After voting for cloture, Lindsey Graham hits an all-time low

Lindsey Graham thinks you’re stupid - proudly brags about his valiant effort to defund Obamacare

By —— Bio and Archives--September 28, 2013

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Yesterday, 25 Senate Republicans stood shoulder to shoulder with their Democrat counterparts and helped the Continuing Budget Resolution pass cloture. Despite Ted Cruz’s efforts, and his warning that “a vote for cloture was a vote for Obamacare,” Lindsey Graham was eager to join hands and sing Cumbaya with his alleged Dem opponents.


With the help of people like Graham, the CR easily passed cloture, allowing Harry Reid to introduce an amendment restoring funding for Obamacare.  The amendment passed with a simple 51 vote majority.  This time, since his vote was now a meaningless gesture, Graham tried to hide by oh-so-bravely voting against the Dems.

Clearly, Graham thinks you’re either so dumb that you won’t notice what he did, or he thinks you’re just too stupid to understand it. There’s simply no other explanation for the shameless, bald-faced, crock of manure he’s been shoveling in the wake of his cloture vote.

Check out this reality-defying statement from his website:

“Today, I proudly voted to defund Obamacare, and I am proud that every Senate Republican has united in support of the House-passed defund Obamacare provision. I only wish that more Senate Democrats, many of whom were responsible for Obamacare’s passage into law, would have voted with us.

With Democrats in control of the Senate, we needed Democrats to join with the American people who want Obamacare stopped in its tracks. Based upon the Democrats unanimous votes in support of funding Obamacare, they must not have gotten the message.

I fought and voted against Obamacare in 2010. Since then, I have tried to stop the law’s implementation any way I can”

No.  He’s not kidding. He’s really trying to pretend that he’s been a leader in the effort to defund the ACA since the beginning.  After his initial statement, he took to Twitter, where he continued to outline his valiant effort to defund this train wreck of a law. 

His feed reads like the fever-dream ramblings of someone who’s either completely lost hold of reality, or is deeply frightened by the forthcoming consequences of his actions…


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