To everything there is a season. Wackaloon season is over.

Bang the drum slowly, play the pipe lowly: a great Idaho political icon, batshit crazy Christian supremacist state Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, lost her reelection bid in Idaho’s Republican primary election Tuesday. It is unknown whether Nuxoll will now quietly fade away or will seek to spread her brand of intolerant religious paranoia on a grander scale.

Elected to the Idaho House in 2010 and then the state Senate in 2012, Nuxoll first gained national attention in 2013 when she explained how insurance companies’ participation in Obamacare was exactly like the Holocaust:

The insurance companies are creating their own tombs. Much like the Jews boarding the trains to concentration camps, private insurers are used by the feds to put the system in place because the federal government has no way to set up the exchange. Several years from now, the federal government will want nothing to do with private insurance companies. The feds will have a national system of health insurance and they will pull the trigger on the insurance companies.

See? Completely the same thing, and Nuxoll, as a good Republican who never feared to tell the truth as it existed in her head, refused to back down or apologize, insisting “There is no disrespect for any group or people with the analogy … I just want people to know the truth.” And the truth, as she saw it, was that Hitler rounded up the Jews and forced them to have subsidized health care. Or maybe that Blue Cross should be given guns so it can fight back.

In 2014, Nuxoll backed a failed bill declaring Idaho had the authority to opt out of any EPA regulations the state didn’t care for, because as everyone knows, states don’t have to follow federal environmental regulations if they don’t wanna. The bill was specifically aimed at deregulating “suction dredge mining,” but Nuxoll, with her characteristic logic, tried to spin nullifying federal environmental law into a matter of Defending Our Vets:

“EPA just wants control, they want power,” Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, R-Cottonwood, told the committee. She said veterans are “precious to us,” and many veterans find it “soothing” to do recreational suction dredge mining. “They’re trying to control us, and they’re trying to control our vets also,” she said.

Lord knows there are few things the EPA enjoys more than ruining veterans’ recreational gold mining, unless maybe it’s destroying good-paying jobs to protect some stupid owls.

Nuxoll made national news again in 2015 when she walked out of the Senate chamber rather than have to hear a Hindu clergyman give the day’s invocation. She followed up that walkout by proclaiming Hinduism a “false faith with false gods.” Not surprisingly, she refused to apologize, telling the American Family Association’s “news” site,

“I just feel like I can’t apologize for something I believe in,” she tells OneNewsNow. “I may not have been politically correct in my terminology, on one little sentence, but how can I apologize for what I believe in?”

After religious leaders from all over the region condemned her comments, Nuxoll was at least willing to clarify, though she still refused to apologize:

[Nuxoll] said she didn’t mean to say Hinduism was “false religion,” just that it’s based on “false gods.”
“I said it was a religion with false gods,” Nuxoll said. “I’m not going to give an apology.”

It’s that kind of clear-eyed distinction that made her a hero to rightwing Christians everywhere. She also explained that she didn’t have anything personal against the heathen Hindoo dervish or whatever the cleric thinks he is, but explained she couldn’t be true to her oath of office if she let such abominations take place on the floor of the Senate:

“He can say a prayer anywhere he wants in the Capitol,” but, “I’m in a floor session bound to follow the Constitution. … It is a Christian nation based on Christian principles. To start out our day, we usually say a Christian prayer. I would’ve been fine if we had also had a Christian prayer.”

Now there’s a woman who knows how to defend what she thinks is in the Constitution.

Later that year, Nuxoll closed out the legislative session by leading Republicans in a last-minute refusal to authorize Idaho’s child-support system, because she and others, panicked by the specter of creeping Sharia, feared the law would allow foreign courts to interfere with Idaho child support enforcement. The sudden collapse of the bill endangered almost $46 million in federal funding for programs that processed child support payments and tracked down deadbeat parents. Nuxoll somehow got it in her head that a provision in the law authorizing international recovery of child support might be used by Muslim countries to subject Idaho parents to Sharia law. Never mind that none of the countries that have signed onto that treaty actually have Sharia courts, it was still a very scary prospect. The legislature adjourned with no resolution, and had to be called back into special session, at not-inconsiderable expense, to finally approve the law. As of yet, no Idaho children have yet been kidnapped by ISIS in lieu of child support payments.

