Sen. Lindsey Graham Jokes “My Party Has Gone Batshit Crazy!”

Speaking at the Washington Press Club Foundation Dinner last night, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham got big laughs for some unexpected remarks.

Saying that Hillary Clinton is about to become president, Graham laid that at the feet of the GOP: “How could that be? My party has gone batshit crazy.”

On the severe dislike that members of the U.S. Senate have for Sen. Ted Cruz: “If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, nobody could convict you.”

Watch below:

Campaign Ad: A Republican Salute To Hillary Clinton

Current GOP nominees praise Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton.


Oh – of course, this was all before she began to run for prez.

How quickly they turn.

Very effective ad in that it literally uses their own words (Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and Donald Trump) from not long ago.


News Round-Up: September 25, 2015

Out bobsledder Simon Dunn

Some news stories you may have missed:

• Out bobsledder hunk Simon Dunn pens an essay about the time the 6’1′ 216 pound athlete was gay-bashed to the point of being hospitalized. Bu you know the saying – the best revenge is good living 🙂

• In the wake of Gov. Scott Walker dropping out of the GOP race for prez, guess who picked up the lion’s share of his support (not that there was a whole lot to begin with)?

• A young gay man, blamed by his mother for “spreading gayness” to his younger brother, steps up to adopt his bro rather than see him live in a home of hate.

• Conservative pundit Steve Deace calls Sen. Lindsey Graham “transgendered.”

• Did you hear the one where Donald Trump criticized Sen. Marco Rubio and got booed for it? It was a new experience for The Donald.

Donald Trump Reads Sen. Lindsey Graham’s Cell Number To Crowd

Speaking at a campaign event in South Carolina today, Donald Trump lashed out at few GOP presidential hopeful Sen. Lindsey Graham.

Saying that Graham “doesn’t seem as bright as Rick Perry,” Trump went on to read to the crowd what appeared to be Graham’s personal cell phone number.

Graham recently blasted The Donald for saying John McCain was not a war hero.

Graham’s campaign camp responded saying, “Trump continues to show hourly that he is ill-prepared to be commander in chief” and that the “two people most excited about Donald Trump’s candidacy are Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.”

UPDATE – Graham posted this to his Twitter account this afternoon:

News Round-Up: June 8, 2015

Some stories you may have missed:

• Caitlyn Jenner gets an invite to judge the Miss USA Pageant

• Ten years after ending it’s run, is there a reunion in the future for Showtime’s Queer As Folk?

• Pew Polling sees support for same-sex marriage at it’s highest point – 57% – in 20 years of polling on the subject.

• A former McKinney, Texas, police officer says his department has “a race problem.”

• Billy Graham’s anti-gay son wants haters to boycott gay-friendly companies.

• GOP presidential hopeful Lindsey Graham says he’d welcome Caitlyn Jenner’s vote. I’m betting he’d welcome anyone’s vote.

• In the afterglow of last night’s Tony Awards, here’s a glimpse into the Broadway Dreams Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing aspiring performing artists of all ages with mentorship, access and opportunity in order to fulfill their personal Broadway dreams.

HRC Reminds Us Of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s Terrible Record On LGBT Issues

With the announcement of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s 2016 bid for president, the Human Rights Campaign would like to remind you of his positions on LGBT issues.

And suffice to say, the news is NOT good. Check it out below.

By the way, I think it bears mentioning that unsubstantiated rumors have swirled for years that Graham may be a closeted gay man. I have no proof that the life-long bachelor is gay, but if so it would be the height of hypocrisy.

Sen. Lindsey Graham To Announce 2016 Bid For Prez Today

Either Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is finally coming out, or he’s announcing his run for the 2016 GOP nomination for president this morning.

Graham will bring the number of declared GOP candidates to eight. Rick Perry will make it nine later this week. Still to declare: Scott Wilson, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush.

With the addition of Graham, that will bring the total number of announced GOP candidates to eight.

Still waiting on expected announcements from former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Wilson, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

UPDATE: The AP has this clip from Graham’s announcement today. In his announcement, Graham says he has more national security experience than anyone else in the presidential race adding, “And that includes you, Hillary.”

He also threw this red meat to the followers, “I’ll be a voice for social conservative values without apology or animosity.”