OK Oklahoma

September 30, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Republicans in Oklahoma are some randy sumbitches.

I know there ain’t much to do and even less to look at in Oklahoma.  I know that for a damn fact.

But, fer goodness sake, boys.

Oklahoma Republicans have been rocked by a series of sex-related scandals this year. Former state Sen. Bryce Marlatt resigned earlier this month after an Uber driver told police he grabbed her head and kissed her neck while she drove him to a bar in June. State Rep. Dan Kirby resigned in February after being accused of sexually harassing two former legislative assistants, and ex-state Sen. Ralph Shortey was indicted in federal court this month on charges of child sex trafficking and producing and transporting child.

And a former aide to Republican Gov. Mary Fallin was charged this month after authorities say he was investigated on allegations that he took a photo or video up a woman’s skirt at the State Capitol. Travis Goss Brauer faces charges of offering false or fraudulent evidence, a felony, and a misdemeanor charge of destruction of evidence after authorities allege he destroyed or altered a mobile phone and a laptop that were part of an investigation.

Well hell, let’s make it an even half dozen.

Republican Jason Reese is running for a state house seat in Oklahoma, so I’m thinking maybe he wanted to fit in.  He’s formerly a lawyer for the Oklahoma Republican Party.

His campaign expenditure report includes a purchase of a porn video.  Yep, just your standard bondage video entitled “Hot Wife Chloe Needs To Be Punished.”  And, Honey, Chloe ain’t the only one.


Well, Jason says he hired a CPA to file his campaign reports and the CPA accidentally cut and pasted this movie title into the report.  Amazingly, a couple of people believe that story.

Reese has a website for his campaign where he calls himself “Reformer Realist Republican.” I guess he could add Reprobate.


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13 Comments to “OK Oklahoma”

  1. I don’t know why Republican lawmakers are obsessed with sex– theirs and everyone else’s. Reminds me of the gay man who said that he wished being gay were as “juicy” as some people seem to think it is. I guess once again they’re projecting their own vices and weirdness onto other people and loudly pointing and blaming.

    The child sex trafficker above should be nailed to a ceiling by his parts and left there until he drops to the floor without them. Then he can go to trial.

  2. Well I was going to say something nasty about that snacilbupeR pond scum, but Rhea, I like your scenario better. Go ahead, and let me know if you need any help.

  3. Reminds me of the time in the late 70s or early 80s when the nacilbupeR County Judge and two commissioners of one of DFW’s northern counties were all on probation for DWI or such at the same time. The probations stressed the Adult Probation department of the time, because you could not have more than two of them in the same building reporting to their POs without posting the statutory notice of a public meeting. Plus the situation sold more copies of the Dallas newspapers than deserved

  4. Illegal/immoral behavior doesn’t just start with the act. It starts from somewhere deep inside a individual. Unfortunately, I can’t think of any therapy modality that will really, really help as in getting rid of such behavior forever. Sexual stuff is just that hard to crack. Recidivism is a foregone conclusion. But I do think that lobotomies just might do the trick.

  5. Recalls to mind The Ladies Club, a 1986 movie. You can watch it on YouTube if you’ve a mind to. I won’t say why or how, but it deals out some memorable vigilante justice.

  6. For some reason, people that kept all their bad thoughts to themselves have decided it’s time to be open about them…

    Too bad the powers-that-be that used to enforce civility and politeness have disappeared somewhere…

  7. The standard talking point – more government should be devorced from those washington bureaucrats and turned back to the states? The state officials in question are too busy with their extra curricular grab ass activities.

  8. Don A in Pennsyltucky says:

    “Amazingly, a couple of people believe that story.” Coffee spit!

  9. I like that the porn video is listed as an “Ordinary and Necessary Campaign Expense.”

    That sounds about right.

  10. Pretzelogic in Philly, PA says:

    It probably was an actual “scampaign expense” [sic], but noting the date listed (April Fools?) does make me wonder, just a bit, if maybe the CPA was having a little fun at the expense of the candidunce.

    On the other hand, it IS a notoriously boring job. Maybe the CPA found the video “ordinary & necessary”… probably was the candidunce, though. It doesn’t sound like any member of the OK Gang Of Putin has earned much, if any, benefit of the doubt.

  11. Well, he did get the video on April Fools Day…

  12. Joe Bacon says:

    100 years ago, the state with the largest and most powerful Socialist Party was…Oklahoma.

    But add in 100 years of indoctrination from right wing churches and…POOF!

  13. Lunargent says:

    Joe Bacon –
    I think that the change can be partially blamed on the Dust Bowl. When it hit, thousands of Oklahoma residents moved away, many to California.
    Of the ones who stayed behind, many were probably just too poor to leave. But others were too stubborn, or just too damned dumb.

    Since then, as in Texas and several other western states, Oklahoma has been occupied by powerful oil interests, who have spent a lot of money keeping the locals sufficiently indoctrinated.

    I haven’t met many Oklahomans. But my mom’s 2nd husband was an Okie, and a pretty good guy. Of course, he was one of the ones who had the sense to leave, ending up in Wyoming.


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