Ms. Nuxoll was also among several state Senators who attended a special briefing about “The True Face of Islam in Idaho,” which resulted in a panic about Muslim refugees being used as an invasion force to turn Idaho into part of the caliphate. That particular paranoid frenzy led pants-wetting Idaho militias to demonstrate against the specter of dozens of Syrian refugees possibly coming to the state and then doing Sharia all over the place.

Nuxoll closed out her legislative career — though she didn’t know it at the time — with a 2016 bill to permit the Bible to be used in Idaho schools as an educational resource in all classes, including of course the study of “astronomy, biology, geology,” and other sciences. Thank heaven she managed to get that sucker passed and signed by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter before it was too late, so children can learn what the book of Genesis has to say about the dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark. Correction: Our Google-fu is bad: we looked up the bill number and thought it had been signed, but that was actually an unrelated 2014 bill with the same number. Nuxoll’s Bible bill was vetoed. Wonkette regrets the error!

In very low-turnout voting Tuesday, Noxoll lost her primary to Carl Crabtree, a rancher from Grangeville who has served as president of the Idaho Cattle Association and the Idaho Beef Council. He touted his three decades of service as the Idaho County Weed Supervisor as proof of his ability to get diverse groups to work together, so there’s that. We don’t know much more about Crabtree, but from his background, it sounds like he’ll be a reliably conservative pro-agriculture vote, and not nearly as entertaining as Sheryl Nuxoll. In the November general election, Crabtree will face Democrat Ken Meyers, a retired professor of veterinary medicine who promises he won’t “waste legislators’ time and taxpayers’ money on inconsequential issues or issues already decided by the Supreme Court” — obviously, Meyers was expecting to run against Nuxoll. Meyers also says he thinks climate change is real and Idaho’s ag industry needs to prepare for it, so he’s probably toast.

Pour out a forty of non-alcoholic beer, America. Idaho has lost one of its prime sources of political theater, and now we’ll have to rely on the rest of the state legislature for our springtime spectaculars of crazy. We have a feeling they’ll be up to the job.

[Sandpoint Reader / Idaho County Free Press / Update: NCSE]

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  • Lizzietish81

    Just like the Mullet…her career is dead.

  • glasspusher

    Is there a limit on crazy for Idaho politicians, like if they aren’t wacko enough you have to throw them back until they reach the crazy limit?

  • Joshua Norton

    I may not have been politically correct in my terminology

    What I see happening is that cons have made “being politically incorrect” & “being a fucking asshole” synonymous.

    • Aquaria

      Thus it always was. Politically correct has always meant, “people aren’t letting me say whatever I want without them talking back.”

  • RoyalUglyDude

    I’m afraid to find out who defeated her in the primary.
    Someone who thought she wasn’t sufficiently loony, I imagine.

    • limberrat

      Actually, he is pretty normal, actually believes in climate change!

      • Bitter Scribe

        That’s the Democratic opponent.

        • limberrat

          Well dammit, zero sleep gets me again.

  • limberrat

    What poor animal died on her head?

    • WhyFelicia

      I was really hoping that she and Trump could hang out and exchange hairspray tips.

  • Oneofthebobs

    “How can I apologize for being a complete idiot? “

  • AngryBlakGuy

    …JESUS FUCKING CHRIST!!! We deserve to go extinct!!! These are the fucking idiots that human beings are electing to represent them?!?! Secondly how fucking idiotically dumb would a Democrat have to be to ever lose to this dim wit?!?! That would be like me losing an election to my 2 year old son

    • mardam422

      What? You just noticed???? This is America, dammit! We pride ourselves in having the stupidest, most asinine people possible sent to represent us. It’s not like they can get real jobs, after all.

      • cousin itt

        There’s no statute of limitations on righteous outrage.

        • mardam422

          True. I apologize.

      • david green

        I’ve always suspect that mot people don’t want to vote for someone smarter than themselves.

    • clubseal

      As the comedian Rodney Carrington was wont to say, “The qualifications for that damn job must be ‘breathin'”.

      • Aquaria

        And even, then, you can be elected if you need told how to do it.

    • bobbert

      Um, Idaho?

  • Tendernob

    Maybe now she can give her hair back to Richard Marx.

    • WhyFelicia

      Every Canadian NHL player from 1986 called, and they want their follicles returned ASAP.

    • AlasAnAss

      Kevin Cronin is willing to fight for it. Also, too.

  • Tendernob

    Won’t someone please think about the insurance companies?

