Skip to comments.#ID02: Right when it matters, Rep. Mike Simpson gets a ridiculously awful ACU rating
Posted on 03/03/2014 1:29:18 PM PST by The Old Hoosier
This is not the headline you want to see in your local newspaper when youre facing a tough primary from a candidate backed by the Club for Growth...
Conservative Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, who pointedly refused to endorse Simpson, makes him look especially bad here with his perfect 100 percent....
(Excerpt) Read more at conservativeintel.com ...
I heard the guy running against Mike Simpson on the radio last week on the Nate Shelman show. (I forget his name.) He sounded like a Tea Partier, which means he could very well win the seat. Not a moment too soon, IMHO.
Is the source your blog?
Bryan Smith. Solid conservative. Needs to win
The Chamber of Commerce talks about trial lawyers.
How many lawsuits will the illegals be starting with their amnesty plan?
The thing is I don’t think Cornyn, McConnell or Simpson’s votes were needed in passing some of the bills. Boehner and Reid still had 3 or 4 majority in some of the bills and cloture voters.
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Scroll down to Page 25 for Idaho.
Steve King voted for the farm bill but he is still 71% on Club for Growth.
Overall, Kings 20 percent drop was among the largest GOP slides. Mississippi Republican Gregg Harper had a 41 percent score this year despite a 70 percent lifetime average, Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy of California, the No. 3 Republican in the House, went from a 78 percent lifetime score to a 53 percent score in 2013, and Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., went from a 70 percent lifetime score to a 49 percent score this year.
If more people had lifetime scores of 91% the world would be a better place.
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