Libs smear messenger, avoid message

The Left is scared, and the name of their fear is “Zell.”
Ken Layne calls him a “nigger-hater“, Andrew Sullivan calls him a crude racist Dixiecrat, Atrios evokes a Nazi theme, and John Harris of the Washington Post describes his face as “twisted in a countenance of contempt and anger” while delivering a message of fear and ferocity and vitriol. But if you can muster the patience to wade through the squealing panic and analyze the authors’ points (when they bother to have one, anyway), you’ll notice that something’s conspicuously missing from all of their attacks.
Proof that Zell Miller is wrong.
You won’t see it, because they can’t offer it. Keep that in mind, watch the speech again, and vote accordingly.

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  1. Ken Layne is letting his anger get the better of him and allowing his ignorance to show through. Feeble minds resort to attacks when they can’t mount a proper defense. While Zell delivered a riotous speech is was nonfactual on several accounts and Zell should be called on the carpet for it. He could learn a thing or two from Cheney who chose a more poignant and professional approach. Zell played loose and fast with the fact for the sake of political grandstanding and he’ll get railed for it over the next couple of days. Unless of course, Bush can pull off a whopper of a speech, which doesn’t seem to be the case thus far.

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