Memo to Howard Dean:

Memo to Howard Dean:
Forget Gore it’s all about Zell

(By Chris Ingram as published by, 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:”

Bush bashing sells books

By CHRIS INGRAM, A UPI Outside View commentary

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21, 2003 (UPI) — Madeleine Albright is on a mission.

In the past few weeks she has circled the globe attacking the policies of the Bush Administration. Nothing President Bush has done is sacred from Albright’s scorn. The range of criticism spans from his leadership on the war in Iraq and efforts to fight global terrorism to U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba.

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