The movers and shakers of 2011: Terry McMillan

Jan 2, 2011 Full story: Las Cruces Sun-News 23

State Rep. Terry McMillan might well be the first surgeon to join the ranks of the New Mexico House of Representatives.

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Judas

Farmington, NM

#1 Jan 3, 2011
He won't be the first drunk, though.
Excuse Me

United States

#2 Jan 3, 2011
He won the election because nobody knows him.
He is not your normal human being.
If you have ever been around him you would see that he has very strange non-social ways.
Another rich doctor to help the rich people of this state.
People need to start voting for people like them. NOT THE RICH! They only take care of the rich.
wah

Payson, AZ

#3 Jan 3, 2011
Excuse Me wrote:
He won the election because nobody knows him.
He is not your normal human being.
If you have ever been around him you would see that he has very strange non-social ways.
Another rich doctor to help the rich people of this state.
People need to start voting for people like them. NOT THE RICH! They only take care of the rich.
WAHHH! I don't have any money and he does! WAAHHH!!! I want someone to vote to give me things I can't buy on my own! WAAHHH!!!!
Fri Daddy

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Jan 3, 2011
Because I know him and his family, I can say that Dr. McMillan is a great guy. I'm not rich by any means and he treats me just fine. He's a great doctor and is committed to helping all New Mexicans. Steinborn lost fair and square. Get over it!
lctp

Albuquerque, NM

#5 Jan 3, 2011
McMillan on his website acknowledges that he's a recovering alcoholic and has seen 17 years of sobriety. He said "honesty, transparency and acceptance of personal responsibility," traits that have helped him beat alcoholism.
If the MFR wants to talk about honesty and transparency then he should mention that he also had a problem with drugs and women.
republican watch dog

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Jan 3, 2011
McMillan thinks that people on medicaid should pay. They are on medicaid because they lack money and Terry would take what little they have.
BottleRocket

Las Cruces, NM

#7 Jan 3, 2011
The whining lefties...sore losers...are out in force.
Woody

Las Cruces, NM

#9 Jan 3, 2011
I have known Dr. McMillan personally for a long time. He is involved in all sorts of social activity. A man going for riches would not give up 60 days of lucrative practice which gets him nothing but per diem. As he said over and over, he ran because he is concerned with the direction of our Country and our State.
ooo

Alamogordo, NM

#10 Jan 3, 2011
I have known Dr. McMillan for a long time. I did not vote for him because of what I know.
Cato

United States

#11 Jan 3, 2011
Does not sound like he's done much moving and shaking yet, beyond benefiting from a backlash and defeating a decent legislator. I hope he can produce anything useful, but we will see.
Deputy 276

Peoria, AZ

#12 Jan 3, 2011
He looks like one of those convicted child pervs.
Wonder how many skeletons he has in that big alcoholic closet he carries around and mentions daily?
Jerry Martin

Peoria, AZ

#13 Jan 3, 2011
McMillian can team up with Little and they can be the McLittle Duo of Dona Ana.

And that's exactly about what they will be able to accomplish in their brief two-year terms.
Whatever

Las Cruces, NM

#14 Jan 3, 2011
Excuse Me wrote:
He won the election because nobody knows him.
He is not your normal human being.
If you have ever been around him you would see that he has very strange non-social ways.
Another rich doctor to help the rich people of this state.
People need to start voting for people like them. NOT THE RICH! They only take care of the rich.
The rich employ the likes of you. Without the rich, you would not have your God given right to speak so frealy you jack wagon.
Truth

Las Cruces, NM

#15 Jan 3, 2011
lctp wrote:
McMillan on his website acknowledges that he's a recovering alcoholic and has seen 17 years of sobriety. He said "honesty, transparency and acceptance of personal responsibility," traits that have helped him beat alcoholism.
If the MFR wants to talk about honesty and transparency then he should mention that he also had a problem with drugs and women.
And while were at it, how about having Jeff Steinborn open up on his white stuff drug use.
John Smiff

Washington, DC

#16 Jan 3, 2011
You go Terry! This registered Democrat voted for you because you totally understand we just cannot afford -nor are we willing- to continue outrageous something-for-nothing social policies and that we want our identity, standard-of-living and quality of life to improve, not erode.
Ben

Ranchos De Taos, NM

#17 Jan 3, 2011
Now here is a guy that is going to totally screw over the common man.
Fifi

Albuquerque, NM

#18 Jan 3, 2011
In his pic is he wearing a toupee? If so, very bad piece.
Jessica

Las Cruces, NM

#19 Jan 3, 2011
republican watch dog wrote:
McMillan thinks that people on medicaid should pay. They are on medicaid because they lack money and Terry would take what little they have.
If they can afford to have kids then then can afford to pay a small amount for thier childs heath insurance. If you cant stop having kids.
prodigal son

Albuquerque, NM

#20 Jan 7, 2011
It is truly sad people don't believe one can change, and are so judgmental. Listen to him, not to hearsay. He is a trooper, not proud but not ashamed of his past,and dedicated to whatever he puts his mind to. He worked hard knocking on over 1000 doors, neeting peiople and won fare and square. He is a very gifted man/speaker., and ot integrity, who has sustained 17 year recovery, a marriage of 27 years, and a medical practice. HOW MANY LAS CRUCENS CAN SAY THAT??? A $10 co-pay will make "those people" think twice about using the ER, like a walk in bathroom at a gas station. It does not benefit HIM, but our state's medicaid indebtedness. It's a genius idea.
John Smiff

Washington, DC

#21 Jan 10, 2011
prodigal son wrote:
It is truly sad people don't believe one can change, and are so judgmental. Listen to him, not to hearsay. He is a trooper, not proud but not ashamed of his past,and dedicated to whatever he puts his mind to. He worked hard knocking on over 1000 doors, neeting peiople and won fare and square. He is a very gifted man/speaker., and ot integrity, who has sustained 17 year recovery, a marriage of 27 years, and a medical practice. HOW MANY LAS CRUCENS CAN SAY THAT??? A $10 co-pay will make "those people" think twice about using the ER, like a walk in bathroom at a gas station. It does not benefit HIM, but our state's medicaid indebtedness. It's a genius idea.
Very good point, except the co-pay should be more like $25 to $50 like for those who actually have to pay for their medical care. Where else can you get 100's or 1000's of $ worth of medical care for pennies on the dollar? Let the leeches take some personal responsibility for a long, long overdue change.

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