Zell Millers keynote was the studliest political speech I have heard in a long time. The left and the media (but I repeat myself) are doing their best to turn it into Buchanans 1992 speech, calling it "divisive," etc. However, Glenn Reynolds over at Instapundit notes the following very significant factoid:
The [Frank] Luntz swing-voter focus group loved Zell Millers speech. They liked it that he was a Democrat and an ex-Marine talking about national security. And the "spitballs" line did well.