What is scary about this is that Pat currently serves under Gantless as our deputy Secretary of State. I sometimes wonder where these people come up with their campaign slogans. As deputy, shouldn’t she know what the job of a SOS is? It has nothing to do with religion, God or abortion. It scares the Sh*t out of me that an ideologue like this is running our elections. How would she treat a petition challenge by a liberal Democrat Atheist who was pro-choice? It seems a Republican SOS only duty is to make sure that the opposition party doesn’t get a fair election in our state. What is even more dreadful is that the people of SD continue to vote these kind of people in office (Her challenger, Krebs, isn’t much better).

Yet the Democrats can’t dig up one single person to challenge these yahoos.

The job of SOS is simple, very simple. You must be fair and unbias. That’s it. No one cares what church you go to or whether you like kittens and rainbows. We want to know if you can do the job fairly.

Pat, as a principled voter, your postcard scares me. I will pray for you.




9 Thoughts on “What does Christianity and Abortion have to do with fair elections?

  1. Joan on May 22, 2014 at 8:32 pm said:

    I wonder how old that picture is. I assume that is her late husband, unless she has remarried, or unless this is a different Pat Miller than I am familiar with.

  2. l3wis on May 23, 2014 at 9:16 am said:

    No he is still kicking it, and yes, he is quite a bit older then Pat, that is former governor Walter Miller.

  3. scott on May 23, 2014 at 4:05 pm said:

    Looks like she’ll let kids vote too.

  4. Dan Daily on May 23, 2014 at 4:22 pm said:

    Not cool bringing faith into politics. Should be just her picture. I get lots of wrong vibe. Enough info from this card for me to vote otherwise.

  5. Joan on May 23, 2014 at 6:53 pm said:

    I thought I heard he had died. I kind of know Pat. I used to work in a non-profit that she was one of the head honchos for, if not the head. the office I worked in was in SF, and she would appear in town every now and then.

  6. Joan on May 24, 2014 at 6:36 pm said:

    I did some research this afternoon about Walter Dale Miller and did find out he is still alive. I don’t know what I was thinking before. Could be because I had my ADHD/Asperger’s grandson staying here for a few days. He went home this afternoon and now it will take a couple days to re-program myself. lol

  7. Poly43 on May 24, 2014 at 7:47 pm said:

    How are voters in SD led to ignore their economic self interest and support hacks like miller who primarily serve the interest of large corporations and the very rich? The answer. Fabricated culture wars. Starting with the G spots. God, Gays, Guns. There is a book that explains in detail why this happens. The book is over ten years old now, but as true and straight today as it was back then.

    What’s The Matter With Kansas

  8. scott on May 25, 2014 at 8:57 am said:

    i read that walter dale is 88, and her mom is 80. That’s kind of creepy.

  9. Pat's Past on May 26, 2014 at 6:23 pm said:

    Word from back in the day, if you were looking for a good time, call there was one number you could call. Then one day when a brand new old governor needed a first lady a call went out to a person in need of a more proper image. Pat answered the call to duty.

    Walter Dale Miller was ambitious slime on so many levels and he met then married his mate in 1993.

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