We probably don’t need to change it. It never guaranteed what it has been attributed to guarantee in the first place.
I won’t characterize what Graham did differently. I will say that if I were in there I would take steps to get that aspect of the 14th amendment clarified or changed.
You advocate for what’s right, not popular. He should have followed through though, and you’re right on that issue.
If you look at Graham’s life, even right now, he simply isn’t in the same category as McCain.
Different strokes... no pun intended.
Grahamnesty is the biggest amnesty pusher in congress so there is no way that he wanted to change the constitution for that,
In fact he never mentioned it again and the media beat up on the GOP for weeks and never reported that it was Grahamnesty. He set them up. His whole goal was to get them to be afraid to oppose amnesty, as many of them are now.