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Well done, Zell,
This review is from: A National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conservative Democrat (Hardcover)
The shrill criticisms of this book speak volumes about how very credible is Zell Miller's analysis. Yes, Zell is a conservative Democrat. This is a result, not in spite of, his Southern heritage. The country should mourn his political passing and hope that men of such high character will succeed him in all levels of political office.
In this book, Zell is arguing against the vapid blather that is dominating the current Democratic political discourse. A result of which is Liberal politics' transformation into a game of gotcha rather than representative government. The Democrats are heading toward a major stand-off with the American people, and may meet the Whig's in the trash heap of history.
Zell's leadership, heart, and compassion will be sorely missed here in the heart of Dixie. Unfortunately for the party, the Democrat's will not miss him but instead hasten his departure.
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Initial post: Sep 18, 2008 9:18:13 AM PDT
Ricky N. says:
I am a fellow Georgian and I agree with you and enjoyed your review. In 2004 and 2008 the Democrats have nominated Northern liberals and can't understand why they keep losing the White House. The last Northern Democratic president was John Kennedy and most would consider him more of a moderate or conservative by today's standards
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