15 Replies to “From the March in Sioux Falls today.”

  1. Anonymous

    Great picture Pat!

    The Democrat States Attorney was successful in sweeping that Democrat scandal under the rug.

    1. Pat Powers Post author

      It was a Huether photo sent to me, and I didn’t think much until I saw that in the background. I was a little shocked. Surprised MSM didn’t catch it.

  2. Anonymous

    “Did the person with the green sign have pants on?”

    And people wonder why women marched on Saturday. That was uncalled for and tactless.

  3. Anonymous

    Huether usually tries to hide how radically Leftist he is, but his enthusiastic support for the women’s march once again shed light on his true ideology.

  4. Troy Jones

    On Saturday, I was working and took a break just as people were walking to the protest. In large part, the crowd looked quite similar to people walking to an outdoor athletic event with people of all ages including children. Skewed a bit with more females than males but nothing too out of the ordinary. However, as I watched I noticed a pink stocking cap which I thought oddly designed but who am I too criticize or comment on fashion.

    Anyway, yesterday when reading about the march I realized that “stocking cap” was a rendering a female body part. Really? Where there are kids? Who in their right mind thinks vulgarity sells, especially in the presence of children?

    I’m not impugning everyone who walked but I do hope someone told that person to take that “hat” off for simple decency’s sake.

    1. Ike

      You better use some Tic Tacs just in case you start kissing her. I know you’re automatically attracted to beautiful—you just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. You doesn’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the… “hat”. You can do anything.

  5. Anon

    Troy can now add Eurotophobia to his long list of neurotic behaviors. C’mon, man. Women aren’t scary. Just because your mom missed your sporting events …

  6. Troy Jones

    Ike and Anon,

    If you think this such stuff helps your cause, I encourage you to wear one everywhere you go without regard to the ages of those present. Feel free to speak as you wish too. People who express themselves with vulgarity in the presence of children always leave a lasting impression with me.

    1. Ike

      I don’t have a pussyhat. I wouldn’t wear one if I did – it’s not in my wheelhouse. I’m fine with a woman wearing such a thing to a women’s march. I’m fine with kids being at the women’s march. It’s the right time and the right place. I don’t think Bill O’Reilly should wear one when reading a book to a kindergarten class, though.

  7. Troy Jones

    Anon,

    I don’t know why you are reacting with such anger and vitriol. If you think being vulgar will broaden the appeal of your cause, I truly encourage you to be vulgar. It also gives insight into your intelligence. Let people see the real you.