Zell Miller vs. Maureen Dowd

SEN. Zell Miller (D- Ga.) laced into New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd yesterday on the “Imus in the Morning” radio show, saying, “The more Maureen Loud [sic] gets on ‘Meet the Press’ and writes those col umns, the redder these states get. I mean, they don’t want some high brow hussy from New York City explaining to them that they’re id iots and telling them that they’re stupid.” Miller also suggested “that red-headed woman at the New York Times” should not mock anyone’s religion: “You can see horns just sprouting up through that Technicolor hair.” Dowd responds: “I’m not a highbrow hussy from New York. I’m a highbrow hussy from Washington. Senator, pistols or swords?”

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