True Patriots in Idaho's 1st Congressional District are showing that they're unafraid of the retribution they'll get from "college graduates" and other socialists by Standing Up to the Idaho Socialist Statesman in the Letters To The Editor section of the paper. Two Canyon County Patriots have their say in today's paper.
Robert Forrey of Nampa says: "As we see the announcements of many getting ready to run for a political office, I am reminded of how Congressman Bill Sali has been a very effective voice for Idahoans in Congress. He has pushed forward the government reform issue, doing his best to get rid of excessive spending. I appreciate all of his hard work, and I'm looking forward to his re-election this November."
Well said, Mr. Forrey! Norm Brown of Caldwell is even more verbose: "I'm seeing claims that Congressman Bill Sali is ineffective, inefficient and is not working hard for Idaho in Congress. These are not true at all, and I hope they are spoken out of ignorance. Congressman Sali is a freshman in the Republican Party, which is the minority party, and he is working against a liberal ideology in the House that is about to get worse if we don't re-elect him.
In fact, he was elected president in his freshman class of congressmen. They don't want to print the fact that his peers see him leading the way for them on issues like border control, pro-life, marriage between a man and woman, lower taxes and a smaller government. After this next presidential election, there will not be a conservative in the White House. That is why we must elect a real conservative. I, for one, see him leading the way as a real Idahoan who is a real conservative."
Bill Sali is always leading the way, whether it's defending the rights of Patriotic Americans to import 2nd Amendment-protected arms into the country without having the government inspect the shipping containers they're in or stopping terrorists from getting government-supplied health insurance. These Patriots know that the last thing Idaho needs is a Congressman in the majority party -- we're individuals, and would rather be Right than to help shape policy in Congress. That's why Nancy Pelosi is so afraid of Bill Sali and all he represents -- someone unwilling to play by the rules of Congress that have evolved over the years, someone who doesn't understand the concept of "compromise" -- these are the ideals that make Idaho great.