ATLANTA -- When Georgia voters go to the polls Tuesday, one name will be conspicuously absent from the ballot: Zell Miller.
The quirky Democratic senator who backs President Bush and often votes with Republicans is retiring after a decades-long political career that made him a near permanent fixture on the Georgia ballot. Eight Democrats and three Republicans have lined up to take his place in what promises to be an important campaign in the battle for control of the Senate
About time this fucking asshole retires. He should have been booted out of the Democratic Party years ago.