Continuing the endorsement theme of the day, Georgia Sen. Zell Miller announced yesterday that he’ll back Bush this Nov.
“I think it was more or less understood. I’m not very much of an inactive person,” Miller said Tuesday in a telephone interview. “I have said and strongly believe that the next five years will be crucial for the America my children and grandchildren will inherit. I want a commander in chief like George Bush. I want a man who doesn’t suffer from analysis paralysis.”
And this should come as a surprise to no one. He’s long been a Republican at heart–a Democrat in name only–and for him to endorse the nation’s number one Republican politician is no stretch.
One need only to observe the title of his latest book to realize his disconnect with the modern Democratic Party: A National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conservative Democrat