District 9 Candidate, Bethany Soye is violating campaign rules

A foot soldier sent me these pictures today of a fundraising letter they received from Soye. She failed to put a ‘paid for’ disclaimer on her materials which is a violation of campaign rules. Maybe we can find our AG or SOS to sort this out? They will probably rule that Bethany thought she hit a deer.


#1 "Woodstock" on 10.01.20 at 9:22 pm

“Maybe Michael Clark is doing her printing”… “She is white, you know”….

#2 D@ily Spin on 10.02.20 at 9:46 am

Oh, there are rules in SD. They’re never enforced so why have them?

#3 The Guy From Guernsey on 10.02.20 at 10:41 am

I would think the the PAC N’ Heat lady from Hartford would open the purse strings of her PAC to provide some cabbage to a candidate from her home district, who could be a political protege.

#4 scott on 10.02.20 at 11:17 am

she says she believes in the 2nd amendment. what about the other amendments? all amendments matter.

#5 "Woodstock" on 10.02.20 at 11:02 pm

“2nd Amendment?”…. “Who’s really opposed to the National Guard?”…. “They replaced the militia concept long ago”….. (“Uh, I support the 2nd Amendment”… (“Well, no shxt”…))

#6 D@ily Spin on 10.03.20 at 1:43 pm

2nd Amendment is the right to keep and bear arms. I’ve got 2 and I’m keeping them. Legs too.

#7 "Very Stable Genius" on 10.04.20 at 7:36 pm

Check out the Articles of Confederation on bearing arms, it’s much more contemporaneous to the intent of the 2nd Amendment, than any of our thoughts today. The AoC is far more explanatory in developing the understanding and the relationship between the right to bear arms and the presence and capability of a ready militia.

Heller in 2008 was the first time (5-4 conservative judicial activism) the Supreme Court claimed an individual right to bear arms, but even that decision established limits. It is also questionable if it applies to an individual under state jurisdiction sense the Heller case involved a federal district (DC) fact pattern.

Let also not forget, that before 1867 and the passage of the 14th Amendment, the federal Bill of Rights did not apply to an individual unless they were in federal court. So I don’t know how the original intent of the 2nd Amendment was meant to protect the right to bear arms, if it was limited to cases within a once more limited federal jurisdiction; which then further complements my above claims about contemporaneous thought and the AoC.

#8 Smithandwesson on 10.05.20 at 9:53 am

From my cold dead hands, comrades….

#9 "Woodstock" on 10.05.20 at 1:05 pm

“Let me guess, COVID related without a mask”….