An angry TEA Party state legislator has taken issue with a letter to the editor which criticizes him and lashed out in response with a hilarious rebuttal: “Derek Skees presentation: Letter riddled with errors.”
The letter writer, in “Skees provided boring lesson in free speech tolerance,” criticizes Skees for going on for nearly two hours with a “rambling, discordant monologue” on Skees’ interpretation of the Constitution.
Not true, says Skees, writing that he actually went on for THREE hours. He spoke for one hour and a half, and “followed this up with a half an hour question period, and I stayed after that for nearly an hour to accommodate everyone who remained.” So there.
Plus, he fittingly points out, he used PowerPoint so as any rational person knows it could not possibly have been boring.
The letter included no information on what, if any, work Skees was doing to represent House District 4.