Lavallee helps TenHaken get elected, than he helps host a Noem fundraiser

Funny how these things go? When mayoral candidates are running for office they claim to be ‘bi-partisan’ than they go and do things like this after elected. If I was Paul I would have just quietly sent Noem a check.


#1 Blasphemo on 08.04.18 at 4:16 pm

What a ‘gag me’ event. Not that it’s anything new, but SO elitist with the social climber/society supporters clamoring to get their names printed on a list to reassure themselves as to who they rub elbows with. And to think all these self appointed, upper echelon country clubbing power brokers are lining up behind just an everyday “…wife, an experienced small business owner, a lifelong farmer and rancher – and above all else, a mother.” Sure. Such a wholesome little Trump touting Tessie. Yuk.

#2 Warren Phear on 08.04.18 at 4:30 pm

At $500 a plate, I am sure Paul Ten….Haken will be greeting his base.

#3 On My Way To Sturgis on 08.04.18 at 11:27 pm

Haven’t you heard? The elite can do whatever they damn well please. They are about associations more than philosophy. It’s a game to them, while they laugh at the masses, who have integrity, purpose, and a genuine philosophy of life.


#4 D@ily Spin on 08.05.18 at 7:06 am

For 5 Franklins, there better be an escargot appetizer and a ‘Happy Ending’.

#5 Jerry on 08.05.18 at 10:35 pm

“Quietly send a check” and there would have been a blog post about the check sent.

#6 D@ily Spin on 08.06.18 at 11:02 am

Pay with a card, enjoy the meal, watch the floor show, contest the charge, cancel the credit card, and take the income tax deduction. Not really, it takes contributions to get elected. I just wish it didn’t have to be so obvious and obnoxious. Noem will be a good governor.

#7 Knothead Peasant on 08.08.18 at 10:35 am

I don’t see Anne and William Beal on the invite.