From The GOOD News File. Part One.

In early primary polling in South Carolina, things are looking bright.

The good folks of South Carolina are waking up to the FACT that McCain’s puppet, Lindsey Graham, is NO conservative. From  Always like GOOD news.


Lindsey Graham Polling Under 50 Percent in Primary, Could Face Runoff

It would be GREAT to see this asshat get the boot. C’mon, South Carolina, you CAN do it!!

            by             Matthew Boyle          8 Sep 2013, 1:56 PM PDT

Ten months out from his primary election against three different Tea Party candidates, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has dropped to below 50 percent in the polls, meaning he is particularly vulnerable to a runoff strategy conservatives have employed against him.

Graham received just 42 percent of support from likely South Carolina GOP voters in an Aug. 25 poll of 500 likely GOP voters conducted by Landmark Communications and Rosetta Stone Communications, reports.

“These numbers should be of concern to the Graham campaign. The senator fails to reach 50% of the vote against any of his opponents,” Rosetta Stone Communications president John Garst said. “Graham does not break 40% among voters who think of themselves as evangelistic conservatives, and that group makes up 58% of the primary electorate.”

Lnadmark Communications president Mark Rountree added that Graham “has developed a serious problem with male voters and conservative voters in particular.”

“His support among those demographic groups is weak,” Rountree said. “But worse for Senator Graham is that he currently does not even win an outright majority in a potential runoff primary election, despite the fact that his opponents are not even well known to the general public.”

As Breitbart News has reported, Graham’s three primary challengers—State Sen. Lee Bright, public relations executive and first female graduate of The Citadel Nancy Mace, and pro-life activist and businessman Richard Cash—aim to take Graham to a runoff after the primary next June. If Graham receives less than 50 percent of the vote in the primary, then the second-place candidate will go head-to-head with him in a runoff election a couple weeks later.

Currently, according to the new poll, that candidate who comes in second to Graham is Bright, who polls at 13 percent to Graham’s 42 percent. Mace comes in a close second to Bright with 10 percent, and Cash is not far behind with 7 percent. In total, this early in the race, 30 percent of South Carolina GOP voters oppose Graham. Bright and Mace got into the race within the past month, while Cash entered in April.

In reaction to the news of the poll, Bright told Breitbart News that the “years of promoting liberal policies are finally catching up with him.”

“Lindsey Graham’s record of promoting cap and trade, banker bailouts, liberal Supreme Court justices, and amnesty have driven a wedge between him and conservative voters in South Carolina, in spite of his relentless courtship of the mainstream media,” Bright said. “His ridiculous stance on Syria has especially alerted people to how out of touch Graham is with reality, leaving 60% of voters looking for an alternative.”

He added, “I’m proud to be the front-runner to replace Graham in this recent poll. I was the last candidate to enter this race and momentum is already on our side.”

Dustin Stockton of Western Representation PAC, who hosted an event on Monday in Spartanburg, South Carolina, with each of Graham’s three primary challengers, told Breitbart News it is becoming clear that South Carolinians disapprove of Graham’s performance in the U.S. Senate.

“After two successful trips to South Carolina talking to people about what Lindsey Graham stands for we are excited to see him slipping well below the 50% threshold that would force him into a runoff,” Stockton said in an email. “These numbers are credit to the local organizers in South Carolina who overwhelmingly reject his failed crony capitalism and Republican version of big government. We are committed to maintaining our presence in South Carolina assisting those great people who deserve better representation than Lindsey.”


The regular readers of  know we harbor no love for Graham.

His shameless pandering to the lamestream media, the being on the WRONG side of MOST issues we hold dear, to his annoying habit of being McCain’s, and by extension, Obama’s butt-boy on the major issues lead to where we are with him.

While unseating a long-established incumbent is an arduous task, I believe ANY of the seemingly fine challengers, by placing themselves on the RIGHT side of those same issues could put themselves into a position where the grassroots COULD get behind one of them to unseat the clown.

We already KNOW the RNC and the RSCC will most likely back Grahamnesty, so it will be up to those good folks in South Carolina, with help from US, to see to it the hierarchy’s desires are thwarted. With republicans like THIS in the Senate, we don’t need any more of THEM. Let him run as what he TRULY is. A liberal democrat.



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6 Responses to From The GOOD News File. Part One.

  1. Buck says:

    It will be fun to watch. Remember the lady who got the nod over the GOP heirarchy’s favorite son? The GOP refused to help fund her campaign. Wonder if they’d do that if Father McCain’s favorite altar boy gets bumped in the primaires??

    • Clyde says:

      Well, Buck, since the damnable RNC and RSCC are run by Priebus, and the cadre of clowns, NO conservative will get ANYTHING out of the asshats.

  2. Kathy says:

    Good stuff, Clyde. Graham should have spent more time listening to the people in SC and less time up McCain’s rear-end. This will be interesting to watch and I hope candidates in other states step forward to replace more of the stagnant congress critters.

    • Clyde says:

      Thanks, Kathy. Not only should Graham spend more time listening to his constituents, they ALL need to do that. Too many of them have rectal-cranitis.

  3. Mrs AL says:

    I hope the three other candidates don’t inadvertently give him the nomination due to fracturing of the votes. Maybe between the 3 of them could pre-empt a run off by agreeing that one runs and the other two go all out for him/her.

    • Clyde says:

      That would be the best outcome, Mrs. Al, no question. IF, and that’s a biggie, if getting rid of Grahamnesty is WORTH it, they’ll take your sage advice. Thanks for that POV.