Skip to comments.The GOP Case Against Lindsey Graham (a 29 charge indictment)
Posted on 07/14/2014 12:39:58 PM PDT by cotton1706
Whereas, it is the responsibility and right of this Executive Committee, and of all Republicans, to speak in support of, and to act in the defense of, the long-established and fundamental principles of the Republican party as contained in the South Carolina Republican Party Platform; and;
Whereas, when any official elected to any position as a Republican repeatedly acts in contravention of these principles, it is the duty of all South Carolina Republicans, including this body, to protect and defend these principles by stating publicly its disapproval of that officials actions, especially where the matters involved are fundamental and not open to reasonable dispute among those who are in good faith general agreement with the fundamental principles of the party platform; and;
Whereas, when any official continues to engage repeatedly in a course of conduct that violates fundamental principles of the South Carolina Republican Platform, even after such actions have been publicly called to his attention, it is the responsibility of all Republicans, including this body, to take such remedial measures as are reasonably available to them, always placing the interests of the People and our Principles ahead of any Party or Personal interests that may appear to be in temporary conflict with those interests; and;
Whereas, while entrusted with the office of Senator by the voters of South Carolina, Lindsey Graham has committed a long series of actions that we strongly disapprove of and hold to be fundamentally inconsistent with the principles of the South Carolina Republican Party, among which are the following:
1. Voted to confirm Obama radical appointment to Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection: In July of 2013, Senator Graham voted with the Democrats to confirm Richard Cordray, a noted leftist promoter of aggressive economic regulation, as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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All these are what made Linda Graham the GOP-e's "boy".
A little late for this, didn’t Graham win the primary?
“A little late for this, didnt Graham win the primary?”
My thoughts too.
Many of the enumerated offenses apply to too many Republicans.
So what are the options for the state’s voters this fall?
I detest the bride of McCain, but isn’t it rather strange that they can work this up against Graham for doing the GOPe’s bidding, but can’t work up anything against Obama?
After hearing of the “anal jihad” in Syria, Graham immediately booked a flight to the Mid East.
“bride of McCain” Hahahaha!
I've always suspect Graham of being "light in the loafers".
Yeah, well ... what’s the scumbag got in the polls ... 49%?
“1. To vote for Lindsey Graham”
“2. To NOT vote for Lindsey Graham”
“3. To vote for one of the other candidates.”
This doesn’t really tell me anything. What parties/candidates are to be on the ballot?
See post 14.
Also, another candidate is this one:
Get ‘er done!