, who lost the U.S. Senate race in Alaska in 2010, says his Western Representation PAC is aiming to spend at least $500,000 campaigning against former Massachusetts governor and declared GOP candidate Mitt Romney. The aim: to knock the apparent frontrunner out of the saddle in early primary contests like New Hampshire, according to a report by The Daily Caller
“It’s about getting the government back to its fundamentals, limiting government and showing that Romney is not embracing that approach,” Miller declares about the “Stop Romney” campaign.
Miller, who chairs the Western Representation PAC, voices concerns over Romney’s “big government approach.”
“Unless you have the perspective of government that puts the constitution first, that means getting back to the enumerated powers, you have no business running for president and we’re not going to support you and in fact, we’re going to stop you,” Miller says.
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