We were among the first to call out 2016 Presidential candidate Lindsey Graham (R-SC) for ignorant remarks about Arabs and we will be the first to recognize when he says the right thing. At a campaign stop over the holiday weekend, an Iowa voter asked the Senator about outlawing Islam as a way of dealing with ISIL. Graham cut off the questioner to say "I'm not your candidate," and "I don't want you to vote for me. I couldn't disagree with your more." It's refreshing to hear a ridiculous remark addressed with a sensible answer. With offensive comments from several candidates on a range of issues, we hope Graham's response, along with fellow candidate Chris Christie's previous remarks, help set a more constructive tone for the rest of the Presidential race. It should be clear that the policy suggested by the Iowa voter has no place in the U.S.