Likely a reflex to the William Ayers speech at the University of Wyoming, Ann Coulter, a female equivalent of the imam that propelled Nidal Hasan's rampage at Fort Hood in Texas, has contracted to speak in Laramie. The red state at the bottom of the tolerance scale, Wyoming has negatively ascended in recent years becoming a monolithic enclave for religious cultists:
Republican congressional candidate Cynthia Lummis, a devout Lutheran, said that when she was growing up in Cheyenne many of her closest friends were Mormons, and during her college years she twice considered converting, taking all the introductory lessons for membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Of course, Lummis won.
For a state that deplores the exercise of government, Wyoming's workforce is 25% public-employed. The LDS is a heavily armored, cradle-to-grave, member-swollen organ of male extremists heavily armored against any threat to a hypocritheocracy dedicated to white rule. A Mormon with great hair, Mitt Romney is expected to do well again in the Wyoming Caucuses, where he will announce that he is fulfillment of the White Horse Prophesy.