Sunday, August 29, 2004

Keynoter Zell Set to Rip Kerry: "John Kerry's 'miserable record' over the course of his 19-year Senate career will be a focus of Sen. Zell Miller's highly anticipated speech at the Republican National Convention, the renegade Georgia Democrat told The Post.

"The 72-year-old Miller, who next Wednesday will become the first member of an opposing party to deliver the keynote address at a national convention, plans to hit Kerry over his political career—one that Miller claims has been spent pushing and voting for far-left issues."

"'John Kerry's record in the Senate is a miserable one—it is a disgraceful one,' Miller charged. 'His record is far from the mainstream on nearly every issue. He is where 15 or 20 percent of people are.' Miller said many Americans are still in the dark about Kerry's voting patterns—primarily because the candidate himself has avoided discussing it.

"'Watching the Democratic convention, the bio of John Kerry seemed to be "I was born. I served in Vietnam. I am running for president,"' Miller said.

"They overlooked 20 years in the Senate. That's where you'll see the real John Kerry."

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