Citizen Candidate for Congress David Miller joined the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce for a mixer hosted by Timothy Roe at the newly-opened Farmers Insurance Group located on Foothill Boulevard in San Dimas yesterday evening.
Candidate Miller spoke with San Dimas' entrepreneurs over pot luck items and listened to business owners who aired concerns about lingering difficulties suffered by local businesses; concerns with which Miller is familiar as a long-time small business owner. "These difficulties are the economic result of failed policies pushed by failed leadership in Washington," said Miller.
Members of the Chamber, Rodeo Board, Rotary Club, and City Council shared their ideas with Miller and absorbed his message to restore obedience to the Constitution and to revive the economy through private sector innovation.
Speaking to limitations outlined in Article 1, section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, Miller said, "Extra-constitutional regulations make it nearly impossible for businesses small and large to remain operational, and hinder their abilities to keep Americans working. Many of our current legislators ignore their oaths to defend and protect the Constitutional limitations they swore to uphold. I think America expects them to honor their oaths."
Miller will attend the Meet the Candidates Legislative Reception hosted by the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce on May 25, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm at the San Dimas Civic Center.
David Miller is running for California's 32nd Congressional District as a "citizen candidate.' His campaign emphasizes restoring obedience to the Constitution, legalizing freedom, and maintaining America's tradition of economic prosperity for "We the People.'