    • Gayer Than Thou

      First they came for the insurance companies, and I said nothing, for I was on hold for the next available customer service rep.

      • Tendernob

        First they came for the verbs, and I said nothing because verbing weirds language. They they arrival for the nouns, and I speech nothing because I no verbs.

      • david green

        Please remain on the line. Your call is important to us.

  • handyhippie65

    good riddance to bad rubbish. way to go idaho!

  • Oneofthebobs

    Don King called. You know what he wants back.

    • cousin itt

      Carpet or the drapes?

      • Oneofthebobs


  • Scooby

    Last time I engaged in recreational suction dredge mining my ass hurt for days afterwards.

    • cousin itt

      Find any golden nuggets while you were all up in there?

      • Scooby

        Dennis Hasterts class ring.

    • Gayer Than Thou

      Poppers and deep breathing help.

    • ThePuckStopsHere

      I’d say you were doing it wrong, but I don’t think you were.

  • cousin itt

    Looks like Sheryl’s hairdresser graduated from the Trump Cosmetology School of Taxidermy.

    • JustPixelz

      Learn Donald Trump’s secrets from his handpicked instructors.

      • Celtic_Gnome

        For a low, low price of $1,495.00.

    • cheetojeebus

      Those fuckin’ bangs. makes the whole do look like a jelly fish.

  • Look out, Idaho Target bathroom users: someone’s suddenly got some time on her hands.

  • Relativicus

    “And the truth, as she saw it, was that Hitler rounded up the Jews and forced them to have subsidized health care.”

    I had something about the end-of-life care at Buchenwald, but chickened out.

  • OneYieldRegular

    Nuxoll’s Noxious Nocular Nixed.

    • GeminiCricket

      Whackjob Whipped by Weed Eater

  • DoILookAmused2u ?

    I’m going to cut her a bit of slack she doesn’t deserve on the “False Gods” thing only because they are all false.

  • malsperanza

    Nuxoll … is that pronounced Nukes-all?

    • UncleTravelingMatt


    • Creepoman


    • bozilingus

      Nutz all

  • The Other Tim

    So excited that the overreach backlash has begun.

    Tell me it has. Please.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Not so much. The Republicans in that District (where the General is largely just a formality) also voted to return Idaho’s second-dumbest legislator to the House and elected the daughter of a militia-friendly Sheriff to run for the other House seat.

    • Latverian Diplomat

      The “overreach backlash” is a good name for a BDSM yoga position.

  • JMP

    “He touted his three decades of service as the Idaho County Weed Supervisor”

    Weed Supervisor? But I thought that was only legal in Colorado and Washington State, and Idaho would be one of the last places to allow it.

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      Wrong kind of weed.

      But what kind of supervision do actual weeds need?

      • Bitter Scribe

        “Stop growing so damn fast!”

        • DoILookAmused2u ?

          You there! Yes you! You call yourself a weed, do you?

      • Gleem-McShinez

        Do they have something similar to North Carolina’s bathroom law? Maybe he’s a “wee’d” inspector.

      • Blank Ron

        I’m chasing them out of my garden all the time, but they keep sneaking back. I may put up a wall.

  • arglebargle

    Ms. Potato Head

  • Nounverb911

    Now she has the time to be Trump’s running mate.

  • limberrat

    I wonder if she knows Zapp Rowsdower?

    • clubseal

      Joke’s on you, I have no friends!

    • OneWhiteWhisker


  • Vecciojohn LLC

    Didn’t President Jackson settle this when he sent ships to Charleston harbor to strengthen the federal fortifications there after South Carolina started their nullification crap over the Tariff of 1832? Maybe this would work in Idaho. If only we could get battleship up the Snake River.

  • JustPixelz

    “Idaho County Weed Supervisor”

    Carl’s not here man.

    • Vecciojohn LLC

      Weed supervisor. Hmm. They’re called budtenders around my neck of the woods.

      • SuspectedDemocrat

        County weed inspector. Hand over your bong.

        • Vecciojohn LLC

          …. cold, dead fingers.

        • Gleem-McShinez

          “I’m going to let you off with a warning this time. But if I see you using another apple to smoke your weed, I’m going to have to run you in.”

    • Swampay

      I want that job.

  • AngryBlakGuy

    Nuxoll closed out her legislative career — though she didn’t know it at the time — with a 2016 bill to permit the Bible to be used in Idaho schools as an educational resource in all classes, including of course the study of “astronomy, biology, geology,” and other sciences. Thank heaven she managed to get that sucker passed and signed by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter before it was too late, so children can learn what the book of Genesis has to say about the dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark.

