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Senator Lindsay Graham to hold town hall meetings in Columbia & Charleston 13th & 14th

September 11, 2009

You’re invited to participate in a town hall meeting with Senator Lindsey Graham in Columbia this Sunday, September 13 and in Charleston this Monday, September 14. Senator Graham is proud to welcome special guest Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) to the town hall meeting in Charleston.

At both events Senator Graham will discuss the war on terror, health care reform, and other issues confronting our state and nation. The public is invited to attend, and questions will be taken from the audience.

Senator Lindsey Graham’s Midlands Town Hall Meeting

Sunday, September 13 at 2:00 p.m.
(Doors open to the public at 1:30 p.m.)

Carolina Coliseum at the University of South Carolina
701 Assembly Street
Columbia, South Carolina

A portion of the Coliseum will be used for the Town Hall, and attendees should enter through the Blossom Street Entrance.

University policy prohibits individuals from bringing signs and materials into the Coliseum.

Senator Lindsey Graham’s Lowcountry Town Hall Meeting with special guest Senator John McCain

Monday, September 14 at 9:00 a.m.
(Doors open to the public at 8:30 a.m.)

McAlister Field House at The Citadel
171 Moultrie Street
Charleston, South Carolina

University policy prohibits individuals from bringing signs and materials into the Field House.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. gloucesterontheditch permalink
    September 11, 2009 8:19 pm

    Unclean. There is just an institutional nastiness around RINOs. The GOP has suffered both of these posers far too long.

    To my view, McCain was a thrown election before it began. He never had a chance because he is simply not a Republican, not a conservative and his entire life has been of government.

    McCain was born on a Navy base, his father was Navy, as was his father’s father. McCain was USNA, and then he was in a Vietnamese government prison. He has never not been a government cash drain, kind of like Algore.

    Whatever McCain may mean to Arizona is up to them. I have no use for him and it really pissed me off that the only choices there were was him or nothing. I voted for him, out of anger and frustration.

    And Graham? I am so sorry about him. He did such a fine job as an impeachment manager for Clinton. But, he was all lawyer and could just as readily jumped sides of the table, whatever it took to keep him on the high side of the deal.

    You guys are lucky to have the only patriot in Congress to call Obama what he is. Jim Wilson has stepped up to become the man of the hour!


  2. October 4, 2009 8:38 am

    lindsey graham has done harm to his cause,and reputation by attacking beck. glen beck is right. the repubs have taken us closer to socialism,only slower than the dictator wannabe,obama. Americans would not have waken up,if not for obamas fasttrack push to radicalize the nation. graham was one of my favorites,but now i feel he may well be part of the problem.

  3. gloucesterontheditch permalink
    October 4, 2009 9:24 am

    Graham started off pretty good, his work on the Clinton impeachment was completely impressive, some very professional lawyering. But, time has taken its toll on him and all of us.

    Graham was probably just an opportunist, a man of the moment, taking a shot for his own embellishment without so much conviction to convict Clinton as was warranted.

    The very fact of the Senate failing to convict Clinton was demonstrable evidence of the insidious and pervasive culture of corruption in that group of anti-American scourge.

    To my view, Graham is a milquetoast, kowtow cabana boy to whatever whim or fancy will serve his own interest. If he really wanted to serve this country, he would work to establish term limits and then do the only honorable thing any elected person can do, serve the term and move on.


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