If you write to Senator Lindsey Graham, even if it's just to sign a petition online, he will give you the red carpet treatment. You will receive, through the US Postal Service a letter on attractive letterhead stationery, telling you how important your letter is to him. Then he will tell you why your opinion does not make one bit of difference in how he is going to vote. And the best part of all this is, you pay for this service.
I'm not sure if this is better or worse than Senator Jim DeMint's response to your letters and emails, which is no response at all. However, before you are allowed to send him an email, you must give him your phone number, I imagine just in case he is totally impressed with your opinion and wants to give you a call. Actually, what I really think is that he pretty much wants to eliminate the riff-raff who don't own phones.
Now today I got an email from John Boehner, in response to an email I sent him. Unlike most other representatives, Boehner has to accept email from everyone in the country, because he is Speaker of the House. So if you go to his website, www.speaker.gov (no, really), and then scoot down to the bottom of the page, to send a message you will be able to let John Boehner know what you are thinking.
And he will reply.
I received an email from Speaker Boehner today, which was distinctive, not in that I read it, but in that it was written in a font that one would use to communicate with a first grader. He was quite warm and friendly in thanking me for writing and assuring me he really wanted me to keep in touch.
Sadly, I sent it to trash, and now only Google has a record of it, somewhere in cyberspace. Otherwise, I would have included it.
Since I can't show it to you, you'll just have to contact Speaker Boehner yourself. He will be delighted to hear from you, and I can assure you, he would love to hear your opinions.