Is Senator Lindsey Graham a socialist?
He supported the Bailout Bill which sent 700 billion taxpayer dollars
to wall street(as if Middle America could ever pay that and the 10 TRILLION US DEBT in their lifetime).
Instead of being the "Proud Conservative" he purports to be
he sides with the Socialist majority of the United States Government.
Instead of rejecting the Big Government/DaddyKnowsBest Democrat/Socialist Agenda he decided to leave the principles of the US Constitution which he SWORE TO PROTECT and sided with the Slave Owner/FederalReserveBank which is leading this once proud nation into a abyss of despair.
You might as well burn up the constitution Mr Graham
- DARLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Strangely enough, a Ron Paul supporter who used to be on the local Republican executive committee ran as a Democrat and took the primary to run against Graham next month. His name is Conley.
He is against the bailout, and all around better and MUCH more fiscally conservative than Graham, and the last polls I saw had him behind Graham but only in single digits - and that was BEFORE the bailout started to be discussed.
If I lived in South Carolina, I'd certainly vote for him against Graham. As a matter of fact, I donated to his campaign on general principles, even though I live in a different state. Graham just really needs to go, don't you think?
- baldreeLv 44 years ago
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