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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say it aint so...just when i thought i couldnt despise these two *self censored*bags, they open their glory holes and surprise me again...
and both will be easily re-elected again too...
They (and Obama) is keepin you safe Paul-nut.
If the gubment says you is a terrorist then if you love this country you will be happy to be sacrificed for it, drones away....
Man, I remember a few years back (under GWB) when talk radios was saying stuff like that rather than this liberty stuff (under Obama)
OK, so I read that Tunny showed up and spoke at the filibuster, as well as Ron Johnson, What about the rest of these “Dinner at Eight” politicians? Did any of them show up at the filibuster? Did McCain know in advance about Rand Paul’s plans to filibuster?
The White House homosexual and homosexual Lindsey have a mutual admiration society going on...they’re protecting “their own.”
Uber RINO Lindsey Ping
"Republican by day, Democrat by night."
Want on or off this ping list?
Just FReepmail me.
h/t to martin_fierro for the graphic
Graham and Obama like to play “ball” together.
Well now, that’s what I would have said, until I heard my Sen. toomey’s (whom I campaigned for) glowing account of the wonderful dinner and enlightening conversation at that dinner......
In the meanwhile, Sen Graham had a very bad day on Twitter..
I’m in South Carolina, I could tell you what he really is but I would be banned from FR.
Absolutely breathtaking how quickly these pseudo-conservative politicians turn their back on the people who elected them. The fact that Ayotte and Toomey are already drinking the RINO kool-aid is demoralizing. Both of these Senators had excellent conservative credentials. Even though the Tea Party backed a different candidate in Ayotte’s primary, she was backed by Sarah Palin who called her a “true conservative”. Her margin of victory makes it clear that she had tremendous support from the Tea Party and other small-c conservatives in the general election. Same goes for Toomey. But they’re both now kowtowing to the GOP Senate old guard and being idiot GOP props for Obama, similar to Chris Christie. Conservatives work so hard to elect someone that they believe is a genuine conservative and it seems like in at least half of those cases the people they supported immediately betray the trust.
Zero is right for the wrong reason. This is a positive development.
Freepers know that this battle has been going on for years. But not everyone knows that. Paul brought the battle out into the open.
The Tea Party gained credibility, even from the Left, and the credibility of the old guard was diminished. This will bring more people over to our side. We can elect more Tea Party candidates, and fewer Rovebots.
I have a somewhat different take on this meeting.
It was an educational outing. By smoozing with the President, those present can experience him up close. They can feel and absorb the mendacity that oozes from his every pore. Than parry the threats he certainly made.
The thing is there’s another two dozen “GOP” senators jealous that they weren’t on the list.
“...Guess Lindsey wanted to kiss and make up. He always had a thing for tall dark men....”
There may be more truth to that statement than you realize. Both of them go to extremes to hide their “gayness”. I dunno why they just don’t “come out” and admit they’re lovers.
I have also noted that David Vitter of LA is repeatedly absent from the vote on conservative issues now.
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