Harris Miller, a Democrat primary candidate for the U.S. Senate, is aiming for the Republican incumbent rather than his primary opponent. Miller called on Sen. George Allen to resign today. The call was based on Allen's comment in yesterday's New York Times that the Senate "is too slow for me." He ends up looking like a job hunter, so Miller argues that Allen is too focused on a presidential run to campaign credibly for reelection.
Whether or not Miller makes a good case, he can't help but looking like he's shying away from a fight.
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