Facing a primary in the 2014 election, U.S. Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., appeared to be changing his stance on defunding Obamacare, doing a 180-degree turn on Friday by tweeting support for the House’s resolution gutting funding for the Affordable Care Act.
While that may sound like a good thing, others are not so sure about Graham’s intentions, according to these tweets:
And then there’s this:
In July, Graham said defunding Obamacare was “a bridge too far” for him, but it appears his primary opponents may actually make the incumbent listen to his constituents.
Graham, who is up for reelection in 2014, has already drawn three primary opponents.
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