South Dakota State Rep, Majority Whip, Larry Rhoden’s son thinks the Left Wing is smarter than small town ‘plebs’

(H/T – SE Podcast)

Apparently the closest ‘Lefties’ live 5,000 miles away. These small town ‘plebs’ must really be naive if they get hoodwinked by a handful of people who live on another continent.


#1 5000 miles? on 04.02.18 at 7:56 am

Does Reggie not understand 5000 miles from here East and West would put you in the middle of an ocean?

#2 The Guy from Guernsey on 04.02.18 at 10:17 am

On the face of things and with similar inference that South Dakota voters are too stupid to follow the complicated intracacies of policy in the initiative and referendum process, it seems like Reggie might be destined to be Governor of South Dakota. This sort of attitude oozes from that office.

#3 The Guy from Guernsey on 04.02.18 at 10:19 am

On which bill was he making comment ? Was he a guest on a podcast ? Or, is this social media post in response to discussion of a bill ?

#4 l3wis on 04.02.18 at 10:32 am

It was made on FB I think in reference to IM22 and similar initiatives.

#5 "Very Stable Genius" on 04.02.18 at 12:49 pm

“No man is an island.”

#6 RR on 06.13.19 at 2:53 pm

This was an old Facebook comment in response to Robert Mehling to the passing of IM-22; an unconstitutional bill in which a special interest group comprised of Left-wing lawyers from Massachusetts named ‘Represent.Us’ ran a deceiving and dishonest multi-million dollar ad campaign designed to deceive voters into believing they were voting against corruption. The 5,000 miles remark is nothing more than mere hyperbole.

#7 RR on 06.13.19 at 2:56 pm

For Context: The original comment being replied to stated that the repealing of the Unconstitutional parts of IM-22 was a “middle finger to the voters” thus the use of the above verbiage.

#8 l3wis on 06.13.19 at 3:02 pm

RR- Not everyone in SD aspires to being a right wing, gun chuckler. While our state does lean right, it’s hardly a solid RED state.

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