Comments: Like Al Gore, but stiffer

Yes, Cheney was such a bore.

But how 'bout Zell? He was crazy!

Such yummy red meat he tossed out there.

Posted by Barney at September 1, 2004 10:50 PM

Jim --- you have to catch a rerun of Zell -- it was FANTASTIC!!!!!!! I got on my knees and thanked God that Zell spoke at the Repubican convention and in Prime Time!!!!!

Zell Miller showed the TRUE face of the Republicans tonight. Bitter, hateful, radical, extremist and Imperialistic. He did more for John Kerry tonight than Kerry's entire war chest could have done. All those moderate, undecided voters that both camps have diligently been courting will be RUNNING to the Kerry camp compliments of Zell.

I called my 76 yr old June Clever of a mother after he was done as I knew that she would be watching. I asked her what she thought and she said that she just changed the channel. She said that she just couldn't listen to such bitter extremism. She just thought that he was a hateful, bitter old man.

So as much as people might hate Zell for speaking at the Republican convention -- he did the Democrats a HUGE favor by doing so.

Posted by gt at September 1, 2004 11:03 PM

I was watching Chris Matthews interview Zell's speech and he wouldn't let his interviewee talk as usual, but Zell wasn't having any of it. He challenged Chris Matthews to an old fashioned duel! They switched to Frank Luntz's focus group and the independents loved the speech. We'll see what happens, but if those independents were an accurate representative sample of swing voters then Kerry has a lot of work to do.

Posted by Allan Bartlett at September 2, 2004 12:10 AM

I agree with GT. For the first time in his term, Zell helped the Democrats. It was Pat Buchanan 1992. Thanks Zell! Tonight, I was actually glad that voted for him.

Posted by blank at September 2, 2004 12:25 AM

Zell was wild eyed, maybe a little crazy

Challenging people to duels does not go over well on T.V. Obviously Zell does not like to be challenged with facts, he's got his pieces of paper and that's all that matters.

The fact that Frank Luntz can be passed off as unbiased is beyond me.

Posted by Tek_XX at September 2, 2004 02:45 AM
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