Stuart? Or is it Wade? So not only does this school board candidate fail to vote in the district he wants to serve, he struggles with his name.

Reminds me of Marion Mike Rounds going by Mike. What is there to hide?

And is Wade a bad name? Maybe it isn’t right-winger enough? Who knows?

But if a candidate can’t be honest about their voting record or their name, do you want them to serve you?

4 Thoughts on “I’m often skeptical of politicians who don’t vote and don’t use their legal names

  1. Jon Jermane on April 3, 2024 at 12:04 am said:

    Do you really think his birth name is “Dusty”? And now we see that a Johnson is running against him. It’s never good when one of your own relatives is running against you.

    Oh, and Wade does sound kinda right-wing. You are right. So, I wonder if he likes Beyonce’s new country song?…. While Stuart, well, that kinda sounds……

  2. Warren Phear on April 3, 2024 at 8:37 am said:

    Did not know much about this guy until Mondays Argus article. Went to the bottom of the barrel with just three words. “moms for liberty”

  3. D@ily Spin on April 3, 2024 at 11:46 am said:

    Likely, the future will be artificial intelligence. Names won’t matter. Considering the state Republican Dynasty and unconstitutional city government, democracy will be history. Everything will be managed by computers instead of cults led by senile old men.

    John Wayne’s birth name was Marion. Rounds has been good for the state. Noem uses the state plane to stump for Trump. She declared war on Mexico and is Ghost Danced from Indian Reservations. Comes a time when spokes models should retire. Vanna turns letters but should never be MC. In this case, VP

  4. Paranoid, but educated on April 4, 2024 at 10:30 pm said:

    Marion is near Thunder Valley. So, perhaps Mike is trying to disassociate himself with any drag shows. There’s also a golf course between Parker and Marion called the Par Mar. Now, that’s cute unless you are to understand that the definition of “par” is to be of an equal, or an attempt to get it into a hole, while “mar” is to disfigure, which together must mean you plan to equally disfigure things by getting into a bunch of holes. Now, Pall Mall on the other hand was known for it gentlemen’s clubs, but I’ll just leave that at that.

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