Gary Miller is “not getting the sense”

Over at Politico, Alex Isenstadt is reporting that

Accountant Phil Liberatore has poured nearly half a million dollars into a GOP primary challenge to Rep. Gary Miller (R-Calif.), who has found himself on the end of a wave of attacks from the self-funder over his support for the TARP bailout…

“Phil is spending a lot of money because he doesn’t want to be beholden to any special interests,” said Sullivan. “They’re tired of it….”

But Miller, who held five events in his district on Monday, said he remained confident of victory and that while voters around the country were unhappy, he believed his constituents approved of the job he was doing.

“I’m not getting the sense that people are unhappy with me in the district,” said Miller.

Read Isenstadt’s entire article here.

[Image of Miller playing soldier courtesy of Dissent the Blog.]

  2 comments for “Gary Miller is “not getting the sense”

  1. Steve Perez
    June 3, 2010 at 3:35 pm

    Too bad it’s not a bye bye to the man who rents his own congressional offices with tax-payer money to himself.

  2. June 4, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    If Phil Liberatore looses his Republican Party Primary challenge by only a single digit margin; then that should give Congressman Miller reason to believe that people are unhappy with his Wall Street votes. Both web sites at: > State/Federal Candidates > California.

    Those that are registered to vote as a “Decline To State” may ask for the Republican Party Primary Ballot at your polling place.

    Repent Congressman Gary Miller and sign the petition.

    “To Save Our Nation Congress Must Pass Glass-Steagall and Shut Down Derivatives Now!”

    (I’m an American Independent Party candidate for State Treasurer.)

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