by David Safier
Ally Miller went on the Bill Buckmaster Show August 30 and said it was "name calling" and "juvenile behavior" to call her a Tea Party member. She even said people who refer to her membership in the Tea Party are "willing to fabricate just horrible stories and lies about me."
Ally may be running away from her Tea Party affiliation since she won the Republican primary for Pima County Supervisor, District 1, but there was a time she proclaimed her affiliation with the Tea Party Patriots proudly. She was even given the label, "Woman of Courage" for her work with the group.
Here's a transcript of the clip.
Interviewer: And now we've caught up with Ally Miller from the Pima County Tea Party Patriots, another of the "Women of Courage" as drawn by artist Lisa Ruth. Ally, thanks for taking a few moments this evening to speak with us. What does it mean to you to be singled out as a woman of courage?
Ally: Well, it's a real honor, because I've known Lisa for about a year since I got involved with Pima County Tea Party Patriots. She was one of the founding members.
You can view the whole interview here.
When will Ally Miller, "Woman of Courage," tell us why she thinks it's "name calling," "juvenile behavior" and fabricating "horrible stories and lies about me" to inform voters about part of her biography which she has mentioned, even bragged about, on numerous occasions?
[Full disclosure: I volunteer with Nancy Young Wright's campaign. I am also a member of the fact-based community.]