Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Hawks should exploit the legislature just like Kristi did

On yesterday's broadcast of 100 Eyes Jonathan Ellis said the legislature will hear arguments for a corporate income tax.
One South Dakota lawmaker says she’s crafting a resolution about debt-free college. Democratic State Representative Paula Hawks says she wants to start a conversation with fellow lawmakers about the cost of higher education. Hawks says she supports a national movement that involves progressive thinking to address higher education and student debt. She says in South Dakota that begins with a legislative resolution she plans to file ahead of January’s session start. [Bill Janklow's idea of public radio]
Cannabis certainly is an issue that energizes both sides especially at a time when voter turnouts are at historic lows. But Rep. Hawks isn't offering anything new and has ignored President Obama, you know, that guy who leads the Democratic Party?

She could at least talk about what she's hearing from voters of all stripes but even her social media is flickering even though she has raised a little money.

She has nothing to lose by being revolutionary.

Pat Powers makes a stopped clock look like a well-greased machine. Powers has long been banned from this and other South Dakota related sites because of a constant stream of bigotry, misogyny and other hate speech while Jason Gant has waddled away into obscurity.

Paula Hawks should use the South Dakota legislature for a political springboard just like Kristi Noem did...but without the extramarital exploits.

What are your thoughts?

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