Could Zell Miller's Unbalanced Keynote Tirade Hurt the GOP?

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | September 13, 2004
By the time of the Don Imus interview, Zell Miller already had learned that he and his wife, Shirley, were unceremoniously bumped from their enviable place on the stage during the president's speech — a move that seemed a clear acknowledgement that Bush's most ardent Democratic cheerleader had become an embarrassment.

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