Graham offers a compromise

November 8, 2012

At Seneca this afternoon, Senator Lindsey Graham, a Walhalla Rotary Club member, said the federal government would be a lot better off if it applied the 4-way test motto of the service organization. Two days after his party lost a second straight try for the Presidency gave the Seneca Rotary Club his views on how his party needs to change, how bi-partisanship can avoid a government financial crisis, what to do about illegal immigration, and the disaster that could accompany Iran gaining a nuclear weapon. About the country’s entitlement programs and their ability to survive, Graham, who is 57, used himself as an example of someone capable of contributing more. Graham said compromise is needed.

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