Ken Miller has released a
movie short film about himself. In case you’re at work and can’t watch a movie right now, here’s a summary of the film’s plot:
Miller, speaking very slowly, expounds on his confusion over what the Governor of a state actually does, and his apparent beliefs that members of the military gave their lives so that a furniture salesman could be governor. America!
Miller claims that as governor he is going to “create options for out of control deficit spending?” [Ken, you're running for the Governor of the State, we don't have a deficit, in fact we have a $300 million surplus. Did you get confused? Remember, Governor=state, Congress=nation]
Then, the dramatic climax. In the same heroic “spirit of wealth, dignity and freedom” demonstrated by Ken Miller when he succeeded in putting an American flag above his furniture store after 9/11, he’d be that awesome of a Governor and Montana’s future depends on it.
Finally, the dog whistling.
Ken Miller: he’s gonna be a Gov that will “execute” our “God-given” rights. Get it, like the right to put people to death and force his religious views on us.