    …yes, please explain to me how the Bible can calculate “String Theory” or “Dark Matter”????

    • clubseal

      In the beginning, it was dark, and nothing mattered until God said “Let there be light”. Duh.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      Oh, come on, ABG – you keep trying to use LOGIC. You should know better than that by now; don’t you live in Florida??

    • JMP

      That’s very simple! it’s “we currently don’t fully understand this phenomenon? Then the answer must be goddidit!”

      • h4rr4r

        “God in the gaps” has a problem, god keeps getting less important as those gaps shrink.

        • Biel_ze_Bubba

          He’ll always be able to hide behind the Big Bang.

    • Scooby

      The God particle?

  • Anarchy Pony

    Unlike the scapegoated jews that fell victim to the Holocaust, health insurance companies are cold evil exploitative entities.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    “Oh honey, if you just upgrade the ol’ sweater puppies you can be as crazy as you wanna be, trust me.”

    — Michele Fiore

    • AntiDerpomeme

      Needs a better haircut too, although I’m betting she’s already alienated the small handful of fabulous gay stylists that exist in Idaho.

      • SDGeoff

        And behold her punishment.

  • Say, this thread could be considered a clearing house for all of your unused Nuxoll jokes:

    Nuxoll: sounds like a noxious yeast spread Europeans put on toast.

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      Warning: If problems with vision or hearing occur while using Nuxoll, consult a doctor immediately. Some problems including blindness, loss of hearing, rectal bleeding and death have occurred in some patients who use Nuxoll.

    • Vecciojohn LLC

      Nuxoll. The savage salve for your yeast infection.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      Nuxoll: it’s a tractor lube! It’s a dessert topping! It’s both!

    • Blank Ron

      Nuxoll! Kids love it!

  • arglebargle

    Say, you know who else made Jews board trains to concentration camps?

    Wait. How does this work again?

    • clubseal

      Say, you know who else wondered who else made Jews board trains to concentration camps?

      • Gleem-McShinez


    • PubOption

      Marshal Petain?

  • Vecciojohn LLC

    Nux nux.
    Who’s there?
    Nuxoll who?

    • Relativicus

      Nuxoll y’all!

      • SDGeoff

        Nuxoll gone.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    When you’re too crazy for the Idaho GOP, it’s time to reconsider your life choices.

    • dslindc

      She can move to Utah and fit right in.

      • Blank Ron

        Does she have the magic underwear? I hear they check now.

  • JustPixelz

    “After religious leaders from all over the region condemned her comments,…”

    As I recall, Dok is an ordained minister at least for purposes of officiating at Editrix and her boy-toy wedding. His condemnation was in the form an article in the Wonkette webzine.

  • Professor Fate

    well she probably prayed that she would never again have to listen to a Hindu’s prayers while in the Senate and God answered her prayers.

  • arglebargle

    Waddaya mean you don’t know what she’ll do? Are there no bird sanctuaries in Idaho?

  • Relativicus

    “Nuxoll closed out her legislative career — though she didn’t know it at the time — with a 2016 bill to permit the Bible to be used in Idaho schools as an educational resource in all classes, including of course the study of ‘astronomy, biology, geology,’ and other sciences.”

    Sheesh, as if puberty wasn’t hard enough. Can you imagine the anguish in finding out you were born with a Satan-inspired boy or girl penis instead of one of those God-sanctioned fig leafs?

    • Latverian Diplomat

      Biblical Astronomy. The Earth is flat with a big metal dome over it. There are holes in the dome where light shines from Heaven. There are also vents in the dome to release rain from time to time. The sun is inside the dome, and is younger than the Earth.

      • DoILookAmused2u ?

        It’s not metal. Just beat into a dome by God like a metal shield. It’s special firmament/raqia material. It has windows too to let the Sun and Moon pass through plus to open to let the waters above flood the Earth and kill every thing that can’t fit on an ark.

        • Blank Ron

          These days we use fiberglass, but God’s old-school.

  • GDleftyPart2

    Crap, she’ll probably move here now and win office…..thanks Idaho.

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    Are we absolutely SURE Nuxoll’s the Goofiest lawmaker in Idaho? There just has to be someone waiting to fill those clown shoes.

    • Iam Reading

      Heather motherfucking Scott. She is awful.

