A biker, a curmudgeon, a cowboy and a normal guy are running for governor of Idaho, and if that seems odd, watch the politically incorrect debate.
State Sen. Russ Fulcher, Harley Brown and Walt Bayes are all challenging Republican Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter in a GOP primary election on May 20. While not taken too seriously, the two fringe candidates, Brown and Bayes, were permitted to participate in the debate on Wednesday.
“A substantial portion of my political campaign is campaigning against political correctness,” the biker Brown said. “I’m about as politically correct as your proverbial turd in the punchbowl, and I’m proud of it.”
In his opening statement, Bayes bragged that he was arrested for homeschooling and that he had 77 descendants. He’s the curmudgeon.
Fulcher, the tea party candidate challenging Otter, considers himself to be the normal guy.
Watch the highlights, or the entire debate for a good laugh.
H/T – Raw Story
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