Shantel, I don’t think that is a ‘Dukes of Hazard’ T-Shirt

Many are wondering why Shantel keeps this photo up on a taxpayer funded website of a student proudly wearing the ‘losing’ teams shirt. Funny, I don’t see any Minnesota Vikings shirts in the crowd, at least some of the students had a little common sense.



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#1 LJL on 08.13.17 at 11:01 pm

I doubt her staff has recognized it.

Seen a confederate flag flying at a campsite at a lake last weekend. I think the freedom of speech is beautiful way to express your ignorance.

The violence in Charolette is sad proof that too many people need someone to hate. When you see someone actions are intending to offend, point and laugh. Aggression only feeds aggression.

#2 Emoluments Clause on 08.14.17 at 12:26 am

The sad thing is, that any publicity which our Secretary of State receives for this mistake, will probably help her in the South Dakota Republican Congressional primary next June, however.

It will probably also help her to make up any ground she has lost with Trumpian Republicans, when she said no to the current President’s ideas on how to obtain voter information from all of the 50 states for the President’s voter integrity commission…..

But what I would really like to know, is how the Party of Lincoln and/or the Party of Reagan somehow has now become the Party of Racism and Russia?…….

#3 Rufusx on 08.14.17 at 10:02 am

That’s not the flag of a “losing team”. It’s the flag of traitors – enemies of the constitution – enemies of the USA..

#4 Bruce on 08.14.17 at 10:41 am

EC, she could easily refuse to latest request because she had already sent files in 2016. She seems to forget these details.

#5 Emoluments Clause on 08.14.17 at 11:03 am

Bruce,

What? A Republican trying to “have their cake and eat it too?” Next you are going to try to tell me that Thune, Rounds, and Noem were going off to DC, time after time, to repeal ObamaCare, while fellow Republican Daugaard was working simultaneously to bring ObamaCare to South Dakota…… #HYPOCRISY!

#6 The D@ily Spin on 08.14.17 at 1:35 pm

It would be hard to catch this. Even so, someone wearing their choice of clothes is not a reflection on her. The confederacy is a part of national history. Different story if it’s a flag raised instead of the Stars and Stripes. I wear an Al Jazira T-shirt around home once in awhile. It was free and nobody recognizes the symbol. During wars in the Middle East, I’d check their news. The best way to win a war is understanding your enemy.

#7 l3wis on 08.14.17 at 10:25 pm

Krebs takes the photo down out of respect to the (traitorous) students. Did you also tell them to ‘be quiet’ like Noem did?

http://www.argusleader.com/story/news/education/2017/08/14/secretary-state-removes-photo-showing-confederate-flag-t-shirt/566151001/

#8 The Confederate flag debate is back | NewsCut | Minnesota Public Radio News on 08.15.17 at 6:48 am

[…] The Sioux Falls Argus Leader says Secretary of State Shantel Krebs has removed a photo from her website, taken during a visit to a school, because it shows a student wearing a Confederate flag T-shirt. The picture was spotted by blogger Scott Ehrisman of the South Dacola blog. […]

#9 The D@ily Spin on 08.15.17 at 9:42 am

Comments here are getting sectarian. Turn the page. How about Huether’s perfect hair and thousand dollar suits? That one councilor looks like Bruce Jenner after he became Kaitlin.

#10 Emoluments Clause on 08.15.17 at 10:55 am

Gettysburg, South Dakota needs to remove the Confederate flag from its city insignia too!

Hey, John Thune, Mike Rounds, Kristi Noem, Marty Jackley, Shantel Krebs, and Dusty Johnson, do you think the Gettysburg insignia is okay?…. And if so, why?

WWAD? (What would Abe do?)

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