on tough issues. Continue reading “Memo to Howard Dean:”