Friday, September 10, 2004

President Jimmy Carter Reminds Zell Miller What Dignity Is

Read President Carter's letter here at Talking Points Memo.

From the letter:
Zell, I have known you for forty-two years and have, in the past, respected you as a trustworthy political leader and a personal friend. But now, there are many of us loyal Democrats who feel uncomfortable in seeing that you have chosen the rich over the poor, unilateral preemptive war over a strong nation united with others for peace, lies and obfuscation over the truth, and the political technique of personal character assassination as a way to win elections or to garner a few moments of applause. These are not the characteristics of great Democrats whose legacy you and I have inherited.


How many zell-ots (couldn't resist) like this guy will scramble just as hard when the Bushies are kicked out in November and they no longer have the protection of the eeeeevviiiilllllllll Karl Rove and his Hate Machine to prop them up? Zell's on the outs, and he should be, but what about all those quieter hardball players who'll noww have to start getting along again? What will they do? I wish the Dems would just not let up, and I hope President Kerry investigates EVERY SINGLE ONE of the crimes of the B*sh Admin. It'll take all 8 years of his term, and at least 4 of Obama's to get it done.