(Associated Posers) CHARLESTON, SC – South Carolina Senator Lindsay “Low-Hand” Graham announced today that he will run for re-election as a woman. Comparing himself to Margaret Thatcher and Evita Peron to be defiant n the face of a growing number of Republican Party challengers.
“Nancy Mace ain't all that” Lindsay Graham said with a snap “She won't be the only wo-man in this race!”
With news that Nancy Mace, Richard Cash and likely Libertarian State Senator Lee Bright will be challenging him in the GOP primary, it could become a struggle for the nomination, for a seat he has held since 2003. Some observers saying that Lindsay Graham coming out as a woman in a mans body was a “weak attempt to gather around 8 possible votes in the state”.
"I’m going to keep being a social and fiscal squishy that focuses on our national security, takes care of our incest... I mean our interests at home, like the Port of Charleston – blatant shout-out, working with my state officials and be a real classy woman like Sandra Fluke who will lap dance with a Tip O’Neill to solve America’s problems," Graham said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union."
“That's the future of the Republican Party”