Skip to comments.Graham challenger needs primary support
Posted on 11/21/2013 5:19:07 AM PST by cotton1706
Welcome to November 2013 and, for me, the beginning of the end for Sen. Lindsey Graham. Sen. Graham has left his conservative supporters unrepresented and disapproving of his actions. He no longer represents the principles of South Carolina Republicans. He supported arming al-Qaida, amnesty for illegals immigrants, NSA spying, Second Amendment restrictions, Obamas drone program, subordinating American sovereignty to the U.N., Obamas Supreme Court appointments, and criticized the South Carolina GOP for defending the Republican platform. The Greenville County GOP, the largest and most influential party in the state, joined others to officially censure Sen. Graham. Its time to lose Lindsey.
When we lose Lindsey, who should we elect? Sen. Lee Bright, a conservative Republican from the Spartanburg/Greenville area is my choice. Sen. Bright is the most conservative member of the S.C. Senate, and is not afraid to stand against Lindsey Graham. Sen. Bright has proven himself as a conservative, competent, engaged and energetic leader. The Republican Liberty Caucus has also endorsed Sen. Bright, and this is the first time a major national organization has backed a specific opponent of Graham. Sen. Bright stands for life, for the right to keep and bear arms, for fiscal responsibility and constitutionally limited government. He has a proven record and I have no doubt his past actions are an accurate predictor of what Lee Bright will do as a U.S. Senator. The time is right and the choice is clear; lose Lindsey and elect Bright.
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Make a Bright choice.
Senile CBS Bob Scheifer remarked many months ago on his show FTN:”No one is more conservative than Lindsey Graham is”
Well maybe no one who is a guest on your boring show is Bob you old fool.
Go for the looker.
(Yep, I know you already know that...) '-)
Good luck to Bright and the rest of you conservatives in SC!!
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