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Monday, June 30, 2003
By Steven Taylor

Interesting: Miller Emerges as New Voice for Bush Re-Election

A new voice has emerged in the re-election campaign of President Bush (news – web sites), that of Dennis Miller, who is gaining a reputation as a conservative comic by attacking Democrats with biting humor.

Miller flew on Air Force One from San Francisco to Los Angeles with the president on Friday, and later gave a stand-up routine at a Bush fund-raiser in Los Angeles.

“I spent an amazing couple of hours with Dennis Miller,” Bush said during his Los Angeles speech after Miller’s routine. “He keeps you on your toes.”

And, amusing:

For instance, he took aim at West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd, a Democratic elder statesmen who has questioned the Iraq war and its chaotic aftermath.

Even some in the crowd of Republican loyalists booed when Miller said of Byrd: “I think he must be burning the cross at both ends.”

Responding to the boos, Miller said: “Well, he was in the (Ku Klux) Klan. Boo me, but he was in the Klan.”

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He had a special barb for one candidate, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean [...]

“He can roll up his sleeves all he wants at public events, but as long as we see that heart tattoo with Neville Chamberlain’s name on his right forearms, he’s never going anywhere,” Miller said.

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3 Responses to “Miller Campaigns for Bush”

  1. diana Says:

    Well, I wish everyone in America could read (and comprehend) THIS post.

  2. Sooth Sayer Says:

    Attaboy, Dennis. Take that Follywood!

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