Lindsey Graham has become the first Republican member of the Senate to support Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan. In a much-anticipated step toward bipartisanship, Graham, who's from South Carolina, said today that he would back Kagan, according to the Huffington Post. His announcement comes just before the Senate Judiciary Committee (of which he's a member) gets ready to put Kagan's nomination on the Senate floor. Graham has made it clear that despite his opposition to President Obama and...Read Full Story
Is Republican Senator Lindsey Graham gay? That's what a guy named William Gheen, who's head of the conservative group Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC), seems to think. Gheen called for Graham to come out of the closet during a Tea Party rally this weekend. He said (via HuffingtonPost.com) that homosexuality is "a secret that Lindsey Graham has." He added, "Today I think Senator Graham, you need to come forward and tell people about your alternative lifestyle and your homosexuality...Read Full Story
Lindsey Graham (born July 9, 1955) is a Republican. He won reelection to the U.S. Senate against Democratic challenger Bob Conley.