  • DoILookAmused2u ?

    Warning: Do not operate vehicles or machinery when under the influence of Nuxoll. Some patients experience thoughts of suicide while taking Nuxoll. If this happens stop taking Nuxoll and see a doctor. Other side effects include dizziness, diarrhea, vomiting, blindness,total loss of hearing, and hallucinations.

    • John Smith

      And anal seepage?

  • TheGrandWaz00

    Now she’ll have time to get the old band back together.

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      Which bathroom do they have to use?

    • Will in Pgh

      They look nice. I bet they make their own clothes.

      • Bitter Scribe

        And do their own hair.

        • Biel_ze_Bubba

          That job on the left demands a real professional – I don’t think her arms are long enough to reach the top of that thing.

    • SDGeoff

      “The higher the hair, the closer to God”. Seriously. They say it. Usually in Texas.

    • smr06va

      My grandpa was one of their original groupies………….my siblings and I feel very blessed to even exist……………………..

    • Holy shit! And now I’m going to spend the next hour going down the rabbit hole of Internet searches about ‘the faith tones’.

    • mailman27

      They are DUDES1!!11! Come on, people.

    • frrolfe

      Can I have the “lady” on the left?

    • Sophie McMillan

      My aplogies but I had to steal this one to share with my UK family. Caused much hilarity

    • AlasAnAss

      Stephen Fry sure has made some questionable style choices through the years.

      • Suse

        That totally looks like SF. ;-)

        • AlasAnAss

          Thank you for confirming that I’m not hallucinating.

          Or at least not totally hallucinating.

          Or at least not hallucinating alone.

    • Suse

      This a Kids in the Hall thing, right?

    • thixotropic jerk

      I think Jeeby has used you, all three of you, just. about. up.

    • ThePuckStopsHere

      Pretty sure Jesus is, in fact, their only hope for being “used.” Especially Col. Klink over there on right.

  • HobbesEvilTwin

    LePage/Nuxoll 2020!

    • Iam Reading

      Now you have it!

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    Nuxoll’s closest ally, fellow theocrat and county commissioner Jim Chmelik lost, too. Chmelik got beat by a guy who got a DUI a few years ago while wearing a bumblebee costume, complete with stinger. His lawyer told me it was the most hilarious field sobriety test he’d ever seen.

    • SDGeoff

      I bet they loved him in the holding tank.

    • Iam Reading

      Joseph Duncan would have been and improvement over Chmelik

    • thixotropic jerk

      “I’m dead Rob Ford and I approve this bumblebee legislator and all his antics to come.”

    • doktorzoom
  • FrenchFriar

    I must confess that I had never heard of recreational suction dredge mining, but the way she described it, I’m in.

  • Callyson

    She seems nice. And by “nice,” I mean completely batshit crazy…

  • LarryHoudini

    “It would be unwise to read into this and try and predict what this might mean for the fall’s presidential election . . . even so, I have to say that this looks like bad news for Donald Trump: voters are sick and tired of wackaloon politicians. On the other hand, we can clearly see that the electorate did not trust the job to a woman. Hillary, you might want to tread lightly. Back to you, Chuck.”

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    “Recreational suction dredge mining” is a nifty hobby, where one person can rip up hundreds of square yards of river bottom every day, mix it up violently, and dump it all back on the bottom, minus a smidgen of gold. A dozen such “hobbyists” can trash a whole lot of river over the course of a season. Critters that live on the bottom, and salmon eggs, don’t vote, so it’s all good.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Bonus Points for dredging the most pristine-looking creek you can find. Ya know, ’cause it just makes sense that any creekbed these people can waddle their fat asses to probably didn’t get mined out back in the 1890s.

      • david green

        The really nifty part is that all the disturbance of the creek bed also releases tiny bits of mercury left behind by the original gold seekers.

    • Iam Reading

      Enforcement of permits will cause the next Bundyesque takeover. So we have that to look forward to

    • Courser

      That’s what I thought it was. Nasty stuff.

    • urgelt

      Don’t go confusing the wingnuts with factual information. They don’t like it.

  • Justno

    Damn. I’m going to miss her.

  • AnOuthouse

    County Weed Supervisor? Who do you have to know to get that sweet gig? Oh, wait, this is not in Colorado.

