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Saturday, May 01, 2021

GOP leaders may replace Cheney with a Republican

Because Democrats used to call her daddy Darth Vader, Liz Cheney must think she is Princess Leia. Her act is wearing thin, and congressional Republicans may dump her from her leadership position in favor of someone less full of herself.

Axios reported, "Top Republicans are turning on Rep. Liz Cheney, the party’s highest-ranking woman in Congress, with one conservative leader suggesting she could be ousted from her GOP post within a month."

In a rarity for what passes for journalism in DC, Axios named names.

The story said, "The comments by Reps. Steve Scalise, the minority whip, and Jim Banks, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, carry weight because of their close relationship with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) — who is openly feuding with Cheney."

She should have been shown the door when she voted to impeach President Donald John Trump. But Republicans are the cowardly lions in our Oz Along The Potomac.

Besides, her daddy is revered among the mendacious money men elected Republicans still show fealty to. The elected crew closes their eyes to the money these same benefactors shower on Democrats. The Koch Brothers may as well be the Kennedys now.

Dick's daughter wants to be a kingmaker. She declared Cruz cannot be the nominee in 2024 because he voted not to accept the tainted election results. Her actual words were, "I do think that some of our candidates who led the charge, particularly the senators who led the unconstitutional charge, not to certify the election, you know, in my view that’s disqualifying."

You know what is really disqualifying?

Voting to impeach your own party's president.

Banks said the biddy is not helping to regain the House next year.

He said, "That’s what we got out of Liz Cheney, which doesn’t help us remain focused on that single goal. Her lack of focus on that, while being focused on other things, and proving her point, was an unwelcome distraction.

"The sort of sideline distractions at the GOP retreat will only serve to hold us back from being focused on that nearly unanimous goal we have as a conference."

She ain't a team player.

Yesterday, I called Democrat Michigan state representative Jewell Jones an EP -- Entitled Princess -- for threatening state troopers with political retaliation when they arrested him for drunken driving.

That title fits Cheney. I hope the voters of Wyoming kick her out of office next year.

This year, Republicans should kick her out of the caucus.

I don't expect purity or blind loyalty. I do demand you stand by your party's president. If not, she should do what her father told Pat Leahy to do

32 comments:

  1. I have given up on the GOP. As I keep saying, I call the GOP "The GO Along To GET ALONG with the DEMS" party. They are untrustworthy. The Dems are, as Daffy Duck often said, "DethPicable!"

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    1. Typical Republican, "I sure hope we don't regain the House next year. It'll really screw things up. We'll have to boost our PR budgets to lie to our constituents about how hard we're trying to make things better. And why voting the right way is so difficult and complicated. And why now isn't the right time to push too hard." Listening to them without a barf bag handy isn't recommended.

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  2. yes, she voted to impeach. and yes, she is a POS who does not represent her constituents, but - the 'caucus' voted to certify the massively fraudulent election results.

    All I can say they're better than the dems because... please someone give a GOOD reason besides open borders.

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    1. Because unlike the Demonrats, SOME Republicans are not Globalists. So the task facing conservative Patriots is to primary out any Globalists lurking within the GOP's ranks.

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  3. The headline here is worth the price of admission.

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  4. "Voting to impeach your own party's president." That depends, IMO, on the president. If she was a Dem and voted to impeach Wilson for his Sedition Acts and violation of free speech, I would agree with her. But that wasn't the case, so she should have been expelled from the caucus. Both impeachments were on spacious grounds and worse than the one of Johnson.
    As to giving up on the GOP Sam L, work to get the spineless challenged. Remember the Dems ARE the cause of your problems; the GOP just MAY not resolve your problems. The Dem very, very white supremacists are in charge now and it will only get worse.

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    1. I voted for my GOP representative, and then she voted for the Democrat. I'm in a very rural county, down near the Mighty Columbia River.

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  5. The Whigs are hearing from the hustings and it ain't nice.

    This is where rebellion starts.

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  6. I see Mitt Romney got roundly booed at the Utah GOP convention. Liz would get the same treatment here in Wyoming.

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  7. The daughter of a Dick, could use the advice of a Dick...Hold on firmly and don't be anal!!! Don, hit that button!!!

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  8. Replace her with Marjorie Taylor Greene. That'll blow their minds.

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    1. She’s more of a sick than her father. I hope she gets schlonged, Dick.

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    2. Evil woman, Master of Lard. We can only hope her "camp" is penetrated by the most unsavory of agencies. Perhaps, Ron Jeremy or "bucket nuts" himself, Peter North!!! Don...Hit that button!!!

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    3. Evil woman, Master of Lard. We can only hope her "camp" is penetrated by the most unsavory of agencies. Perhaps, Ron Jeremy or "bucket nuts" himself, Peter North!!! Don...Hit that button!!!

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  9. It feels we're rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic

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  10. It feels we're rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic

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  11. Her self deemed entitlement is sickening. Having her attitude while representing a truly conservative state is suicidal.

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  12. We have to stop pretending the Republican leadership are cowards. This is not true. They are co- conspirators with the Democrats. They are openly hostile to their voters. They are our enemies and they intend to harm us by aiding the Communists in stripping us of our rights. To Hell with them. A vote for Mitch McConnell is a vote for Obama.

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    1. 100% correct! They are enablers of Democrat majorities. As I mentioned earlier, that's where the money is. Making America Great Again for one's fellow citizens just doesn't pay well. Republicans are an integral part of the entire DC shakedown. Their photographs should be hanging in the Post Office. As Bill says, a pox on their house.

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  13. Liz be a skank. Run her out.

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  14. It would be political suicide for the republican caucus to go into the 2022 election with Cheney still in leadership. A simple fact.

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    1. That’s why they’ll do it. The Republican caucus of each House is more than willing to sacrifice themselves to advance the Leftist agenda.

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    2. Each chamber, I should say.

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    3. Uni-party is a real thing.

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  16. The stupid party had its chance to oust her earlier this year and punted. I won't be holding my breath. Hopefully I'm wrong.

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  17. simple logic, do it now or pay bigly later

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  18. About the only honest republican out there. The rest are just like her but lie about it.

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