Flashback March 2010:
What a busy little “bipartisan” bee Lindsey Grahamnesty has been lately.
He’s holding hands with John Kerry to push carbon caps and unrepentant global warming cultism.
He’s collaborating with the White House to close down Gitmo.
Here he goes again:
Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) have rekindled their alliance on immigration reform, taking some early steps to test the political will for addressing the contentious issue this year.
Their call list hasn’t focused so much on House and Senate members who’ve been reliable pro-immigration votes in the past. Instead, they’re looking to a strange-bedfellows mix of conservative and liberal constituencies that can provide a “safety net” of support, as Graham put it, once the issue heats up.
“It’s in the infant stage,” Graham told POLITICO. “I don’t know what the political appetite is to do something.”
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