The Democrat National Convention is currently going on in Boston. We’ve all seen the list of speakers, from Bill Clinton to Al Sharpton. But there is one person that isn’t going to be a speaker at this year’s Democrat Convention: Senator Zell Miller from Georgia. That wouldn’t be very important if it was just any Senator, but what makes Zell Miller important is that he is himself a Democrat, and a very prominent Democrat. In fact, he was a speaker at the Democrat National Convention in New York twelve years ago in support of Bill Clinton and against George H. W. Bush. What makes a sitting Democrat Senator for the first time in his life vote Republican, and speak at the opposite party’s convention(first time in history?), well, instead of me telling you, I’ll let Senator Miller explain for himself.