consultants are sandburs

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Salon reports . . .


Montana congressional candidate Rob Quist wants to be considered a man of the people — clothed or unclothed.

The Washington Free Beacon reported on Wednesday that Quist is a frequent performer at Sun Meadow Resort, Idaho’s premier nudist resort for families.

The resort’s website had a picture of a clothed Quist playing guitar on stage, but the image was taken down as of Thursday. A blog post from 2009 recommends Quist’s $12 shows at the resort.

I'd bet Quist could tell you, the audience there looked as naked as Gianforte prancing around campaign events without his necktie. His Trump necktie. Affectations do have a way of showing things.

And for Gianforte, remind him that the original Singing Cowboy did NOT sing, "Let's Fence Them Out," (no shell-game shell corporation needed nor used by singing cowboys); tune time; and this item.

whose shell? this link

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