“I’m telling the truth, just ask Whopper Junior and the traveling computer server fun show.”

While the state debates whether or not spending $18,000 per military vote (while thumbing their nose at native American voters) was a wise choice by our former Secretary of Hamburgers, uh, I mean State, some other questions have arisen, like who stole the flag? And more importantly, why is it a secret?

Well, it really isn’t a secret, but that’s all you are getting from me. But if the person’s name is ever released, and it is who it is, you will see they have many political connections in Sioux Falls.

Stay tuned, this is going to get interesting.

I also wonder if the timing of this flag fiasco and Gant investigation (that has been going on for months) has anything to do with taking attention away from the latest EB-5 findings? As you may or may not know, Shantel and Mitch Krebs are close friends with Mike Rounds, and would defend him in any manner. Nice distraction folks.

Let’s worry about flags and I-Pads while the elephant walks out of the room.

7 Thoughts on “Whole stole the flag?

  1. The D@ily Spin on November 1, 2015 at 1:55 pm said:

    This issue keeps growing. What’s sad is there’ll be no prosecution and everybody walks. There will be a repeat performance with bigger scale. I suggest a standing ovation when he appears in public. Certainly, there’s shame and embarrassing sarcasm is a little satisfaction for honest hard working citizens.

  2. he’ll get probation, and the guy that stole a sixpack at the shopping cart will get 3 years in the pen.

  3. Pretty much. I wonder is the AG is doing any case research on people who steal historical artifacts? Oh wait, he was a Republican, he gets a pass.

  4. The D@ily Spin on November 2, 2015 at 8:02 pm said:

    Oh well, maybe a new flag. One with stripes and God. What’s happened in Sioux Falls is headed to the state capitol. When the city and state are nothing but red, shred the paper and make depression style tomato soup. The disease that’s destroyed Chicago and Illinois has come here. It’s entertaining to watch while you can escape the tax increases but it’s important to recognize when it’s time to leave. Where to from here?

  5. I’m sure Jamison and Thune both gave Jackley a call.

  6. anominous on November 3, 2015 at 8:15 am said:

    Marty Jackley here offers the “pawn stars” appraisal of the original SD state flag at $401.

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