Sen. Zell Miller, a Democratic turncoat and a staunch Bush supporter, criticized Kerry for supposedly flip-flopping on the issue, but it seems the Georgia lawmaker can't throw too many stones in his glass house.
In 1992, Miller told the Democrats: "For 12 dark years the Republicans have dealt in cynicism and skepticism. They've mastered the art of division and diversion, and they have robbed us of our hope."
He said repeatedly that the first President Bush "doesn't get it," and concluded, "And so the choice in this election is clear — we've got a race between an aristocrat, an autocrat and a Democrat. I know who I'm for."
Nothing has changed, Zell except common sense has apparently left you.