Rhoden Spreading a Little ‘Beautiful Sunshine’

Well if you needed a full wagon of fertilizer, you got it with this video;

• What has Larry Rhoden done for SD? Nothing.

• Businesses, day cares, schools, churches all closed down in SD during the pandemic.

• Freedom? You mean when you challenged Rec MJ using taxpayer’s money after they passed it?

What a bunch of BS!



8 comments ↓

#1 "Woodstock" on 06.24.22 at 8:40 am

“Say, when did we become a theocracy?”…. “I didn’t get the email”…. “Now, I know our fine state Supreme Court has decided that parts of the state constitution can be nullified by other parts of the constitution (The final Maryjane decision), which some of us around here call the “Internal Supremacy Doctrine”, but apparently that can now be overruled by some kind of divine intervention, which we will just call the Divine Internal Supremacy Doctrine”…. “AND, I don’t know if they know it, but the Republicans around here seem to think they have found their own political version of the Higgs boson god particle”…. (“No wonder, back in the day, Mickelson tried to get that particle accelerator collider put in South Dakota”…. ( …”Now, it’s all coming together for me”… #TheMissingLink ))

#2 D@ily Spin on 06.24.22 at 3:27 pm

Lieutenant Governor is seen but not heard until the end of the Governors term. There’s enough functioning republicans in Pierre without him.

With Roe v Wade overturned, there’s gonna be lots of newborn republicans. But only if elephants remember how to fornicate.

Also, per Congress, Boyfriends can’t own a gun. Sounds like another ‘ME TOO’ argument.

#3 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 06.25.22 at 11:53 am

Imagine if they had put that particle accelerator collider in South Dakota after all. Scientists might have used it in a way that could have caused a chain reaction of destruction which would have then resulted in the end of the world as we know it. Kind of like how the Republican changes in our usury and trust laws in this state have changed the world and let the genie out of the bottle.

#4 Further Fear & Loathing on 06.25.22 at 12:10 pm

A woman should never date a man who owns a gun, because you know they are just compensating …. Especially, if they drive a big truck, too ….

#5 Roe is me on 06.26.22 at 8:15 am

The Supremes and the current court system are just making up the law with all the gyrations and theatrics they go through just for the theatrics to create the appearance of a deliberative body eschewing justice.

The movement of fearful phony Christians and fascist Republicans behind this have been chipping away at the progress of America for decades.

#6 Very Stable Genius on 06.26.22 at 11:00 am

Larry got 56% of the vote. Marty got 52% of the vote. Our current Secretary of State, Barnet, lost with only 39%. This all happened at this weekend’s state GOP convention. Now, I know why they played the theocracy card in this video so hard. But it’s going to be their Achille’s heel. Having Roe reversed in the same weekend won’t help them either. The Republicans have made a pact with the Devil, which is odd for folks who claim to be so religious, but the good Lord did warn us about false gods amongst us, didn’t he?

#7 VSG on 06.26.22 at 12:25 pm

“…. The Supremes and the current court system are just making up the law with all the gyrations and theatrics they go through just for the theatrics to create the appearance of a deliberative body eschewing justice… ”

Boy, ain’t that the truth. If you haven’t, I suggest that everyone read Alito’s majority opinion concerning Roe. According to Alito, if it wasn’t a right in 1867, when the 14th Amendment was passed, then it cannot be claimed via the 14th.

And, although, I could go on and on about this, let me leave you with this little tidbit. Thomas, Alito’s accomplice in the Roe reversal, just the day before that reversal, released a majority opinion on guns and state laws, where Thomas’s opinion claimed gun rights via the 14th Amendment, but since prior to 2008 and the Heller decision the Court had never recognized one’s right to possess a gun, how can then Alito’s understanding of the 14th Amendment, with his 1867 predating of claimed rights relative to the 14th, then be used to justify Thomas’s majority opinion on gun rights, which Alito then signed off on?

( and Woodstock adds: “If the 14th only applies to 1867 and before, then what about the freedom of the press?”…. “Does it only apply to the printed press and not the analog and/or digital press?”…. (“That’s it, Alito wants to get rid of this blog site, doesn’t he?”…. ))

#8 Fearing the Fuhrer & More on 06.26.22 at 12:50 pm

The 1st Amendment makes no mention of money. Yet, Alito claims money is free speech.