Skip to comments.Liz Cheney Dropping Out of Primary
Posted on 01/05/2014 8:40:51 PM PST by BulletBobCo
First on CNN: Liz Cheney, whose bid to unseat Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi sparked a round of warfare in the Republican Party and even within her own family, is dropping out of the Senate primary, sources told CNN's John King.
Cheney, the eldest daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, began telling associates of her decision over the weekend and could make an announcement about the race as early as Monday.
I don’t view things quite that way.
Islam is an infectious disease which is every bit as determined to conquer the world as NAZIsm, far more successful at it, every bit as totalitarian and just as brutal in every aspect. Islam has murdered more people in the name of their “religion” than any other group of people in history.
Read what the Muslims did to fellow non-Muslim Arabs in Saudi Arabia; to people in North Africa, in the Balkans, southern Italy, the Iberian Peninsula; Zoroastrians in Iran; Hindus in India; and Buddhists in southeastern Asia. And this is not just past history. They are STILL doing it, and invading Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and North America as never before.
As for oil, they sell it to whoever they want to, for whatever they want to, when its in their advantage to so and then use that money to construct madrasshes and mosques and fund radical imams all over the world and bankroll terrorists.
I support anyone anywhere who either opposes Islam or makes life unpleasant for them.
The land in Israel is a small paradise of freedom, tolerance, and economic success in a massive backwater of Islamic anarchy, hatred and brutality. And its presence there is a constant reminder to Islamic rulers and their savage subjects of the failure of Islam. We should support them, the Copts, and every other group under assault by these savages.
If that weren't the case, she would've gone after Lindsey Graham or Mitch McConnell and attacked their backstabbing anti constitutional conservative views.
But why would she do that? She's most likely one of them.
Her stints on TV made a lot of us have a great deal of hope for her as a Candidate. But the choice of this seat and some of her views combined with what seemed to be Carpetbagging and a failed launch did not me want to send dollars to her period. Your right, it did add up to the same-ole' same-ole', at least that is my gut feel.
But why did she drop out??? Because she was going to lose? This is humiliating for her. She should have stuck it out and lost like a lady.
Always appreciate your posts. And usually agree with them. But if America is destined to regard the deviancy of homo-marriage as legally and morally the same equivalent as a husband-and-wife, I’d just as soon see the country lost. I’ll have zero interest in the preservation of the republic. Not hyperbole.
Hard to run to the right of a RINO when you are firmly to the RINO’S left.
I disagree... a progressive republican just failed at trying to become a TEA Party candidate during a republican primary. That is a win.
I suspect a lot more Republicans are going to look like that. I also think her dad felt the same way on all of those issues.
Check out Liz Cheney’s record in the ME while she was appointed to various positions under the Bush Administration.
On Trump, that motivated one of my better writings over his make believe run.
The Dream of a President kick butts Trump (or If only Trump ran.. )| 5/19/2011
If you're concerned about the degeneration of the culture and its political consequences, I see no reason to stop at homosexual marriage. I have posted for the record on this thread my repugnance to the practice but I am not prepared to abandon my country in despair over it nor am I prepared to compound a lost cause with lost elections.
“But why did she drop out??? “
Glancing elsewhere I saw her statements cites family health issues, but I didn’t read further, so I’m not sure what that’s about. I hate to sound cynical (and I certainly am not unsympathetic) but that may be an excuse.
I immediately saw it as an excuse. If I can’t be cynical and uncaring on FB, where can I be???
Well, if Senator Hruska, who never knew he was colorful, were still around, he could say, “Even placeholders deserve a little representation too”. Maybe Cheney bowed out after Big Al Simpson told her it was a hopeless venture.
You haven’t abandoned your country, your country (the people) have abandoned you.
Bush and Cheney are synonyms, but the Bushes may look down their ivory-tower noses at the Cheneys. Yet it was Cheney who held the GWB tenure together.
WY once had liberals in Congress, a Senator McGee and a Rep. Roncalio, but Big Al Simpson was the ultimate in RINOism.
Also isn’t the WY governor, Mead, a RINO? Just asking, not sure of that
Teton, the high property tax County.
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