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Lindsey Graham: I’m not a big fan of the First Amendment during wartime

Memo to Tea Party: Please, please primary this jack#ss!

Background: A FL pastor burns some Korans.  The followers of “the religion of peace” react predictably: violence, murder, and outrageously outrageous outrage.  The FL pastor refuses to accept responsibility for the reaction of the Muslim world.

Video clip here, but the offensive quote from Graham is this:

I wish we could find some way to hold people accountable. Free speech is a great idea, but we’re in a war.

1.  The First Amendment isn’t an “idea”, you moron.  It’s a Constitutional right.  Google it sometime.

2.  Does anyone recall him threatening the Code Pinkos and the moonbatosphere during the last decade for using their First Amendment rights (however obnoxious the moonbats may be)?  I don’t.  But instead, he wants to threaten someone for ticking off the camelhumping jihadists of the Muslim world?

3.  Is this amnesty shill trying to say that our Constitution ceases to exist during war time?  As Allah asks, “Are we ‘at war’ only if troops are in the field? No Koran-burning, in other words, until the last U.S. serviceman has left Iraq and Afghanistan (and Libya)?”

The Tea Party certainly didn’t do America any favors with Sharron Angle in NV and Christine O’DoneNothingInMyLife in DE.  They did, however, do us a huge favor in KY with Rand Paul, in FL with Marco Rubio, and in UT with Mike Lee.  Certainly if they field a non-whackjob in SC, the reliably red SC will send a real Republican to the Senate.  If that happens, adios, Grahamnesty!

April 3, 2011 Posted by | Constitution, Lindsey Graham, religion of peace | 5 Comments