    • Courser

      Here in CO, they’re usually part of the Zoning Dept./Commision/whatever. Encompasses dog catcher, finding building permit violations, weed supervisor (head nag, basically?), and that kind of thing. In the rural communities, it’s usually the County Extension Agent, since he can recognize invasive weeds and knows what to do about ’em

      • urgelt

        Build a wall? Round ’em up at the border? Internment camps?

      • Gerry

        Invasive weed. That’s grass someone buys in Washington and tries to bring back to Idaho.

  • B00kLove000

    Bye, Felicia!

  • therblig

    underground like a wild potato (don’t go on the patio)

  • To be fair, I hope the federal government DOES pull the plug on private insurance companies and take over Obamacare.

    That would be awesome.

    • urgelt

      Not on Obama’s watch.

      Not on Clinton’s watch.

      Trump, neither, obviously. Trump never saw an insurance scam he didn’t like if he could get in on the action. As President, he can.

      Neither party wants to touch single payer with a ten thousand foot pole.

      If we want single payer, we’ll have to blow those parties to smithereens.

      I speak figuratively, of course. I only advocate violence in the privacy of my bathroom, after I sweep it for bugs and verify that, alas, I’m alone in there.

      • nah, aca actually is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. not for next year or the year after, but the trajectory is towards centralization and single payer. and the more the red states refuse to be part of it, the more their states get a federal solution.

        that’s why republicans are so terrified of it.

        (and i say this as an obamacare person who is currently in a county where i wish the insurance companies could get drawn and quartered for the crap they gave us in 16. and by ‘county’, i mean ‘cook’ in chicago).

        • urgelt

          Oh, that little county in Illinois? I think I’ve heard of it. :P

  • FlownOver

    “…now we’ll have to rely on the rest of the state legislature for our springtime spectaculars of crazy.”

    Fear not, Dok. Kansas is on it.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Of course *facepalm*

    • Aquaria

      Come on. She doesn’t even rank as worthy of notice in Texas. Our Lege has this crazy stuff locked up for the next millennia, minimum.

      • Iam Reading

        Idaho is 10 – 20 years behind on everything…, thanks for the preview/warning?

    • YourMom

      Oh..there are plenty of goofballs left in the Idaho legislature.

      • Iam Reading

        A metric shit ton…..and that’s just moving from the Canadian border down to the Clearwater

  • whitroth

    Ah, yes, a true Christian Fascist (remember, Franco had a document from the then-Pope that he was a good and rightful Christian ruler), who’d be *perfectly* at home… in the religious wars of the 1500’s and 1600’s.

    And the Fed’ral Gubmint’s gonna PULL THE TRIGGER, and take over healthcare in the US? Is this like Medicare for all?

    Please! Please! Pull the trigger! Take the trillion dollar lobby DOWN!

  • Charlette Kremer

    Correction: In a rare moment of lucidity, the governor vetoed Bangs Nutball’s Bible bill.

    • doktorzoom

      You are correct! I’ll update.

      For once, I thought I’d actually fact-checked something before i wrote it, but damned if I didn’t google the bill number, click on the ID legislature website, and see that Butch had signed SB 1321. The completely unrelated 2014 bill with that number.

  • Phlebas

    Props for the No Man’s Land reference in the first sentence. Long live Eric Bogle.

    Someone give Sheryl the ol’ Christian Side Hug

  • thewitchqueen74

    Good bye and good riddance, you fucking nutcase.

  • natoslug

    She may have lost this race, but she’s still the winner in her own private Idaho.

    • Gregory Brown

      See what you did there.

  • Jason M

    Sounds like there’s gonna be an opening for Idaho County Weed Supervisor, heh heh he- wait, it means what? Nevermind.

  • anon_the_great

    May she reap her heavenly harvest as soon as her Lord feels she is due. Hopefully tomorrow

  • tehbaddr

    Recreational suction dredge mining sounds filthy and perverted. How have I never heard of this before?

    • TheBidenator

      If you’re asking it’s because you can’t afford it….

      • tehbaddr

        Sound like a service you could get from a lot lizard on the cheap.

        • bbqboy

          you just need enough quarters for the vacuum

    • urgelt

      It’s kind of like cow tipping, only no cow, and with gold, only usually not.

  • jmk

    Awwww… I’ll send her a Ganesha-shaped floral arrangement, if it will make her feel better.

    • shastakoala

      And add a sprig or two of invasive weeds for color.

    • wavicles

      Remover of obsticles, Ganesha may show her where to crazy next.

