When it comes to driving, Idahoans are fed up.

As a political candidate in 1832 he bemoaned road conditions and also admitted nobody wanted to pay for new roads

The winter devastated state roads, but it also may have exposed some other much more long term issues with road repairs.  Late in the show today, I shared a quote from Abraham Lincoln.  As a political candidate in 1832, he bemoaned road conditions and also admitted nobody wanted to pay for new roads and bridges and repairs.  Not long after mentioning Lincoln and a grade of D+ recently issued for the nation’s roads, the telephone calls started rolling in.  You can hear the segment below.