Letter to Lindsey Graham

Dear Senator Graham:

I am neither a Republican nor a Conservative, and I disagree with you on a number of issues, including abortion.  But damn, do we need more guys like you in politics!  In truth, I would sooner see you in the White House than the Senate.

I was never particularly thrilled with Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, though I realized that we as a nation could do far worse.  Nevertheless, I and many others who felt the same have stood by him throughout these vicious, Neo-Stalinist attacks, and this point, I fear that failing to confirm Brett would present a crushing blow to the very framework of our society and the classical liberal values upon which it is based.  The Constitution is more than a piece of paper, and if it burns, so do we.

Brett Kavanaugh has become a symbol to all of us who are sick to death of being oppressed (yes, oppressed) by the Regressive Left and the Marxist-Feminists indoctrinating them on college campuses.  We are tired of their racism, their sexism, their caste system, and all the other forms of bigotry they have weaponized against us in their bid to seize power and convert America into the next soviet socialist republic.

That they scream the loudest, and that their screams are repackaged as “mainstream” by the left-wing media does not mean they speak for the majority of Americans.  Most of us are simply too intimidated to stand up to them for fear of losing our friends, our jobs, and our reputations.

Which is why it is imperative we find someone like you to represent us.

The only way to fight their evil ideas is to confront them with better ones.  Every inch you give in the name of “sensitivity” or “political correctness” is two more that they will take.  I was involved with radical feminism in my late teens, so I have seen firsthand where their agenda lies.  For a glimpse, you need look no further than Georgetown University’s Christine Fair.

Please keep fighting for Brett Kavanaugh, and please do not disregard my warnings about the Regressive Left.

Sincerely,

[me]

(a pro-choice atheist and disabled single mother who supports gay marriage)

I would just like to point out that supporting a Lindsey Graham presidential run would not be inconsistent with supporting abortion rights and gay marriage, as the President has zero Constitutional authority to overturn either.

Which is not to say that I would vote for Lindsey Graham while he remains complicit in the systematic persecution of doctors who treat pain.  Throw the abusers in prison for all I care (no, not really), but stay the fuck away from my healthcare.

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