Sunday Talks: Liz Cheney Discusses GOPe Priorities…

Newly installed Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (U-DC) appears on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss how the GOPe can best infiltrate the MAGA agenda.

Ms. Cheney outlines how the ‘Prescott-Bush-Stapleton’ Wall Street coalition will openly embrace all of the Trump agenda initiatives because the GOPe are able to hide behind the minority shield once again. [Thus, the dance of the decepticons]

The professionally republican no longer have the power to promote the MAGA agenda, thus the GOPe evolve back into fully embracing border security etc.  It is predictable, albeit eye-opening for some, to watch them morph in real time.

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94 Responses to Sunday Talks: Liz Cheney Discusses GOPe Priorities…

  1. billrla says:

    Good grief, can we never get rid of the same old names and faces?

    Liked by 18 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      Time for Harry Whittington to take Liz hunting.

      Liked by 2 people

    • rainey says:

      As long as largest % of people ‘give’ their children to tax payer funded government “public indoctrination”, expect more of the same from the ‘widget’ factories.

      Liked by 5 people

    • singularZoe says:

      Bill, it’s really scary, because if I didn’t know better, which at one time I did Not, I would think Liz C. is rather attractive–I mean she presents herself so well, speaks so well. It is really dangerous–the fake ads about the new speaker and his fake border wall bill–it all really upsets me, especially when I remember how naïve I once was about the Bush’s, even when I new they were more liberal than I was and didn’t agree about spreading “democracy” through war and conquest.

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        • churchmouse says:

          Thank you, Sentient.

          I haven’t forgotten, which is why people here mentioning ‘read National Review, this is really good’ is so appalling.

          They must have missed this video and the accompanying article back in 2016.

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        • Marc says:

          “belittle a man, you lose him, you lose his son, and you lose your party.”

          True, but the sad thing is the GOPe admits they don’t want him or his son to represent their party. They want those “college educated, suburban white women” they’re always harping on about because that makes these SOBs feel better about themselves. Can’t be representing a bunch of white trash hicks from the boonies. That’s embarrassing when they go to those DC cocktail parties.

          The GOPe wants the same constituency as the Left. The malleable poor(illegals and their kids from south of the border) and the wealthy elite. The middle class is their enemy.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Well, it worked for them for years and years so it only makes sense for them to suddenly start telling us how “conservative” they are and how “next time” they’re really gonna get things done . . . Only ***this time*** they’re dealing with an entirely new conservative constituency—and we ain’t buying the BS! The cynicism in Liz Cheney’s presentation was so cloying it was hard to watch. Don’t pee on my leg and then try to tell me it’s raining!

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    • yy4u says:

      Billrla — Hillary was supposed to be the 2008 nominee (until BO came along). This would have meant Bush (1989-1993), Clinton (1993-2001), W. Bush (2001-2009) Hillary (2009-2017) then Jeb (2017-2024). And guess what? Jeb’s son (Prescott) and Chelsea Clinton both are interested in politics. SCARY.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      billrla, the House republicans have sat on their butts for years and now all of a sudden they realize they have to get a lot done by 12/7? And then wonder why democrats were elected to further destroy our Republic. Thank goodness we have the Senate and House republicans then turn around and give us McCarthy whom we didn’t want, and ignored Jordan, who we wanted. Can we believe they are capable of anything but being part of the 2 parties in 1?

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    • The shameless Cheney clan climbing aboard the Trump economy. And she’s in charge of party messaging? MAGA messaging? The swamp’s gurgling back up from every crevice.

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  2. MAGAbear says:

    I don’t watch these Sunday talk shows anymore, but did even one Republican guest bring up the “irregularities” in voting across the country? Like how it’s possible for Republicans to be winning with in person voting but lose 3 to 1 in mail in ballots and provisional ballots? Probably not.

    Liked by 10 people

    • feralcatsblog says:

      The democrats have a magic wand … in fact, several of them.

      Liked by 3 people

    • anniefannie says:

      With the mail in ratio I would bet early voting is in a similar category. That allows Vote early, vote often. No way to cross check states. No way to purge voter rolls. No way to eliminate non-eligible voters. Dimms have covered all the bases and we’re still in the locker room.

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      • MAGAbear says:

        And it’s a great way to rack up votes from people who would never show up at a poll to cast a vote. Just go into the public housing areas, register people, get them to sign their name on the mail in ballot and the dimm ballot harvester does the rest. That’s why in Florida so many signatures on the ballot didn’t match the signature on the envelope.

