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Idaho’s Mike Simpson is afraid to debate his opponent


Mike Simpson refuses to debate. His Lordship rejected an offer from public broadcasting in Idaho. Simpson has an adversary. Bryan Smith challenges incumbent in May 17and Republican primary. In full transparency, I made my decision months ago and intend to vote for Smith. Unlike the incumbent, the challenger does not consider himself a noble.

Since we can’t debate with only one candidate, no dice!

Simpson Even Angers Allied Media

Even the far-left Idaho Statesman editorial board condemned Simpson for his refusal. The board won’t endorse Smith after calling him a debt collector. I guess the liberal media believe we shouldn’t have to pay our bills.

Despite the incumbent’s condemnation, you can bet the newspaper will approve of Simpson. He initiated the plan to remove four dams from the lower Snake River. An idea that would harm Idaho agriculture, skyrocket electricity costs, and essentially shut down the Port of Lewiston. The mainstream media would rather save fish than human beings.

Simpson is the creature of the DC Beltway

Homer, I mean Mike, may call Idaho his primary residence, but I suspect he spends most of his time living well in suburban Washington, DC

I came across a link from a recent GOP rally where a woman asked Simpson why a courier claimed he was endorsed by Donald Trump. The representative explained that it was from a political action committee and had no control over the content. He is right on this point. However, when she mentioned it was on her website, he got a condescending response. Click here to see. Smith will join Newsradio 96.1 and 1310 KILX on Friday morning.

Meanwhile, Governor Brad Little can also skip debates with his main opponents.

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