Foreman calls Moscow area ‘cesspool of liberalism’

NewImageIt’s hard to argue with him about this. 

The liberals in Moscow are crazier than any I dealt with in California for 15 years! 

Idaho 5th District legislative candidates express pro-life, pro-gun views at forum in Fernwood

Idaho 5th District Sen. Dan Foreman, R-Moscow, did not hold back his thoughts when speaking about Moscow area residents during a candidates forum Tuesday night at UpRiver Bible Church in Fernwood.

“Latah County, particularly the university, greater Moscow area, is a cesspool of liberalism,” Foreman said.

Some of the roughly 50 attendees inside the church applauded Foreman’s comments.
Foreman was joined by Hari Heath, R-Santa, and Terry Hardman, D-Sanders.

Foreman is facing a challenge from Marshall Comstock, R-Moscow, in the May primary election, and Hardman is facing Laurene Sorensen, D-Moscow, in a race for 5th District House Seat B, which is currently held by Caroline Nilsson Troy, R-Genesee. Heath is running against Bill Goesling, R-Moscow, for 5th District House Seat A, which is held by Margie Gannon, D-St. Maries.

All three present Tuesday expressed their opposition to abortion and support for the Second Amendment.

“Folks, we need to stop murdering unborn kids in America and in the United States,” Foreman said. “It’s immoral, and it’s just stupid, and it has to stop.”

He said the centerpiece of his legislative efforts has been pro-life legislation, which he said he attempted to introduce twice but could not even get the legislation into a committee.

If elected to another two-year term, Foreman said his anti-abortion campaign will be the cornerstone of his efforts once again.

Heath said he will be happy to work with Foreman on passing anti-abortion legislation if the two are elected.

“I’m your only pro-life candidate available in this particular race,” Heath said.

“Murder is a crime,” Heath added. “There’s no statute of limitations, and for good reason.”