      • jmk

        He is the Lord of Beginnings… maybe he can make her begin to be sane?

  • TheBidenator

    Sheryl Nuxoll’s campaign slogan should have been, “What?”

  • TheBidenator

    Well Louie Gohmert is pretty old, she could relocate to Texas and try running in one of those districts where they are happy to vote for any moron who can combine two scary things to make an incoherent point….

  • SeeTrain65

    “Until next time, this is the old right-winger rounding first and heading for home.”

    Reds fans will get this reference.

  • Iam Reading

    Nice mullet and sideburns, Nutsall. Bye Felicia and eat a dick.

  • FZsdaughter

    Carlin was right, there IS too much democracy; in a country where it’s perfectly legal to allow the Evil Rich to pay for the Stupids to hold office, you can be sure that’s going to be on the increase until even the pretense of Constitutional government disappears.

  • Master Contrail Program

    A dozen years ago, I went to Tampa’s late and lamented Halloween street party as Redneck Dracula. The cheap Party City mullet wig I wore, looked better than this lady’s hair. Even after I drove over it a few times to tease it up just right.

  • fawkedifiknow

    Maybe Bill Kristol will recommend her to Trump for VP, just like he did for McCain and Palin. She appears to fill the bill, and now she’s got some free time to campaign.

    • urgelt

      And she’s not a quitter! No siree, if you want her out of the job you have to throw her out.

      I bet there are deep claw marks on the hardwood floor of her office and a few nearby busted eardrums. This is one nutbag who will not go quietly.

    • Rickyphoo

      Well, she certainly has fucked up hair like Trump.

      Hey, Sheryl, the 1980s called. They want their hair style back!

  • eddi

    She was just doing her part to keep Boise wacko. They have been jealous of Portland’s rep for years.

  • 3FingerPete

    Many miles away, Mary Lou Bruner is slouching towards the Texas Board of Education.

  • Delu

    Someone like that is no longer conservative enough for her base!

    Just imagine.

  • Blanche Beecham

    It’s a Miracle!

    (uh, same thing I posted about the poop cross showing up in the diaper – still it’s a miracle!)

    • thixotropic jerk

      If it smells, looks and — like a miracle…well then!

  • thixotropic jerk

    Coincidence or Conspurasuy: I think my prescription for Nuxoll 9 just ran out, too!

  • Ryan Denniston

    “I’m in a floor session bound to follow the Constitution. … It is a Christian nation based on Christian principles.”

    A True Believer indeed. She left out all that jazz about bringing the Jews along for the ride.

  • phoenix00

    > She said veterans are “precious to us,” and many veterans find it “soothing” to do recreational suction dredge mining.

  • Billy Rubin

    Ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm round of applause for to 2016 GOP vice presidential candidate.

  • kareemachan

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer hoofwanking bunglecunt.

    Side note: with all the shit going on these days, people in Idaho didn’t bother to turn out to vote? WTFF?!

    • phoenix00

      they were all out busy suction dredge mining. Recreationally.

      • bbqboy

        The patriotic veterany thing to do

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      Down ticket primary. It’s a Great American Tradition to not vote in down ticket primaries.

  • exinkwretch

    She’s the winner? That’s a might stiff competition. Also, the former publisher of the Idaho County Free Press in Grangeville is an awesome guy and a superb drinker.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Superb drinker, yes. A little too cozy with Kirk and the cops, though.

  • Left Coast Tom

    Cottonwood Idaho…is that the Seventh-Day Adventist part of the state, or the Mormon part of the state?

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      98% Catholic. German Catholic, to be precise.

      • Salmon River Libby

        There were lots of Ben Carson bumperstickers (defund Planned Parenthood) when the good doctor was practicing relevancy.
        More Seventh Day Adventists up north.

  • FauxAntocles

    I don’t disagree that Hindus worship false gods, I just think it is more widespread.

  • bubbuhh

    Suction dredge soothment for vets? Bet the vets enthusiastically voted for that.

  • Peripatetic Poltroon

    It’s true, you know. You go out in the woods & some Syrian refugee has left some damned Sharia lying around the campsite. That stuff’ll try to cut off you hand when you put the cooler down.

  • Jason Freeman

    Hindus, Christians, etc. From this side of the fence it looks like a bunch of grown adults arguing about the color of Santa’s fucking hat. But par for the course here in Idaho.

