Why is Zell Miller, who prominently links to his idiotic “Beethoven for Babies” bill that says more about his willingness to sell out to Sony than about his grasp of science, a Democrat? His site touts his exempting two Georgia counties from EPA regulations because it would have “a negative impact on the sitting [sic, I think] of new industry and the procurement of federal transportation funding…” He wants to push Bush’s right-wing extremist judicial appointments through. He has a barbaric attitude about our treatment of Abu Ghraib prisoners that blames having men and women serve together in “these kinds” of military missions — this piece is sickening.
So, any guesses about the conversation Miller had with President Bush:
Miller: Well, Mr. President, I’m ready to make the move. Make it official. Switch sides of the aisle.
W: That’s great Zelly-Belly. Let’s do it up big. You ever strap on a six-shooter? Just for the fun of it, I mean? Maybe we could…
Karl Rove appears from behind curtains.
Rove: Not so fast, Senator Miller. You’re of more use to us as a Democrat.
W: But don’t we need him to vote our way in the Senate?
Rove: Done. Now imagine him as a Democrat giving a keynote at our Convention.
W: Are we letting Democrats in?
Rove: No, Mr. President. We’re letting Senator Miller in. And he’s going to show the sort of bi-partisan support you have.
W: Like the Log Cabin boys? A lot of them are bi, too.
Rove: Yes, like the Log Cabin boys. And then after the election, Senator Miller can become, oh, I don’t know, Ambassador Miller? How’s that sound, Zell? Maybe something with the word “Secretary” in it.
Miller: Sounds as nice as sweet potato pie.
Miller: Hmm. Do I smell sulfur?
Rove: Yeah, um, it’s my, um, anti-perspirant. You’ll get used to it.
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Date: August 30th, 2004 dw