My favorite Democrat, part 22 (I think)

Zell Miller is my favorite Democrat. I started this long-running series in March 2003 (with this post). In the series I noted Miller’s speeches, columns, books and other items that reflect his excellence. I believe I broke off the series with part 21 commending Senator Miller’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution column on the CIA’s subversion of the Bush administration via Valerie Plame and Joseph Wilson.

On Thursday Senator Miller reappeared in an AJC article expressing support for the reelection of Saxby Chambliss next Tuesday:

Former Democratic U.S. Sen. Zell Miller said Wednesday that incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss is the “last man standing” to prevent a “far-left agenda” from sailing though the U.S. Senate.

Our focus on the Minnesota Senate recount occurring in our own backyard has led us to overlook the important race in Georgia. Let us paraphrase Senator Miller to observe that Saxby Chambliss and Norm Coleman are the last men standing to prevent a far-left agenda from sailing through the Senate. Support Senator Chambliss here; support Senator Coleman here.

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