A few weeks ago, the Constitution Party nominee for U.S. Senate in South Carolina, Bill Bledsoe, dropped out of the race and endorsed Republican Senator Lindsey Graham after polls and fundraising numbers showed Graham’s Democratic opponent, Jaime Harrison, gaining strength. Despite dropping out, Bledsoe remains on the ballot. He had polled at three percent in an internal Democratic poll before exiting the race.… Read more ...
Posted on the Constitution Party’s Facebook page July 26th:
Is it Perpetual War or Perpetual Peace?
SENATOR GRAHAM AND GOVERNOR CHRISTIE:
Darrell Castle talks about recent statements made by Senator Lindsey Graham and Governor Chris Christie. Castle was the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential candidate.
For Immediate Release: 06/11/13
South Carolina Libertarian Party
Victor Kocher, Chairman
Timothy Moultrie, Press Secretary
Hasn’t Lindsey Graham Learned Anything From History?
National news revolves around the NSA’s “legal” metadata mining and monitoring of telephone records of millions of innocent United States citizens. A much ignored sub-current in news is the parallel attack on the rights of citizens buried in the Senate revision of US immigration law.… Read more ...
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Here’s something you don’t hear very often: a prominent Republican’s policy position is too conservative for Alan Keyes. Speaking at a Tea Party Express-sponsored event in Washington this morning, Keyes said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is being irresponsible by suggesting, as he did recently, that the 14th Amendment may have been a bad idea.