"If I didn't like it I could call my congressman"
First, let me ask you a question, who in congress represents you?
I'm going to take a guess and guess that you said "not one of them".
Let me take you back to January 28th, 2016 because that's where my campaign story begins. I'm sitting on a chair in a hospital room admiring my newborn son and speaking with the nurse about how terrible the healthcare is at the VA. She graciously informed me that the VA covers 100% of the healthcare costs for the first 7 days of a veteran's newborn's life. I was shocked, amazed, or even flabbergasted that something so incredibly useful originated from the VA, so I gave them a call. Turns out, the VA only covers newborns from their female veterans and the woman on the other end politely told me that if I didn't like it I could call my congressman. I called. Sherrod Brown's office couldn't care less (probably because I'm not a big donor to his campaign or maybe because my last name isn't Clinton. We may never know).
I am running for congress because the political class is so far removed from the average american that average american problems just don't exist in their world. I'd be willing to bet that they have never felt the dread of accidentally overdrafting their bank account knowing it was going to mean skipping lunch all next week. They all seem to tell you how great they are going to make America or how they plan on helping the lower and middle classes but the result has always and will always be the same, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer
I am an Afghanistan combat veteran, a service technician, karate instructor, father, and friend to all of good will. I've seen first hand how the VA is failing my brothers and sisters, how Obamacare is destroying small businesses, how the racebaiting of divisive politicians is causing tension between friends, how the war on freedom is imprisoning people for exercising their rights against a power hungry government, how the government has failed the average american so terribly that barely half of eligible voters even take the time to vote once every four years.
I am running for congress to represent the unrepresented, liberate the oppressed, and to give the power of the government back to the people where it belongs.
I am Johnathan Miller