End the Rex Rolfing Nightmare on May 15

If you watch the City Council meeting last night you will see councilor Rolfing up to his normal head shaking, I am right attitude with his right hand man, Mike ‘Rude Boy’ Huether returning to run the meeting.

It didn’t take long for Mike to insult someone at public input, accusing a local attorney of not being ‘organized’. In fact, the attorney was doing what a good attorney does, speaking slow and methodically to present his case. But Mr. Ramrod wasn’t having it, luckily though councilor Stehly was able to extend his time.

So after 8 long years of MMM and his lap dog Rex Rolfing, imagine my surprise when I heard Rex was running in my district (13) for the House race. SAY IT AIN’T SO!

I have already threatened to register Republican so I can vote for Noem in the primary, but with this latest revelation, I could also use my switcheroo to vote against Rolfing.

Please, my Republican friends, let’s retire this disaster of a public servant on May 15th for good.


#1 The D@ily Spin on 03.14.18 at 12:43 pm

Pick someone you do not want to be your leader. That would be T-Rex. If he gets into the legislature, we can’t wear hats. He should become extinct in politics and pass into ancient history like other dinosaurs.

#2 "Very Stable Genius" on 03.14.18 at 12:59 pm

I think Rex will be perfect for Pierre. And Pierre will be perfect for Rex too, because the Sergeant of Arms for the State House won’t allow hats…. Perfect!

Oh, but initially where is Rex going to find a hat to throw in the ring?

#3 "Very Stable Genius" on 03.14.18 at 1:14 pm

But the again, maybe he has a private collection from the citizens open mic time….

#4 voter on 03.14.18 at 3:18 pm


#5 "Very Stable Genius" on 03.14.18 at 3:46 pm

Or better yet,

“Thy Lord wishes to give up one’s peerage? But is it not for life and nontransferable? And thou Rex wishes to replace thy Lord? Definitely, “Rex” is kingly in name, but sadly he is not one who is much amused by thee jesters of a court. And although going from a Lord to a king may sound advancing, it could also be devolving instead. For will he, that we call the new king, not admonish thee amusers to a dismal reality should he ascend to such a priestly and governing stature?”

(An other excerpt from Bill Bard’s, “The Son of Brookings”)

#6 The D@ily Spin on 03.14.18 at 3:49 pm

Experienced with lamb bone and hat tricks. Fine for the Sioux Falls Huether puppet show but not skills for state office.

#7 saisor covefe on 03.15.18 at 10:30 pm

choke on it


#8 LINDA on 03.27.18 at 9:56 am

or maybe where the sun don’t shine