For Immediate Release
Contact: Jon Miller
Miller Pledges To DEFUND ObamaCare
Today DeFundIt.org announced Craig Miller, Republican candidate for Florida’s 24th Congressional District, has signed the De-Fund it pledge to de-fund ObamaCare if elected. He is the only leading candidate in District 24 to sign the pledge joining over 120 candidates nationwide.
“By signing our pledge, Miller has taken a leadership position in calling for the de-funding of ObamaCare as the first necessary step to fully repealing and replacing this unconstitutional, job-killing, fiscal train wreck. Americans and Floridians would have a friend in Congress with a principled Veteran like Craig,” stated Defund it.org Chairman Alex Cortes.
“The Obama/Kosmas healthcare takeover is one of the worst pieces of legislation I have ever seen,” stated Craig Miller. “It was passed against the wishes of a vast majority of Americans and will destroy the doctor/patient relationship and add a huge tax increase at a time when we can afford it the least. Should Congress not have the votes to override a Presidential veto to overturn this legislation, the next obvious step is to take away the funding to enact it. Thank you to Alex Cortes and the DufundIt.org movement for leading this fight.”
When Craig was just 13 he went to work washing dishes at the Neptune Restaurant in Rockledge, Florida. He graduated from Cocoa High and served in Vietnam. He was stationed at McCoy and Patrick Air Force Bases. He met his wife Susan while working at the Colony Theater in Winter Park and then graduated from UCF. Craig led Pizzeria Uno and Ruth’s Chris Steak House – creating thousands of jobs and building hundreds of restaurants across America. Craig lives in Seminole County with his wife Susan and is the father of three grown children and one grandchild. His mother and sister still live in Brevard County.
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