As expected, Hughes County state’s attorney Jessica LaMie isn’t going to look into allegations of misdoing by powerful Republicans… but this time, she has the law right.
In a nearly immediate response to Senator Tom Pischke’s frivolous claim that his fellow Senators’ Boobgate suspension of Senator Julie Frye-Mueller was a grave crime that victimized him and numerous other God-fearing South Dakotans, LaMie tells Pischke what I told the Frye-Mueller camp back at the beginning of the month: cops and courts can’t touch legislators over their votes.
Frye-Mueller withdrew her nowheresville federal case against Senate king Lee Schoenbeck earlier this month before we got the chance to hear the court crush her arguments. The Hughes County state’s attorney now writes down the obvious precedents that will ensure no state law enforcement will lift a finger to help Pischke and Frye-Mueller peddle their brittle claims of oppression.
Pshaw! Proclaiming Pierre’s penchant for petty politicking proves party proclivities portending pending puncture.
Larry, particularly peeved.
We’ve all heard enough about breast feeding. Now….time to get back to the Governor’s inherent right to set off fireworks over Mt. Rushmore.
Hi Mark. It’s impossible to imagine a Democrat stupid enough to even want to live in Pierre let alone be trapped in the governor’s mansion for four years.
Yeah, I worked in Pierre under the last Democratic Governor. Taco John’s, the strip club in Ft. Pierre, two exciting stops.
Your visits to the strip joint must have been limited to a few short months, Mr. Anderson, since the last Democrat governor served for like 3 or 4 months, maybe 5. Were you a lackey?
Again: if Democrats go to Fort Pierre or to it’s putrid neighbor across the river it’s to use the rest room.
The first “it’s” should not have an apostrophe, Lar. You know how that galls our good friend Bob. Did you do that intentionally to gall Bob?
The Pierre Cap Journal gave the LPSD some electrons.