Congressman Bill Sali (R-ID) has had a heck of a first term. As a freshman Republican from the Minority Party, Sali’s opportunities to make an impact were limited. But he made the most of them. Sali worked across the aisle with Congressman Bruce Braley (D-IA) to pass an Amendment requiring tax forms and instructions be in simple language. It’s a small start to a career that has focused on reforming the mess that is the U.S. Congress. Sali is to quote Regis Philbin, “only one man” but he is joined by others in a battle for reform and Sali has stood tough/Adam's Blog. More here
Idaho Blog roundup:
*Idaho Dem superdelegates united for Obama/Red State Rebels
*Charter school oversight or lack thereof/Unequivocal Notion
*Gem State Voter Guide/Idaho Values Alliance
*Sen. John Adreason needs Matt Yost/Dennis Mansfield
Question: What letter grade would you give Congressman Bill Sali for his freshman term?