AP - Idaho Republicans have approved a motion giving Sen. John McGee a vote of no confidence following  a drunken driving incident but postponed indefinitely a resolution calling for the Senate majority caucus chairman to resign his leadership position.  The no-confidence motion approved by the Idaho GOP's state central committee on Saturday at its meeting in Moscow has no legal effect, but some members say it sends a message that they don't approve of what McGee did.  McGee, of Caldwell, on July 1 pleaded guilty to drunken driving on June 19, and in exchange prosecutors agreed to drop a felony stemming from him taking a SUV that didn't belong to him.   The Lewiston Tribune reports that committee members spent more time talking about the McGee resolution than any other single issue.