Idaho Republican gubernatorial debate: two to the left; two to the right.

Which Republican Gubernatorial candidate in Idaho would you vote for?


Seems to be a split between the two on the “Left”, and the two on the “Right”… in terms of how they’ll approach the task of governing and everything else.

Let’s just skip over to the two on the left… because, really, you know the two on the right will just a bunch of “Blah blah blah”…

The politically incorrect leader of a biker gang, Harley Brown, claimed his fellow riders were “cop magnets, like a Playboy bunny in a mini-skirt gets hit on all the time.”


Meanwhile, second wannabe guv Walt Bayes insisted the Bible foretold nuclear accidents and urged every citizen to take potassium iodide tablets to protect their thyroid glands.


“I don’t like political correctness. Can I say this? It sucks! It’s bondage,” Brown, who had a cigar firmly placed into his shirt pocket the whole time, told the cameras.


“I’m going for the vote of the real people out there, not these bondage-type who don’t have a clue about picking up strangers at night and hauling them God-knows-where,” he added. 


After claiming he had “a Master’s in raisin’ hell,” he told viewers his plan to seize power.


“You bind those evil spirits behind the feds with the blood of Jesus, the name of Jesus, the power of entombment of the Holy Spirit, the power of agreement, the word of God. Take air superiority, and then roll in with your tanks on the ground, like … lawsuits. Blitzkrieg!”




With the debate taking a surreal twist, Brown then revealed why he was so offensive to all races and nationalities in comments on his website.


“You might find this offensive. But I hit everybody. Jews, Polish people, Irish, Italians, religious jokes and black jokes,” he said.



I’m trying to find the debate between Kinky Friedman and Jim Hogan… the two Agriculture Commission candidates in the Texas Democratic primary run off.  But apparently Hogan isn’t running an actual campaign (back-porch campaigns of old, actually that he’s not really even inviting anyone to his back-porch), so I guess there is no debate.

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