Finished with a boring round of pretend-concern about flooded out constituents, none of whom support his run for president, That Lindsey ran off to get a TV fix, and supply some more Democratic Party ad copy for next fall:
“Guys on our side can never seemingly find agreement on anything,” the 2016 presidential contender said on Boston Herald Radio’s “Morning Meeting.” “I am quite frustrated with our party.
“I think people are going to realize we are making fools out of ourselves with this constant drama,” he added.
Graham's comments come after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) shocked Washington on Thursday by quitting the race to replace outgoing Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio). The decision from McCarthy, seen as the likely successor, just before a vote threw the party into disarray.
Graham slammed far-right ideologues in his party for the political turmoil.
“That’s what I hate about the conservative movement right now — we’re saying things that are just not possible to accomplish,” he said, citing calls to repeal ObamaCare and defund Planned Parenthood.