Imbibing Those Vile Potations

“Where all parents are strong and wise and capable and all children are happy and beloved.  I don’t know.  Maybe it was Utah.”  –Raising Arizona

With a name like Sheldon Killpack (think “Shel done kill pack”), it really was just a matter of time before this teetotaling  state senator from Utah tossed his Mormony standards for a cold one, or two, or three, or four…

….Or some really hard stuff.  Right now it’s a mystery.

Killpack wasn’t exactly the picture of cooperation when he was pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence.  He submitted to some sobriety tests but refused to take a breath test.  The Utah Highway Patrol officer had to get a warrant for a blood test.

What makes this no run-of-the-mill drunk story is the fact that Killpack has been a bulldog in supporting and sponsoring drunk driver legislation.

A political and religious hypocrisy two-fer!

Killpack’s father was killed by a drunk driver, too.

Dude should be grateful he was arrested before he killed someone.

At least he had the decency to resign.  It’ll be some tough medicine when this Republican sees the laws he passed were intended for him, too.

How often does that happen!


4 thoughts on “Drunken Mormon Bust

  1. this is from huffpo:

    He had attended a fundraiser for state Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper, on Thursday night, but no alcohol was served at the event. Former state Rep. Mark Walker was his passenger when he was pulled over.

    where did he get the booze from, and why was another guy in the car? maybe the story will be even better. maybe the 2 of them have a “thing.”

    • Yes! Then I can find a picture of him and dress him like Charlie Crist in the 70s.

      ♪♪ It’s fun to stay at the YMCA. It’s fun to stay at the YMCA. ♪♪

    • But maybe they protected everyone else. Ever think a that, jzman? Maybe there was this ginormous spherical force field that steered all potential victims out of his path. I mean those special drawers are AWFULLY big. 😉

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