Zell Miller, I challenge you to a duel.
For someone who claims the pious high ground, Zell Miller appears to be a big league hypocrite:
When this nationally famous figure left the governor's office in 1999, he pocketed more than $60,000 in taxpayer funds
earmarked for entertainment and other expenses at the Governor's Mansion, WSB-TV investigative reporter Dale Cardwell revealed last week.
Miller also picked up a check for more than $20,000 for "unused leave"-a sum to which he was not entitled as a constitutional officer, Cardwell also reported.
Before you judge him however, he has an excuse:
Miller says that he was technically eligible to take the mansion money as his own because no one said he could not.
Now there's an excuse right up there with the dog ate my homework!
So Zell, pistols?