Idaho Congressman Butch Otter: one sandwich short of a picnic.
The Ad Every Idaho Democrat Should See
Updated I & II below
No mention of party affiliation except for "Walt Minnick, Right for Idaho."
"I've had to say 'no' far more often than I've said 'yes'." Wassamatta Walt, embarrassed by the party members that got you in office or the 70% voting record you have for voting with the Democratic Party? A great man once observed "In matters of principles, stand like a rock; in matters of taste, swim with the current." I would venture to say that Thomas Jefferson also denoted the difference between a follower and a leader. Are you a leader, Walt? I'm none too interested in following after that ad.
I am perplexed by Walt's assertion that he voted against Wall Street bailouts. That vote occurred in October, 2008, a month before he won election.
Update 9/9: As Brother Bubbles mentioned, and as Annenburg was also fooled by when they fact checked, Minnick didn't "vote" no on bailouts, he "said" no. W00t. Also there was a John Miller article in the Statesman today on the RNC producing their own ad touting the fact that Minnick is running against Obama and Democrats. Go Walt.
Updated 9/10: Her goatness calls BS on Walt's saying "no" to bailouts.