Skip to comments.Stunner. Lindsey Graham Organized GOP Dinner With Obama Last Night (Video)
Posted on 03/07/2013 7:24:03 AM PST by yoe
When Barack Obama wanted to organize a dinner with Republican Senators he knew just who to call Senator Lindsey (Tell the Bigots to Shut Up) Graham. Last night Lindsey and twelve other Republicans went to dinner with Barack Obama in an attempt to make the far left president look bipartisan.
Lindsey spoke with reporters after the dinner. So when the president asked to get together a group, I was willing and honored to do that. Video:
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I always suspected that about him. What did he choose for the centerpiece?
Who were the other twelve?
I heard Graham say that Rand Paul was on the wrong side of the drone issue.
Which one asked, “Master, who is the greatest among us?”
In addition to John McCain,
“Also dining Wednesday evening, according to the White House, were Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, Bob Corker of Tennessee, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, John Hoeven of North Dakota, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Mike Johanns of Nebraska, and Dan Coats of Indiana.”
This is the question that every person nominated to a cabinet position, as well as every member of Congress should be required to respond to in writing, and publish for all to see:
List 10 things the current regime could NEVER do, the legal rationalizations that would be used to attempt them, and the specific names of the people with the ability and willingness to stop them if they tried those things TODAY.
“I heard Graham say that Rand Paul was on the wrong side of the drone issue.”
Graham was all hot and bothered on torture. He held up Bush nominees just to get some memo that Kennedy wanted.
But of course, just killing somebody is just fine. Graham: pretend drowning, unconsionable! Drone strike resulting in death, well that’s ok!
Graham and McCain are basically the administration’s boys in the senate. They are “extra democrats”
Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee
Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire
Senator John McCain of Arizona
Senator Dan Coats of Indiana
Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma
Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina
Senator Mike Johanns of Nebraska
Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania
Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin
Senator John Hoeven of North Dakota
Senator Saxby Chambliss of Georgia
What a monumental waste of time. Obama is the head Democrat leading the mantra “All spending good, all cuts bad....All spending good, all cuts bad.” Its a safe bet Obama didn’t order pork. The pigs back on the Democrat farm would really hate that.
offtopic - So is Graham
Saruman or the Witch-King of Ringwraiths?
You don't walk when you're wearing a pair of signature Nina Burleighs like Graham does.
Did they at least support Rand Paul yesterday? Or are we seeing the Republican party split in two?... which is what the President wants.
Well, let's see. There would've been Phillip, Bartholomew, Matthew the tax collector, James son of Zebedee....oh, wait....I'm thinking of a differnt dinner with a different messiah.
Don’t draw any conclusions about the folks on that list just because they attended this dinner.
The only reassuring thing is that Obama went stupid with his request: “Hey guys, could you cancel the sequester (that you won) in exchange for some massive tax increases?”
Even the biggest RINO would respond, “ARE YOU F#$%ING KIDDING ME?”
The controllers had dinner together last night - the others were filibustering. "Republican" has never really been synonymous with "liberty", but in the past the GOP at least had somewhat greater respect for traditions and the Constitution than the Democrats did. That's gone now, and the old labels no longer work as shortcuts for critical thinkers.
This is the reason we have a divide in the party. We have these cheerleading fools that want to be leaders that can’t say no to the clown in chief. They need to be replaced with some real conservatives.
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