One of those individuals is Attorney Bryan Smith, a candidate in Idaho's 2nd Congressional District. Mr. Smith flies into the race...and campaign events, revealing an instant shortcoming regarding ethics and a heavy does of extremist rhetoric and very little substance.
A Republican U.S. House candidate in Idaho has been flying to campaign and political events on a private airplane owned by one of his biggest supporters, even though federal law generally forbids prospective office holders from flying on non-commercial aircraft.Idaho State Journal
Now, this just isn't one of his golf buddies planes. This one happens to be owned by Phenix of Idaho, a construction company that receives millions of dollars from its contracts at sites such as Idaho National Labs. Doyle Beck (who founded Phenix) and his family have given Mr. Smith at least 13,000 in cash to Mr. Smith's campaign.
Mr. Smith, endorsed by Freedom Works and Club for Growth, has a website that consists of no in-depth analysis of issues, no solutions, just short "empty phrases" paragraphs that certainly do not indicate a deep thinker.
Another American hating Freedom Works patsy who thinks the rules do not apply to them. This Mr. Smith definitely does not belong in Washington.