Mike Myers Candidate profile ends up being a bizarre stream of consciousness.

In the South Dakota Public Broadcasting profiles of legislative candidates, they just put up the most bizarre campaign interview I think I’ve ever heard. With District 15 Independent House Candidate mike Myers.

No pushups, but he discusses “Hempanol,”  badly sings a song he wrote about politics, acts as an apologist for Annette Bosworth, and explains how as a candidate, “I can be pretty friendly. I can bring couples together.”

After listening you might be thinking “ooookay…..  Professor Myers, I’d like you to meet the man in the nice white coat…”  And you won’t be alone.

Check it out here.

14 Replies to “Mike Myers Candidate profile ends up being a bizarre stream of consciousness.”

  1. Tara Volesky

    Excellent interview, Hope everybody listens to it. The guy happens to be an expert in healthcare. Thanks for posting.

  2. Troy Jones

    That was definitely a stream of unconsciousness. I love the quote where he said to elect him because he’d be the best example of corruption ever sent to Pierre.

    1. Pat Powers Post author

      For me, it when he said “I’d bring couples together.” Mike Myers, marriage counselor.

      1. Tara Volesky

        Why don’t you guys comment about his stance on health care. You really like to nit-pick.

  3. Socrates

    Why do these people even bother …Mike Meyers, Jay Williams, Paula Hawks and matradee Rick Weiland?
    Not a snowballs chance in hell …
    Please, just go away.

    1. Anonymous

      Weiland is trying in another way…by being deceptive….Vote NO on V and 22, the measures he is pushing.

      Mike Meyers…at first it was novel and kind of funny…but it is just becoming sad.

      1. Tara Volesky

        Or…..I was the CEO Mayo/Saint Mary’s and a Law Professor for 26 years. Anonymous……you’re sad.

    2. Tara Volesky

      I think it is great to have an 80 year old with a phenomenal resume running for the Legislature. You might learn something from him.

  4. Troy Jones

    Or, I’m 80, got some health problems, only good for one term but I promise to keep my hearing aid on.

    It really is a trove of riches.

  5. Anonymous

    Excellent! Mike is great, I will vote for him. We need more independent thinkers. He is a conservative, BTW.