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Subject: A Threat?
Category: Relationships and Society > Politics
Asked by: coffeelady-ga
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Posted: 21 Jun 2005 08:18 PDT
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Question ID: 535474
What is the name of the registered Republican who was taken into
custody by the US Secret Service as a threat to the President? This
person later ran for a seat in the US Senate and also spent a great
deal of money and resources in Georgia campaigning for then-governor
William Jefferson Clinton when he ran for President.

Request for Question Clarification by rainbow-ga on 21 Jun 2005 09:12 PDT
Hi coffeelady,

I would like to clarify a few things regarding your question:

Which president was this person a threat to when he was taken into custody?

When did this person run for a seat in the US Senate?

Any other details you can provide will help. Thanks.

Best regards,

Clarification of Question by coffeelady-ga on 21 Jun 2005 10:33 PDT
George H. W. Bush

Request for Question Clarification by rainbow-ga on 21 Jun 2005 22:59 PDT
Where did you hear/read about this person? As I mentioned before, any
further details you can provide may help. Thanks.

Best regards,

Clarification of Question by coffeelady-ga on 22 Jun 2005 04:18 PDT
To provide additional information about this person, I might as well
answer the question for you and save $20. There are articles about him
all over the Internet. He was taken into custody as a verbal threat,
not a physical threat. Here's one of the many articles I read. The RNC
referes to gospel singer/author, Bob Miller as the Bendict Arnold of
the Republican Party.

As requested:

Political News
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Edited for Send2Press by Carly Zander

Democracy Took The Day Off at Annual Song Writers Conference

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL - March 4, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Author and
Gospel singer Bob Miller (, a registered
Republican shocked his fellow song writers at their annual conference
this week with his most unexpected political opinions. Miller said,
"With the backbone of the Democratic Party, William Jefferson Clinton,
out of the way and the Bush Storm Troopers in place, democracy took
the day off. Then this war-for-profit crew moved forward with their
plans as if world opinions were irrelevant."

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse, as Miller continued,
"Now that the moment of glory has passed and the long years of blood,
sweat and tears are upon us, they will yet again -- according to plan
-- take their spoils and move on, leaving the rest of us to bury the
dead and balance the checkbook."

After taking a drink (presumably of water) Miller said, "Think about
it... $30 million dollars and instant naturalization given to an Arab
who provided the whereabouts of Saddam's sons in order that Bush,
Blair and the major armed forces of the world could at least find
someone or something, if not WMD."

"I am grateful for the many invitations to join the Democratic Party,
but Ill stick it out here. I mean, how could it possibly get any worse
than having the second most hated man to live in the last 200 years as
your candidate?"

There were no hecklers, but then most everyone appeared speechless
except Miller, "I'm not campaigning against a fellow Republican. The
truth is; Bush does not represent the Republican Party or any other
party for that matter. He represents the Bush dynasty. Is it not bad
enough that another four years of his dictatorship will produce yet
more unemployed, homeless and demoralized Americans?"

"Can we also risk having to cope with his uncontrollable ego? The
leadership of this father and son team can be critiqued using a term
that epitomizes their presidencies: Collateral Damage. Clearly,
America's integrity and economy fall into this category when they
clash with the prosperity of Bush and his accomplices."

Mr. Miller followed this up with a gospel song.

Miller served as a pilot in Vietnam, and challenged Richard Shelby for
a U.S. Senate seat in 1992.

Clarification of Question by coffeelady-ga on 22 Jun 2005 07:52 PDT
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Subject: Re: A Threat?
From: bobmiller-ga on 22 Jun 2005 06:48 PDT
Since this article has been posted about me, I feel the need and
believe I have the right to make one point. The U.S. Secret Service
did NOT take me into custody to be cruel. As a matter of fact, they
were very nice and asked me several times to soften my comments about
the president. When I failed to do as they asked, they did their job.
While I advocate that we protect our freedom of speech by whatever
means necessary, we must also take responsibility for our actions. The
Secret Service knew that I did not own any weapons and was for gun
control. Their concern, and rightly so, was that my speeches were
attracting those who did own weapons and were looking for an excuse to
use them. I have spent the better part of twenty years and most of my
savings campaigning against the George Bush family because when he was
the Director of the CIA, he paraded Saddam Hussein and Manuel Noriega
around like they were saints. He supplied them with credibility,
money, and CIA mercenaries and when these puppets no longer served him
and his oil cartel, he spent more American lives and dollars to
replace them with other puppets. The North Vietnamese are willing to
forget our trespasses and move on, but the Arabs will not be so quick
to do the same. President George W. Bush will not finish what he has
so callously started.
Subject: Re: A Threat?
From: politicalguru-ga on 22 Jun 2005 07:18 PDT
Coffee Lady, 

One thing is not clear to me. If you've already known the answer, why
did you ask the question?

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