Montana Politics

Rehberg Faces a Primary Challenger

According to the Secretary of State’s web site, there is a Republican challenger to Dennis Rehberg, one Dennis Teske from Terry.

One presumes he has never sued the volunteer fire department of Prairie County.

According to his intriguing campaign web site, he favors non-parallel lists and believes in and that (and in):

  • Pro-life.
  • Pro-traditional family.
  • Pro-second amendment.
  • Equal justice, not social justice.
  • More liberty, less regulation.
  • Conservationist, not an environmentalist.
  • Believes in the original intent of the U.S. Constitution.
  • It is past time to balance the budget.
  • Raising the debt limit only encourages more deficit spending.
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  • Wow! Impressive! But there's only one itsy, bitsy, teeny, weeny WEENY in this run for office! And that weeny is deniss TESke! You see, I READ denice's bio, and I'll lay you a HUNDRED TO ONE that ol' denice has been a HUGE gubmint suckeee MOST of his life! Yet now, he's all for FREEEEEEEDUMB! When denice posts his ENTIRE list of that hated gubmint money he sucked up, by GOD I'll be the first in line to vote for him!

    But alas, I'm guessin' that as a farmer, and oiler, he's SUCKED UP MORE THAN HIS SHARE OF MY MONEY! Go away, denice. You've been outed!

    • if you actually look him up he ownes his own businesses without government help and will never live off the government like most do.

    • he worked as an oiler not as an owner but an employee he has worked hard all his life and now owns a farm where he never takes a cent of your money.

  • Open note to Mr. Teske – I will, free of charge, proofread your website. I'm not making fun of your grammar, but people will take you more seriously if you use proper grammar. All I ask in return is that, in keeping with your small government ideals, you work (if elected) to devolve regulation of marijuana to the states. It looks like you're trying to run this campaign on the cheap, and I wouldn't want anyone to accuse you of selling out your principles for free proofreading; however, we can both agree (if for different reasons) that the federal government needn't be in the business of plant control. Whatd'ya say?

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