Roy W. Lang,.
Republican Candidate for Governor
P.O. Box 204
Davisville, Missouri 65456
Re: Matt 'Runt' Blunt, Missouri Secretary of State and Competing Republican Candidate for Governor, his misuse of public taxpayer funds to promote his primary campaign, and filing a Missouri Ethics Complaint
. . . . You called me up the morning of August 5, 2004 because Matt 'Runt' Blunt (hereafter RuntBlunt) had used taxpayers funding from the federal level designed to get the fools out to vote for their own destruction in order to put his own name and picture in newspaper ads twice before the lie- papers of the Missouri Press Association. I have already sent in a complaint to the Missouri 'Ethics' Commission (MEC), on Saturday. A copy of this complaint is being sent to yourself and Jeff Killian. For you, I have sent a form for you to swear or affirm in front of a notary public before you write out your own complaint.
. . . . You made it quite clear that you do not share my racial and political views, and I made it again quite clear that I don't care whether or not you agree with my views -- you have your audience and I have my target audience, and I'll allow that you got more votes than I did in the primary [s]election. As did the other four candidates. It has always been my contention that RuntBlunt is a professional politician and a moronic lackey for sale run by corporate puppet-masters, none of RuntBlunt's faggy dwarfs have a lick of sense, especially RuntBlunt's spokes-liar Spence Jackson, and that ANYONE else on the Republican opposition was a far better candidate. I wanted to represent the rural and small- town working-class Whites, and to take that constituentcy away from the treasonous Repubs. So for my People, I was the best candidate. I imagine that the others you mentioned as considering filing a complaint with the MEC don't agree with me or be seen agreeing with me, so I'm sending a copy of this letter to you to Jeff Killian, and he can share it with Jen Sievers because they both live in Jackson, Missouri.
. . . . I think that it would be best if all four or five of us aggrieved file separate complaints to the Missouri 'Ethics' Commission. You file a separate complaint, Killian files his complaint, Sievers files her complaint, and Memhardt- Skelton files her complaint. After all, it is for the very same corrupt action -- using public money for personal use. That RuntBlunt would abuse his office as Secretary of State and Chief Election Officer of Missouri means that there is even less excuse for RuntBlunt's behavior. And that moron wants to be kicked up to Governor! I hope that by our separate actions that we can prevent that from ever happening.
. . . . If the Missouri 'Ethics' Commission gives me no satisfaction, if it pisses down its pants and runs for the tall grass, claiming that it has no jurisdiction, then I shall add this matter to my present federal lawsuit. However, I think it would be best if the rest of you get no more satisfaction than I get, for another federal lawsuit to be filed, with the names of all aggrieved, including the Democrat and Libertarian candidates, if they so want. If we split up the $150 filing fee to file in federal district court three or four or more ways, we don't have to spend as many dollars each. I've got a great deal of experience in filing lawsuits and writing briefs. However, I can be sort of abrasive in my briefs, so much so that the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals appointed to me a lawyer, who was paid out of the public treasury, as they said that I was rude, cutting, crass, and abrasive in my filings. They claimed that I was no stranger to their court, but they didn't go so far as to call me one of their friends.
. . . . This letter shall appear on the Internet as:
Martin 'Mad Dog' Lindstedt
Republican Candidate for Governor -- 2004
cc: Jeff Killian for Jen Sievers
Over to Martin 'Mad Dog' Lindstedt, Republican Candidate for Governor of Missouri -- 2004
Over to My Struggle -- The Rants of a Resistance Political Operative
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