Zell dares call it “perhaps treason”

Earlier today, I posted a piece about the memo that has circulated among Democrats on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence explaining how best to use classified information obtained by the Committee against President Bush. Newsmax.com now reports that Democratic Senator Zell Miller has called the memo “perhaps treasonous.” According to Miller, “”If what has happened here is not treason, it is its first cousin.” He adds, “Of all the committees, this is the one single committee that should unquestionably be above partisan politics. The information it deals with should never, never be distorted, compromised or politicized in any shape, form or fashion.”
BIG TRUNK asks: Shouldn’t this post be headed “My favorite Democrat, part 6”?

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