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What Are McCain and Graham Thinking?

Brhurdle Wrote: Mar 10, 2013 11:41 AM
Given the many issues facing the Republican's struggle with the Democrats, why did McCain and Graham feel compelled to weigh in so vocally? It certainly has the appearance of being upset that Sen. Paul became the center of attention and shifted the focus away from their declarations and pronouncements. I genuinely believe it was more over professional jealousy and attempting to maintain power than an issue of principle. My respect for both McCain and Graham has been greatly eroded.

Let's be honest: Everyone knows McGraham will never see eye-to-eye with Rand Paul on a host of national security issues, from the proper threshold for US military intervention, to the expansiveness of executive powers in wartime.  Indeed, when their respective camps square off on any number of questions, I often (though not always) find myself on Team McGraham.  But as Katie described earlier, McCain and Graham's sneering performance on the Senate floor today was maddening to witness.  Case in point, this dumb infographic:
 


Spare us, Senator. You're...