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Thursday, January 15, 2004  

On Monday I referenced an op-ed in the Times by Christie Whitman, wherein she praised moderates in both parties. Wrote she: "Many moderate Democrats also feel alienated from their party; Senator Zell Miller of Georgia has recently written a book about it. Party estrangement is, sadly, bipartisan, and it is destroying American politics." And no wonder Zell's a fave of Republicans.

Because now good ol' Zell is doing more than writing about it.

U.S. Sen. Zell Miller, a Georgia Democrat who has frequently broken with his party to support Republican policies, has agreed to campaign for President Bush's reelection, a campaign spokesman said.

The move gives the campaign a major name for its efforts to organize Democrats for Bush around the country, after a similar push struggled in 2000.

Ah, I don't think this really requires much analysis by me--you may provide your own expletive.

(Didn't I write some satire about this? It's so damn hard to stay satirically ahead of these idiots.)

posted by Jeff | 12:41 PM |
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