GOP, Thune, Noem panicking

South Dakota's tourism industry is bracing for the crush of bad press being generated by the state's red state legislature and the effects of climate change on its DC-dependent tax structure.

US Representative Krusti Noem (earth hater-SD) is asking young white people to join her campaign to help defend, at taxpayer expense, the seat she holds. She is whoring for donations in safe settings and wants the federal government to spend more in her failed red state yet has no clue where she will get the money.

On International Women's Day, earth hater, now woman hater governor, Denny Daugaard moved closer to ending civil rights for women by signing HB1237.

The institutional assault on South Dakota's low income women continues: women who can afford it fly to Minneapolis, Omaha, or Denver to terminate their pregnancies.

Rep. Noem and her Teabagger faction exposed themselves as the party that no longer represents a majority of the state's voters after their disgusting portrayal of women as breeders and easy targets of violence for her white male less-than-athletic supporters.

Comes this from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press:
At a time when the Republican Party’s image is at a historic low, 62% of the public says the GOP is out of touch with the American people, 56% think it is not open to change and 52% say the party is too extreme.
Conservation should be a keystone requirement of the Farm/Food Bill.

The Sioux Falls Argus Leader followed Bimbo At-large Noem throughout her 2010 race:
During her House campaign last year, Noem attacked then-Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin's use of mailers as inappropriate. Congressional offices enjoy "franking" privileges that allow them to send mass mailings to constituents at taxpayer expense. The longstanding practice has been criticized for giving incumbents an advantage.

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