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Dale Peterson of Alabama: Today’s Public Official Misfit

 
Dale is an Alabama Republican state official who became famous for flaunting his rifle in campaign ads promising to be tough on crime.
 
Dale the Nutcase was arrested on March 27, 2013 and charged with shoplifting a can of cashews. This is the second time in two months that Dale has been accused of stealing.
 
Dale’s most recent arrest took place at a Sam’s Club. Police said employees watched Dale eat a can of cashews in the store, then place the empty can back on the shelf. Security guards confronted Dale on his way out. He was later released from custody after he posted a $1,000 bond.
 
In October 2012, Dale was charged with stealing papers towels and beer from a local Wal-Mart store. Employees reported that Dale pushed his way through the checkout line without paying for the items that were in his cart. Dale laughingly claimed that incident was “a mistake.” Clearly, Dale missed his calling as a Standup Comedian!
 
Dale previously ran an unsuccessful campaign for Alabama agriculture commissioner. In one of his campaign ads, Dale suggested that his opponents were “thugs and criminals,” and he accused them of “stealing yard signs in the dark,” and “bragging about receiving illegal money on Facebook.” While lifting while lifting a rifle to his shoulder, Dale said, “We’re Republicans, we should be better than that.” Dale then promised to “name names and take no prisoners” if elected.
Hopefully, the sentencing judge remands this penny ante thief to an appropriate jail sentence.
 
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