    • Gerry

      Actually, what I thought was funny about Nuxoll’s walking out during the invocation is that she’s one of these folks who tell us atheists to stop whining about being forced to sit through mandatory, government-endorsed public Christian prayer; “Nobody’s forcing you to pray, why don’t you just sit quietly and respectfully, I mean, if I was at a meeting and they opened with a prayer for a different religion I’d sit there respectfully and quietly”.

      Hypocrites. Two-thousand years after the time of Christ, they’re still showing us how much more supremely rye-yuh-chuss that the rest of the unwashed heathens they are.

  • Rufus T. Firefly

    I hope the newly elected Weed Supervisor turns the House into Chronic Control.

    • Gerry

      Weed, huh? But I thought Idaho still hadn’t legalized recreational use….

  • Webster

    Did she lose her reelection bid before or after her forehead exploded?

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    My folks live in Cottonwood. They are pretty happy that Sheri got the heave-ho, but they are plenty pissed that Idaho now has closed primaries. They are good Democrats who assume their votes count for nothing, so the only thing left to them is spite-voting.

  • VirginiaLady

    Biblical astronomy? Isn’t there only one mention of an astronomical event in de bibble? A big ol’ star that left a trail of Matzoh crumbs for some Magi to follow? But then some shepards guarding their flocks at night let the lamds eat de crumbs and poof! they wound up at an inn with no rooms and a wicked witch who tried to cook them in an oven? I think that’s how the fable went.

    • Dan

      Very funny fable!

      Constellations: Amos 5:8 (But there is one who made the constellations Pleiades and Orion; he can turn the darkness into morning and daylight into night. He summons the water of the seas and pours it out on the earth’s surface. The LORD is his name!

      Calendars: Psa 104:19 He made the moon to mark the months, and the sun sets according to a regular schedule

      Meteorology: Mat 16:3 and in the morning, ‘It will be stormy today, because the sky is red and darkening.’ You know how to judge correctly the appearance of the sky, but you cannot evaluate the signs of the times

      Some kind of Eclipse thing: Mark 15: 33 Now when it was noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon

      Still, I get your point. While the Bible is a great Historical reference to academics, and a source of truth for believers, it is not really appropriate for teaching science. {Oh an the star was probably a bright light rather than a star, because if a star should sit above a small Middle Eastern town, then there wouldn’t be much of a town left, let alone an entire Earth!}

      • VirginiaLady

        You know your bibble! But you can’t use it to teach because it never says how or why these things happen. The only answer to be found there is because god decreed it thusly, therefore I agree with thee.

        • Dan

          As an ex Science teacher AND devout Christian I can categorically say that the bible does not make a great science text book :) But if I was a historian, I would classify it as an excellent account of history (as most history scholars do).

          The closest I got to using it in class was when teaching Evolution, and I got the students to match the creation account with the Geological Time Scale. All goes well except for birds and fish.

          Misintrerpretation will always be an issue here. This is the sort of thing that could result (pic). If this picture interprets the story of the Ark correctly then Lions should be extinct by now!

          • VirginiaLady

            LOL LOL LOL! That’s why unicorns are now extinct. There is a french commercial about Noah’s son getting the missing unicorns for the ark. Google it!

      • Gerry

        Uh-uhhhh. You got it wrong. There couldn’t have been an eclipse at midday (solar) because the crucifixion (supposedly) happened at the start of Passover–during the Full Moon, which is on the other side of the Earth from the Sun. No New Moon, no blocky Sun, no total solar eclipse.

  • wavicles

    I’m going into our County Offices today and register to run for Weed Supervisor. I know we don’t have one so I’ll be able to create the position from scratch to suit me and my ‘constituants’.

  • Bobnotpedic

    But we still have the school board whacko in Texas now in a runoff. She says that when the President was in his 20s he paid for his drugs as a male prostitute, that the Alamo had been turned over to the UN and that the DNC killed JFK. We’ll always have Texas

  • Celtic_Gnome

    Basic Training must be a lot stranger that I realized if one of the side effects is developing a desire to engage in recreational suction dredge mining.

    • William_C_Diaz

      Basic training is a tiny fraction of the time that a serviceperson spends in uniform, even if they are only on active duty for 2 years.

      Have a great day!

      • Gerry

        Sigh! It was sarcasm!

  • Frank Underboob

    The feds will have a national system of health insurance and they will pull the trigger on the insurance companies.

    Like that’d be a bad thing.

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