Did South Dakota's Governor's Club collude with Gant and Powers?

South DaCola is keeping the heat under Sen. Stan Adelstein's call for an investigation of Jason Gant and the Secretary of State's alleged collusion with former employee, Pat Powers to engineer an ALEC-inspired red map strategy.

Ryan Lengerich of the Rapid City Journal brought readers up to speed this morning:
If Gant decides not to resign, Adelstein said he will ask colleagues in the House of Representatives to call for an impeachment at next year's legislative session. Doing so would cause a distraction Adelstein said he would rather avoid by having Gant resign. “We have more problems in South Dakota than incompetence and a possibly dishonest Secretary of State," Adelstein said. “I don’t want these matters shoved aside for something like an impeachment.”
The Rapid City Journal believes an investigation should be conducted and now the Watertown Public Opinion thinks so, too.

We all know this thing goes so much deeper. How much deeper?

Update, 14:45 MDT. Sen. Adelstein commented at South DaCola reassuring us that the Division of Criminal Investigation interviewed him in earnest.

This post is getting a load of traffic. C'mon: don't be afraid to call me crazy. Wild speculation is encouraged.


grudznick said...

You're insaner than most, but not insaner than Sibby.


larry kurtz said...

grudz: i am way, way insaner than Sibby can even phantasmagoraphize.

ICYMI: David Newquist's astute comment at Madville Times