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Lindsey Graham

Postby Norm » Sat Feb 02, 2008 3:52 pm

Lindsey Graham had a choice:

A) Campaign for following the gospel and its unifying power among believers and impact on the world, or

B) Campaign for a Republican presidential contender.

Lindsey felt the heat.

To the NBC Skeptics that predicted a Democratic Pep Rally: who made the political choice?

But before we run him up the flag pole, we have all felt the heat, before, too. He now joins us.

If there is another NBC, he will be welcomed. Hopefully, he will attend.
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Re: Lindsey Graham

Postby Stephen Fox » Sat Feb 02, 2008 3:55 pm

Do google up Return of the Nativist in December New Yorker and read that. Ryan Lizza

Most likely you will join Sen Grassley's staff if youread this weekend.

Graham spoke out when it mattered with Bill Rauch in the chapter Principles in Rauch's book Politikin.

With you I would like to be in a spiritted breakout with Graham soon; maybe we could focus on the Land/Rove Era

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It was Daniel Carro and Wilson's sentiment in Welcoming Stranger breakout-- a little to my chagrin though they may be right, I'm still thinking about it--the Presidential positiion on immigration doesn't matter. It must be a groundup crusade. I differ but they are more articulate than I am.

Somebody I talked to in Atlanta; and I honestly can't remember, had been in a conference call with McCain recently and the conversation came to a consensus ultimately the struggle had to be in the House and Senate on Immigration, in the end a President was a bit player.
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Re: Lindsey Graham

Postby Haruo » Sat Feb 02, 2008 6:02 pm

Norm wrote:Lindsey Graham had a choice:

A) Campaign for following the gospel and its unifying power among believers and impact on the world, or

B) Campaign for a Republican presidential contender.

Lindsey felt the heat.

To the NBC Skeptics that predicted a Democratic Pep Rally: who made the political choice?

But before we run him up the flag pole, we have all felt the heat, before, too. He now joins us.

If there is another NBC, he will be welcomed. Hopefully, he will attend.

Sen. Grassley was there and spoke.

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Re: Lindsey Graham

Postby Norm » Sat Feb 02, 2008 9:03 pm

Haruo wrote:
Norm wrote:Lindsey Graham had a choice:

A) Campaign for following the gospel and its unifying power among believers and impact on the world, or

B) Campaign for a Republican presidential contender.

Lindsey felt the heat.

To the NBC Skeptics that predicted a Democratic Pep Rally: who made the political choice?

But before we run him up the flag pole, we have all felt the heat, before, too. He now joins us.

If there is another NBC, he will be welcomed. Hopefully, he will attend.

Sen. Grassley was there and spoke.

Haruo


He was. And did, indeed.
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Re: Lindsey Graham

Postby Norm » Sun Feb 03, 2008 5:21 pm

Timothy Bonney wrote:And as an Iowan, I'm proud that Senator Grassley came!


I understand, and to his credit. Given I live in South Carolina, you can understand my disappointment.
Norm
 

Where

Postby Stephen Fox » Mon Feb 04, 2008 7:57 pm

in South Carolina?

Have you read the New Yorker piece yet, an easy google??
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Lindsey Graham

Postby Prentice Fox » Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:01 pm

His best days as a Politician are over now. He must campaign hard for John McCain if he wants to stay alive. He needs to get off that South Carolina Picket Fence, and "Get On The Stump" for John. He could start on the Campus of Bob Jones University, or go next door to Furman U. Maybe Norm could do an ecumenical approach here and introduce his Christian Brother to his Gamecock Congregation. If he can't, than maybe Frank Page will!!
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