The man is a nut, period. And a democrat? Your guess is as good as mine's.
Just when President Obama's appearance before the NAACP signaled how far the country has come, Zell Miller popped up and popped off, signaling that we're not quite there yet.
The former Democratic governor of Georgia is most known for his speech at the 2004 Republican National Convention bashing his party on national security. At a meeting Thursday of the conservative and Republican-oriented American Legislative Exchange Council in Atlanta, Miller continued his critique of Democrats.
Obama, "our globe-trotting president," Miller said, "needs to stop and take a break and quit gallivanting all around. I think [chief of staff] Rahm Emanuel ought to get some Gorilla Glue put it in that chair in the Oval Office and say 'Sit here awhile.' "