Should GOP toady Assemblyman Jeff Miller be recalled?

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Republican Assemblyman Jeff Miller’s campaign website features the headline “Conservative Republican for Assembly.”  However, Miller is not much of refused to vote to remove RINO GOP Assembly Leader Mike Villines, even though Villines supported our recent new state budget and tax increase.  Miller is a Whip for the GOP Assembly members.  But it sounds like Villines has him whipped.

And so now John and Ken, of KFI, have announced an effort to recall Miller, in effect they are making him their political human sacrifice of 2009.

Our former blogger, Chris Emami, wrote that “According to campaign finance reports, Miller has $975 cash on hand in his 2008 account and is in debt $101,878 from his 2008 race, as of December 31, 2008.  His 2010 account is in debt by $2,027 with no cash on hand, again as of December 31, 2008.”

It certainly sounds like Miller can be taken out.

You might recall that Miller had to beat Neil Blais in the primary before he got to the Assembly.  Blais hails from Rancho Santa Margarita.  Miller is from Corona.  Most of the voters in his district are in Orange County, but they got stuck with a legislator from the Inland Empire – and now it has turned out that he is nothing more than a toady for Villines, who voted to raise our taxes.

So who endorsed Miller when he ran against Blais?  Click here to read that sorry list of hack Republicans.  The list includes Assemblyman Anthony Adams, who voted for the tax increase; disgraced former San Bernardino County Assessor Bill Postmus, whose career ended amidst allegations of homosexuality and meth use; lame Mission Viejo Council Members Frank Ury and John Paul Ledesma; and Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle.

But to be fair, Blais had some awful endorsements too, including Assemblyman Jim Silva; Mike Schroeder; and Assemblyman Van Tran.

The Recall Jeff Miller campaign has its own blog, and a Facebook page.

Should Miller be recalled?  I am not sure he ever should have been elected in the first place!

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