March 29, 2017

Lukey Doody & Buffalo Butch

Filed under: Probable Cause — Bill @ 7:06 am


When OpenCdA reviewed our local legislators’ voting records on the Idaho Legislature’s House Bill 67 (that’s the ‘repeal the grocery tax’ bill that Governor Otter has indicated he might veto), the monochrome image of the stars of our favorite television program of the 1950’s popped into our small mind.

Striking similarities, aren’t they?


  1. Here’s who Malek represents, in order of importance to him:

    1. Butch Otter
    2. House GOP Leadership
    3. The local GOP who gets him elected
    4. The citizens of his district

    Comment by Dan Gookin — March 29, 2017 @ 7:23 am

  2. Dan,

    Yep, although using the word ‘leadership’ might be a stretch.

    Comment by Bill — March 29, 2017 @ 7:34 am

  3. You have that “leadership” right … it is a stretch. Not a word in major news, not a word from anyone about senators who sleep on the job. They snooze, we lose. Pretty disgusting. All of our elected officials should be holding these pathetic parasites accountable, but I guess they (those elected officials who turn the other cheek) might sleep on the job someday and they, too, will want a pass.

    Comment by Stebbijo — March 29, 2017 @ 5:58 pm

  4. All the citizens of CDA should know that Malek did not vote to remove sales tax from food. You are correct- he is Otters puppet. Now he wants to run for Labador’s position.
    He wants to be Peolosi’s puppet. Maybe Governor’s position is his goal.

    Comment by Sharon Culbreth — April 20, 2017 @ 3:50 pm

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