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.
Well, that was pointless.
End of Cheney Circus ping 2!
The County in Wyo. where Cheney established residency is the only one to have gone majority 0bama.
Liz Cheney was early in her support for gay marriage and the homosexual agenda, including at the federal level and for the military.
She wanted DADT ended and rejoiced when it was, she was against DOMA, is against a constitutional amendment to save marriage, and supports gay marriage, and supports the State department move to the gay agenda.
After 46 years of life and politics, and being a member of the Romney campaign where she never expressed a pro-life belief, anywhere, she has also suddenly became strongly pro-life, just for this campaign.
This is a victory to stop the libertarian movement to an anti-social conservative GOP.
Good, glad that’s over with. It always made more sense for her to run in Virginia.
Not if you wanted to keep a real Tea Party candidate out of the race.
She was no Tea Party Conservative.
CNN website confirming...
Never made sense for her to run for this particular office. Enzi is pretty conservative.
What are you talking about? Liz Cheney is Establishment. This is a setback for entitled Establishment DC aristocracy thinking they can step on home-grown candidates like Enzi.
Wyo. must have a Cruz like pol somewhere in the State. Enzi has been in DC long enough (like many others).
Wrong. Both of them are Establishment Candidates.
Her brief entry was simply to scare off any real conservatives
from entering the race.
Another trick from a Rove.
Liz may be gone, but George P. stand solidly in TX!
Has anybody in the Cheney family served in the military? Just asking.
Levin supported Hatch too.
He regrets that decision greatly.
Just what we need. Another Bush, then another Clinton, then another Bush, then another Clinton.
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