Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Joy of sects: shady shyster Schoenbeck appearing with Whitney to defend red state failure

Lee Schoenbeck is one of South Dakota's richest white men. He is scheduled to appear with Argus Leader Media's Stu Whitney to defend his position on raising taxes on the poor.

Schoenbeck, a member of a pedophile cult and of the National Rifling Association (NRA), has covered up crimes against children who were diddled by his sect's clergy.

It'd be scary if it weren't so Stoogesque, Marxistic or Mouseketeerian.

Fred Deutsch: "I asked to serve on the task force – I bring a background of serving on school board – but my request wasn’t granted." Fred is a sectarian who just attended an anti-civil rights conference featuring one of the Duck Dynasty philosophers.

Troy Jones: "If someone has a different read with facts and knowledge, I’ll defer to them." Jones is an SDGOP squish and Roman Catholic apologizing for his cult's atrocities committed in the name of colonialism still trying to find the handle after fifty-something years of life.

Charlie Hoffman: "And that; [sic] Fred, is the proper class of intellect every person thinking about a Leadership position should write with publicly." Charlie is a rancher living in a farmer's body eclipsed by his wife's shadow.

Lee Schoenbeck: "Jones, that was too easy to bag." Schoenbeck is merely a crook for hire.

Yep. These are South Dakota's mansplainin' Republican thinkers.

Few things bring these old bones greater joy than to watch GOP on GOP cluelessness.

The nut wing of SDGOP is denying the Anthropocene, the American Genocide, and the legacy of slavery while those four losers scramble to cover up the crimes being committed against South Dakota's workforce.

South Dakota deserves the legislature it suffers.

Pass a corporate income tax, reduce the number of South Dakota counties to 25, turn DSU into a community college, and legalize cannabis: the kurtz solution painted on a thumbnail.

The hypocrisy of South Dakota’s Republican Party knows no bound.

Gabe Galandra: "For some tribes, recreational or medicinal marijuana commerce will make economic sense..."

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