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1 palomino  Wed, Dec 18, 2013 6:50:47pm

On what planet is John McCain a liberal? She’s actually invoking McCain as a bogeyman…a left wing bogeyman. Then again WY is so conservative maybe this kind of crap will work with their gop base. It’s not as if her current tactics are working, so she might as well try this kind of crap.

2 aagcobb  Wed, Dec 18, 2013 8:05:20pm

Some lies are too big for even GOP primary voters to swallow. Liz Cheney painting herself as a Washington outsider is one of them.

3 HappyWarrior  Wed, Dec 18, 2013 8:14:56pm

Liz, you’re the daughter of a former Vice President, minority leader, and defense secretary and served in the executive branch during your father’s vice presidency. You’re not an outsider so please stop with the bullshit. And lol at calling McCain a liberal. I think she’s going to fall flat on her face here even if Wyoming is a pretty conservative state.

4 majii  Wed, Dec 18, 2013 9:05:26pm

Liz and Papa Cheney are pissed because they thought that when she announced her candidacy, everyone and every RW organization would flock to assist her. I guess neither has thought about the fact that Liz would not be an asset to the GOP in the senate, which is already extremely dysfunctional due to GOP political malfeasance. Not for one minute do I believe that she is seeking the seat to be able to help the American people or the U.S. I also think she feels entitled to the seat because of her dad. I hope the people of WY tell her to pound sand next November. What we don’t need in Congress is the RW female version of Ted Cruz.

5 jvic  Thu, Dec 19, 2013 12:44:22pm

Liz Cheney’s career experience is as a State Department functionary. If I lived in a sparsely populated conservative Western state, that’s not exactly the background I’d seek out in a Senator.

In fact, it’s a reasonable question whether Cheney would have even gotten her State Department jobs without Daddy’s influence.

To some extent, power and influence will be passed on within families, but afaic the process has become excessive. The USA does not need a hereditary aristocracy.

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