Polite Disagreement in Wyoming

Ah, the midwest heartland , where good Xristian healthy family values people can have polite disagreements about vaccinations and remain friends, unlike the rest of us uncouth filthy hippies on the coasts…

Park County GOP official sends obscene email to state lawmaker over vaccine requirements

OK, let’s cut to the chase and see what one Republican said to another Republican:

“I would just like to express to you how I feel about your handling of the bill that would already have negated Biden’s dictatorial actions for Wyoming’s citizens,” the email, which the Star-Tribune obtained, states. “You have never been my favorite person, but you have made a lasting enemy of me with these actions. Your shortsightedness and ignorance are astounding, and only your moral turpitude can compete with them as your defining character feature.”

The email quickly escalated.

“If I were as despicable a person as you, I would kill myself to rid the world of myself. You sicken me. Thank you for ensuring that the people of Wyoming are subjected to tyranny once again. F— YOU C—” the email finished.

Although the email appeared to have come from a personal address, Bray signed it with his name and his official titles in Park County: “Precinct Committeeman, Park County (9-7)” as well as “Secretary, Park County Republican Men’s Club.” A precinct committeeman is part of the county GOP’s central committee.

And let’s remember that they are on the same team. The 4th Reich will continue to purge themselves of manners as they threaten anyone who is not in the death cult.

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6 Responses to Polite Disagreement in Wyoming

  1. laura says:

    Man, the folks in the Judean People’s Front sure dont countenance the folks in the People’s Front of Judea.

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  2. MDavis says:

    “Your shortsightedness and ignorance are astounding”
    Found the confession and projection.


  3. roket says:

    I especially like Sen. Tara Nethercott’s response.

    “Please continue to reach out with questions or comments, we do appreciate hearing from you and I hope you have found this information helpful,” the email finished. Her email did not reference Bray’s mention of suicide or name-calling.

    Nothing to see here.

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  4. Ooohh moral turpitudelove it when they get all old-timey and shit!


    • HarpoSnarx says:

      Beaulah Ballbreaker LIVES!


    • tengrain says:

      My dad used to drop “moral turpitude” on us growing up, and it immediately became “turpentine” in my malaprop phrase. I note that this also works in context, when yo think about it.




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