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      • yy4u says:

        This assumes the Repubs don’t want the Dems to win. I’m slowly reaching the conclusion that it is all smoke and mirrors, that the Globalist party has assigned the Democrats to be the permanent “rulers” and that Republicans are there to give the impression there is a second party so the natives don’t figure out what’s going on and do something stupid (like elect Ross Perot or Donald Trump) — sarc on the last sentence. In truth I think Perot scared the gooslins out of them. He had no chance running third party and still got 20% of the vote. That had to mean there was significant dissatisfaction “out there” in the way the country was going (into one world Globalism with a small ruling elite, no middle class and a huge underclass of serfs all enjoying the equality of having nothing and no power). POTUS threatens all that and that’s the reason BOTH parties are trying to destroy him.
        I have never had the admiration for a president I feel for Donald Trump. He is unique.

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        • Marc says:

          Bingo!
          It’s called controlled opposition and you witness it on cable news and in Congress every day. Fake ‘debates’ where both sides believe the same thing in the end but play it up for ratings and book sales. Congress Uniparty pretend to be for things they’re really against and the other side pretends they believe them. This is a tough redpill for some conservatives to swallow. That so many people they admired in the past were lying to them: Bushes, Ted Cruz, most of the upper echelon of the Military Industrial Complex and many more.

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        • Firefly says:

          The Republicans even preferred losing the house to make an example out of PTrump. The senate would impeach PTrump if they thought they could get away with it – ie if PTrumps popularity dropped.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “there was significant dissatisfaction “out there” in the way the country was going (into one world Globalism with a small ruling elite, no middle class and a huge underclass of serfs all enjoying the equality of having nothing and no power). ”

          This was the 50 year anniversary of the election of 1968. Earlier this year, C-SPAN ran some programs that focused on the advertisements and campaigns of all three candidates. We had relatives in Alabama and here in NY my father was one of the few people up here wearing a “Wallace for President” pin (I still have it around here. Somewhere.)

          Many of the cultural issues that we have today were also present back then, only not as severe. George Wallace was slandered by the MSM and the two uniparty candidates.

          “are there to give the impression there is a second party so the natives don’t figure out what’s going on and do something stupid (like elect Ross Perot or Donald Trump”

          Things today are much easier to see, with the Internet and the fake news Main Sewer Media not even trying to hide their bias today. Not too much talk about the “caravans”, the “Camp” fire, etc. today on FOX spews…..

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    • Mark L. says:

      I too have turned the MSM off. It is like nails on a chalk board. I guess the only thing worse are Rockefeller Republicans giving double talk.

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  3. feralcatsblog says:

    “thus the GOPe evolve back into fully embracing border security etc.”

    Well, that’s more than can be said for everyone, as some want it all to be just some sort of mickey mouse “training exercise”, especially those from the most spendy ($750 Billion/yr) federal government department..

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  4. medspec53 says:

    The Vichy GOPe gone be doin’ lots O’stuff to KAG. It’s like when they held majorities in the House and the Senate and dey wuz goin’ to reverse all the transformation Obama did. They sure talk a great game.

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      It may be unfortunate to note, but when it comes to our borders, as oppose to just about everyone else’s borders, we have an increasingly Vichy DODe.

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  5. Marshall says:

    At the Florida inaugural ball in January 2001, VP Cheney got the live band “Hail to the Chief” intro. GW got the recording.

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  6. feralcatsblog says:

    Attention passengers! Welcome to the GOPe. As you work your way through the current state of America, for your own safety please make sure that any inconvenient facts and associated criticisms are stored neatly within yourself. In other words, keep your seatbacks and personal opinions in the fully upright and locked position. We apologize if your dedicated GOPe Establishment U.S. Senators, U.S. House Representatives and their Pay Masters cannot respond to your every inquiry. They may merely be previously committed to representing other more lucrative interests more relevant to their own pocketbooks and their own position. And as always, have a nice day and think happy thoughts as because of the wonderful and caring GOPe establishment, you are safe and protected from any contrary opinions and all of your thinking is being done for you.

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  7. Judith says:

    GOPe hiding behind the minority shield that they took great pains to create? Check. Saw that one coming right from the start, pilgrim!

    An interesting twist, to me, is that POTUS apparently did not anticipate VOTER FRAUD as a way for these slithery snakes to reject his highly successful rallies in key states. Neither did I.

