One of the things that I’m coming to detest more and more about living in South Florida is that liberal yankees move down here and want to change our little paradise to the same statist hell they left behind.
Well it would seem that Florida is not alone in suffering this cancerous growth of out of state transplants trying to force us locals to accept their Socialist Utopia of Next Wednesday™. I present to you one Audette Fulbright, an apparent Kool Aid drinker from the former great commonwealth of Virginia who moved to Wyoming to be a preacher (my guess would be at a Bible optional church). It would appear that dear Ms. (Mrs., Rev., whatever) Fulbright’s delicate liberal sensibilities were offended by the neanderthal troglodytes and their backward sense of government propriety she encountered when she decided to grace Wyoming with her enlightened presence. Being the sanctimonious twat she is, she of course had to fire off a letter to her state representatives.Yes, plural. She wrote to all of them.
I hope you are taking care of yourself during this busy session. I know it is a challenging, compressed time.
I am writing to express my grave concern about House Bill 105.
Ample evidence has shown that schools and guns do not mix, and in particular, guns in the hands of amateurs/non-professionals is extremely dangerous, especially in any highly-charged situation. to expose our children to greater risk in their schools by encouraging more guns on campuses is something that we cannot allow.
The arrogance is strong in this one. Note how she first posits herself as some sort of expert, stating obvious, undeniable facts that she must point out to the Wyoming hicks who are too backwards to see what any east coast fascist knows instinctively. And of course she is the arbiter of what the royal “we” can allow the plebes to do. They are obviously too ignorant to decide for themselves since “ample evidence” shows how effective gun free zones really are.
My husband and I moved to Wyoming not too long ago. We believed it was a good place to raise children.
With the recent and reactive expansion of gun laws and the profoundly serious dangers of fracking, we find we are seriously reconsidering our decision, which is wrenching to all of us. However, the safety of our family must come first. We are waiting to see what the legislature does this session. I know of other new-to-Wyoming families in similar contemplation. Your choices matter. It would be sad to see an exodus of educated, childrearing age adults from Wyoming as a result of poor lawmaking.
Rev. Audette Fulbright
What an arrogant cuntmuffin.
Now comes the new object of my man crush, Representative Hans Hunt. His reply to our flower child is below the fold, in all it’s blunt glory.
I’ll be blunt. If you don’t like the political atmosphere of Wyoming, then by all means, leave. We, who have been here a very long time (I am proudly 4th generation) are quite proud of our independent heritage. I don’t expect a “mass exodus” from our state just because we’re standing up for our rights. As to your comments on fracking, I would point out that you’re basing your statement on “dangers” that have not been scientifically founded or proved as of yet.
It offends me to no end when liberal out-of-staters such as yourself move into Wyoming, trying to get away from where they came from, and then pompously demand that Wyoming conform to their way of thinking. We are, and will continue to be, a state which stands a head above the rest in terms of economic security. Our ability to do that is, in large part, to our “live and let live” mentality when it comes to allowing economic development, and limiting government oversight. So, to conclude, if you’re so worried about what our legislature is working on, then go back home.
Representative Hans Hunt
House District 02