Congressional Candidate Neal Tapio interviewed by SDPB

I haven’t had a chance to listen to it just yet, but Neal Tapio was interviewed by South Dakota Public Broadcasting yesterday. Check it out here.

19 Replies to “Congressional Candidate Neal Tapio interviewed by SDPB”

    1. Anonymous

      Yes, he stated in two interviews that he worked for Sen. Pressler right out of college in ‘92. He spent time in DC and learned how corrupt the system was even back then.

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  1. Anonymous

    Tapio is good at the longer in depth discussions. He likes to tackle the big societal issues. I haven’t heard Dusty on any of the longer form interviews. Where’s Dusty?

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  2. a nony mous

    What is the deal with all the hatred for Tapio?

    Is it because he speaks out against the dangers of radical Islam?

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    1. Anne Beal

      Go over the CAH’s blog discussion of Tapio’s views on families. Read the disparaging comments about married parenthood. The old high school teacher thinks the idea that both biological parents should raise children is so totally outdated, you know. Old fashioned morality has to go, nobody needs fathers anymore. So many kids are growing up just fine without them.

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      1. Anon

        That’s not what was said at all, Anne.
        I checked it out even the majority of commenters said 4 eyes are better than 2 eyes at least that’s my take
        I think the commenters said the idea of teachings rather traditional were outdated not the actual article
        Point me to the actual quoted writings that father’s aren’t needed

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        1. Anne Beal

          Then you didn’t read it thoroughly because in a rambling way, Tapio finally got around to his point, “…because a child wants to, they need to have a relationship with a father. If you take that relationship out of a relationship for a girl, it will change the way her life is when it comes to her adult life.”

          This statement of the obvious was met with derision by CAH and some of the comments that followed, with snarky remarks about 1955 and Leave it to Beaver, and Tapio is a mouth with a message not worth listening to.

          Go back and read it again. CAH congratulates Walsh for dealing with this interview, which included her comment that “I think a child needs the loving arms of an adult. I don’t know that it has to be the mother versus the father.”

          How about, IT SHOULD BE BOTH????

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          1. KM

            Want some help with statistics concerning fatherless children and what their future holds? I can provide some. Leftists want the family unit destroyed, they’re pushing as fast and hard as they can. We push back. Well-done, Anne.

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            1. Anne Beal

              Well I did point out that the old math teacher can’t do the math showing the lifetime of poverty which results from single motherhood.

              That comment brought on responses about how I’m drunk.
              Reality’s a bitch, ain’t it?

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              1. KM

                Math is racist, Anne. So not only were you drunk, but you were being a racist./s

                Leftists hate facts, it often proves them wrong. Most often you’ll find they don’t even know what they’re talking about in the first place. So, yes, reality’s a bitch… for them;)

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          2. Anon

            Anne I wwill not be a part of hijacking PP
            Site to debate another site
            Regret I responded to your babbling at all
            Sorry PP

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            1. Anne Beal

              The topic of discussion is SDPB’s Lori Walsh interviewing Neal Tapio.
              How it was received by the Democrats’ is on display over at CAH’s blog. It’s always a good idea to compare PP’s and CAH’s commentary on the same event.

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  3. Anonymous

    Neal Tapio needs to switch over to the Constitutional Party and seek the nomination for Congress there. It is a better fit for him there with an abundance of Tin Foil since he has zero chance of winning the SDGOP nomination.

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  4. Anonymous

    For better or worse, its a two party system. Third parties struggle for the crumbs. Dusty and Shantel are competing to see who can suck up most to the large donors so the country can continue on the path to endless spending and moral decay with liberty and justice for all…the global elites.

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