Friday, June 10, 2011

Will Senators Who, According to Brian Nieves, Lack Spines And Male Anatomy, Decide to Investigate Nieves?

The Post-Dispatch wrote a blistering editorial about State Senator Brian Nieves earlier this week, saying that his antics were no longer funny. The op-ed was in response to allegations of Nieves bullying his constituents, followed by Nieves going on his radio show to call those constituents "sub-human" and even announcing the home address of one of them! Yesterday, Jo Mannies at the Beacon reported that a formal complaint had been filed against Nieves:
Three critics of state Sen. Brian Nieves, R-Washington, have filed a formal complaint about his behavior with the state Senate's Committee on Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics.

The three retired teachers -- residents of Nieves' 26th District -- earlier had complained in the Washington Missourian newspaper about a combative meeting they had with the senator about a month ago in the state Capitol.
So of course the question now is whether the Republicans in charge of the committee will put aside partisanship and actually go through with a legitimate investigation. My guess is no, since Brian Nieves has informed me that the members of the Senate other than Jim Lembke and himself do not have "spines" and various "parts of the male anatomy:"

Now I don't know what a male anatomy has to do with anything, but if Republican Senator Mayer, Lager, Dempsey, Dixon and Goodman are lacking a spine as Nieves says they are, then they surely won't have the guts to go through with an impartial investigation.

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