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Topic of Terror Overshadowing All Others

The theme of the Republican convention on Wednesday night, as on the previous two nights, was unmistakable: Be afraid of terrorists, and be very afraid of John F. Kerry’s ability to fight the terrorists. On a day when the official theme was economic opportunity, Sen. Zell Miller (Ga.), the keynote speaker, made no mention of the economy. Instead, he delivered a derisive indictment of the Democratic presidential nominee, saying Kerry would arm the military with “spitballs” and “outsource our national security” to Paris. Miller, a disaffected Democrat, said that Kerry’s words “encourage our enemies” and that Democratic leaders are “motivated more by partisan politics than by national security.” Full Story

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