I blogged Friday that Lindsey Graham doesn’t have anything to worry about come Nov. ’08. Patricia commented on her hopes for a Graham replacement:
I would love to see Henry Jordan or Ted Adams in this race. Either of these guys would bring a whole new concept to this S.C. Senatorial seat as well as D.C., reverence for our Constitution, borders and personal integrity.
Adams ran as the Constitution Party candidate against Lindsey and the Republican party in 2002 (certainly an endearing quality) and Henry Jordan is best known for his take on religious diversity.
On May 13, 1997, the South Carolina State School Board met for a public meeting to discuss state endorsement of Ten Commandments displays in the state’s public schools. A debate ensued about the constitutionality of such a proposal, particularly as it relates to religious minorities. Henry Jordan said, “Screw the Buddhists and kill the Muslims, and put that in the minutes.”
Forget about it.