You can't make this stuff upl
Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming's gal in Congress, claims that she knows of 88 year old Wyoming folks who are opting out of dialysis so that the kids can get the ranch.
Cindy, you have reached a new low, even for you.
If indeed you DO know of such folks, you better oughta speak up, cuz assisted sucicide ain't the Wyoming Way. And, it's illegal. So do tell. Who are these people?
Think about it Cindy. We have people reading this. Are you saying that parents who DON'T die in 2010 are bad moms and dads? How long have you lived in Wyoming? We don't do it like this, plain and simple.
We're waiting for you to explain what the heck you're saying. Don't do assisted suicides. Don't enable this, it's just NOT okay.
Write In Votes in Wheatland
Who You Gonna Write For
The status quo incumbants look like they could be taking a beating in Wheaterville this voting season. Commissioner Dan Kirkbride was the first to fall to newcomer Steve Schokley
Platte County Attorney candidate Ken Johnston gave ABA (Anyone But Alden) incumbant Eric Jones a real run for his money in the August primary, and has decided to stay in the race and hope for a write-in win against Jones.
Jones was appointed by the Platte County Commissioners after the ABA contingent elected Mary Eikenberry but then decided to fire her. (Until she resigned, then promptly rescinded her resignation, whereupon she was, indeed, fired by then-Commissioners Kirkbride, Reichardt and Milikin.) Eric Jones was eventually elected Platte County Attorney after his initial appointment, and also continues to run his local private law practice.
Attorney Johnston came surprisingly close to unseating Jones in August, losing by fewer than 200 votes. He's knocking on doors and hoping that 200 additional people will write in his name, and fill in that little oval next to it, on November 2.
Incumbant Wheatland mayor Dean Hensel ran unopposed in the primary, but has some unexpected competition in the general.
In August, Jean "Skrinny" Dixon let it be known around town that since she wasn't going for another go-around as County Clerk, she'd be open to taking a shot at Mayor if enough folks wrote her in on their primary ballots. She only needed three, and received more than enough to convince her to unofficially officially run for the roses.
Meanwhile, in the State Governor's race, Tea Party favorite and Cheyenne Doc Taylor Haines didn't make it onto the ballot, but he's out there campaigning, talking about the issues, and hoping that Wyoming voters will decide that Matt Mead's Millions shouldn't buy him the Governor's mansion.
Hard to say how Platte County will vote. Their candidate last time around was Duncan Hunter. 'Nuff said.