The Zell-out has an op-ed in the WSJ... of course he chooses a vehicle that requires a paid registration to defend himself from charges of lunacy; wouldn't want to rub shoulders with the riff-raff. Anyway, Slate's Todays Papers describes:
In a Journal op-ed, Sen. Zell Miller says he wasn't "an angry nut" at the Republican convention; he was just terribly, terribly misunderstood. He explains what he really meant: "As I have said time and again, 9/11 changed everything. Everything, that is, except the national Democrats' shameful, manic obsession with bringing down a commander in chief."
Wow, 9/11 apparently did change everything, since it appears (if you believe Zell) that we're no longer a democracy. I guess it was too beautiful a dream to last.