More sign vandalism.. this time, someone lights Dusty Johnson sign on fire

I’m hearing the Spearfish Fire Department had to respond to a fire call today for a Dusty Johnson highway sign that appears to have been intentionally set on fire.

Don’t let them win. Make sure you get out and vote.

20 Replies to “More sign vandalism.. this time, someone lights Dusty Johnson sign on fire”

    1. Anonymous

      I’m a Dusty supporter, but I’m sure if the topic was ever brought to him he would disavow it. He’s going to lose anyway, he may as well keep a good rapport

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  1. Anonymous

    We had a series of Sutton, Bjorkman and Seiler signs torn up and stolen on the Northside of Aberdeen two weeks ago. Some of the houses never had political signs on the before and others were known to every cycle. Definitely not cool!

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    1. Anonymous

      Probably because they didn’t have permission. Democrats have stolen our Kristi signs TWICE! And the only Sutton signs I’ve seen are on public property or empty lots where they didn’t get permission.

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  2. grudznick

    Spearfish? This is the realm of Mr. H, who has a following of young people in that neck of the woods. Has anybody asked him if he knows who the sign desecrationers are?

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      1. Anonymous

        The idiot shooter was a Democrat. Conveniently data was changed but some were smart enough to grab his FB page before they shut it down…

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          1. Anonymous

            Is a tinfoil hat required when it’s discovered an Obama volunteer vandalized Brooklyn’s Union Temple on Thursday with anti-Semitic messages: “die Jew rats we are here,” “Jews better be ready,” and “Hitler.”

            How about extra tinfoil for when Mark Molinari, commanding officer of NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force stated, “During the past 22 months, not one person caught or identified as the aggressor in an anti-Semitic hate crime has been associated with a far right-wing group.”

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  3. elK

    Both sides have had their signs messed with this year, like usual. It’s my experience that the ones complaining about it usually lose. And the candidate who has their party chairman begging voters to “return home” usually loses too. (See Argus Leader – Craig Lawrence ad)

    But this race for Governor could go either way.

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      1. Moose

        Remember when neighborhoods were lined with Argus boxes? Not so much the case anymore.

        elK must not have much experience since not only is Dusty going to crush it on Tuesday, but we’ll see the red wave flow down the ticket. Or, is it Thursday? I’ll touch base with Mr. Bliss, he can help with which day we should get out and vote.

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