Some people never learn….

From KELOland:

Thousands of people across South Dakota are already sending in their absentee ballots for the November election.

and…

Shantel Krebs say posting a photo on social media showing how you or someone else voted is illegal. You can continue to send in absentee ballots until Monday, November 5th.

Read that here.

From Facebook:

So do we report that to the AG, or the local State’s Attorney…..?

31 Replies to “Some people never learn….”

  1. Desden

    Well it needs to be reported regardless. How stupid. Democrats just cannot follow voting rules can they? Illegals vote, dead people vote, now you got people like Bob blatantly breaking voting rules like this and being dumb enough to post it online with his name attached. I bet he is real proud of himself for being so Anti-republican.

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  2. Desden

    The worst is Cody thinking ole Bob really showed em. Moron. Please vote Red. We dont need anyone with this calibur of IQ in any office capacity.

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      1. Anonymous

        What does Cory have to do with this? Powers just saw it as an opportunity to drag his name through the mud because apparently making fun of Bob just wasn’t enough.

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  3. Anonymous

    The ACLU is providing voting resources in Spanish, maybe Cory should reach out to them since he doesn’t understand the laws when provided to him in English?

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  4. Anonymous

    Voting for Sutton? Give me and my wallet a break. I don’t see much blogging on this race. Sutton must be getting trounced.

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  5. Michael Miller

    I would suggest here that we have much bigger things to spend our time on than Bob’s ballot. I would mention to Bob that I will be cancelling out several of his votes with mine, but what are friends for? I am also curious as to which state law Krebs is referring to in her comment. This law sounds rather unnecessary.

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  6. Anonymous

    He did this last year too I believe. Go ahead and report him, I don’t think he cares. A little social disobedience is a good thing.

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    1. Anonymous

      A little breaking of a law is a good thing? Like illegal immigration? You can’t pick and choose what laws you want to follow-that’s the Dem’s way.

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        1. Anonymous

          Along with speeding, Noem’s 27 citations include not wearing a seat belt, two instances of running a stop sign, expired license-plate tags and no driver’s license. She missed court appearance or payment dates seven times. And in two instances, the court issued a warrant to force payment.

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          1. Anonymous

            In 2010, Noem was elected to the U.S. Congress by a landslide. These instances you speak of are mistakes many residents have made. She paid her fines, handled her business and the people of SD can easily relate. I can.

            It could be worse, she could have bragged about using cocaine or attempted to flee the scene after a drunk-driving accident. I can’t relate to those incidents, can you?

            Your attempt to smear Noem doesn’t work the way you hope it will.

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              1. Anonymous

                You can’t expect Kristi to learn when she can’t even get a college degree without them just flat out giving her one. She is a joke and an insult to every person who actually earned their degree.

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              2. Fled to Red

                “some people never learn.”

                I don’t recall this being a problem for her lately. Are we working under different definitions of “never”?

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  7. Anonymous

    These laws never hold up in court when challenged. It’s a direct violation of free speech. He is hoping you report it.

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  8. grudznick

    Probably back to prison for my old friend Bob. Sad. I’ll keep his hat safe while he’s on another sabbatical.

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      1. grudznick

        My good friend Bob still has his old soap necklace, and he knows if he needs to use it that I will keep his hat safe. And his sister really knows how to dance.

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  9. Troy Jones

    No matter whether one agrees or disagree with Kristi, or even likes or dislikes her, going back to school and getting her degree late in life is to be praised.

    Too many people either have bad events or make bad decisions as a young person and it becomes a life sentence. Today is always a day to make a better decision to move forward.

    And Kristi’s decision is an example to many.

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    1. Anonymous

      She didn’t go back to school. She had two years of credits left and they gave her it after a year for being a Congress critter. Don’t lower the accomplishments of people who actually do go back to finish a degree by claiming Kristi actually worked extra hard to obtain one. It was nothing more than a sham and many people spoke out about it. Lowering the bar to get what you want because she was one of the only US reps without a degree. What a joke.

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      1. Anonymous

        Obama has a degree and no life accomplishments. Which is better? I’d say someone who actually had a real job like Kristi. Obama was busy getting high at school anyway.

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        1. Anonymous

          But but but….Hillary and Obama…blah blah blah. If you guys didn’t have your whataboutisms to distract, you wouldn’t have anything.

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          1. Anonymous

            You’re bothered by Hilary and Obama too? I wish they’d retire from campaigning and focus more on their Netflix originals. Please, please don’t let them come and speak on behalf of Sutton.

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  10. Anonymous

    Very good letter to the editor this morning in the Aberdeen American News tactfully pointing out that District 3 State Senate Candidate Heidelberger does not have the temperament to be elected to office. It mentioned the SDGOP mailer sent out.

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