    I hope he blows them all out of the water now! I really see no reason for POTUS to hold his fire at this point. Man those torpedoes, Mr President! God speed!

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    • Rex70 says:

      I lay that at RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel’s feet; Trump can lead only so many charges up so many hills–and then SOMEONE has to have his back. Dem voter fraud in ANY election is a no-brainer; Trump busted his ass campaigning, but the RNC and others who are professional election advisers totally duffed these midterms. *facepalm* She and others in our side had better start getting on the 2020 game NOW.

      Seriously…does anyone think a Whittaker DOJ may prosecute any of the ramped midterm fraudsters??? A few prosecutions may alter their (the Dems) game a little bit…

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      • WSB says:

        If full throttle, and I will only believe it when I see it…it would alter the landscape drastically.

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      • MAGAbear says:

        I’d actually like to see Reince Prebius get back his RNC job from the ineffective Ronna McDaniel’s. Great, she raised alot of money, and blew it on the wrong races (20M to save Coffman and Comstock from what I’ve read). The money is only good when you spend it in the right places.

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        • Rex70 says:

          MAGAbear…great suggestion, but I wonder if ol’ Reince is available/interested AND if Ronna would step aside for the sake of party. Doubt it, but that change at the top would be an assuring one.

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          • churchmouse says:

            ‘if Ronna would step aside for the sake of party’ … She should be pushed aside, regardless of her uncle, Senator Romney.

            Who cares? She does not represent today’s Republican voters, nor Trump supporters (be they GOP, Democrat or Independent).

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            • Everywhereguy says:

              Have you looked at her bio? She was a very early Trump supporter, put in as RNC chair by Trump, and she has backed and promoted Trump agendas relentlessly.

              She pushed McSally to be more aggressive in the AZ postelection period, but McSally apparently decided to wait for McCain’s seat.

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        • wolfrom1 says:

          Here in MI, James lost a race that he could have won. Little money a late push and no rallies. Would have been a great Senator!

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    • drkate says:

      Just wait, the President anticipated and knew about voter fraud long ago.

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  8. Atticus "The Deplorable" says:

    Disappointing, but not unexpected.
    Hence, I’m an avowed Independent.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. 335blues says:

    Cheney is worthless. About the same as
    self proclaimed “conservative” Kevin McCarthy.
    I pray for President Trump and America
    every day.

    Liked by 13 people

  10. apfelcobbler says:

    Would so love to see Sarah Sanders in GOP hierarchy.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. azchick says:

    Same old stuff. Come on WY., don’t tell me you’ve been Californicated like AZ. We’re trying to bust the McCain machine. I guess you have to bust the Cheney Gang.

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  12. Jimmy Jack says:

    Last night we were discussing this phenomenon. DEMs will say that their plans are more popular, they’re the future bc they keep winning more and more elections with far left candidates. But in addition to the rampant election. theft that’s never discussed we elect Republicans on issues they say they’ll resolve but then never implement it or worse work against.

    The wall and immigration reform at great examples of this.

    It’s not that these ideas are unpopular with Americans. It’s that they’re cloaked by fraud and intentionally ignored by the GOPe and we’ve had no recourse. We should start recall efforts every time one of them makes a move to go against the agenda they were elected to carry out. Or something – anything. Any idea?

    We’ve got to put a stop to this and start the meme going that our political will is being stolen from us via fraud.

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    • WSB says:

      I would love to see a fifty state-wide audit. Immediately.

      Liked by 12 people

      • anniefannie says:

        While it’s going on I’ll watch them little devils skate in Hades. Heck, if they agreed to an audit, they would put “Dr.” Brenda Snipes in charge!

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      • starfcker says:

        WSB, the mistake would be to think we’re winning. If the corrupt uni-party power structure remains intact, they will blatantly take whatever they want in 2020. President Trump’s lack of a sheriff for the last 2 years is killing him. There’s a lot of moving parts right now, and all those moving parts are looking to run out the clock on the Trump Administration. This is the one scenario I never envisioned. A completely corrupted law enforcement mechanism and nobody willing to step up and be the new sheriff in town. This is a critical moment for our President. And this is a critical time for all of us. All we can do is watch now.

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        • I agree with you. The uni-party is just trying to get nothing accomplished and then wait for the 2020 election. By then the people who voted for Trump will probably not vote because we’ve learned that it does no good to do so. They will have taught us that voting for REAL change gets you nothing and even if you do vote then voter fraud will nullify your vote anyway. If no wall gets built and if voter fraud is not stopped then I will not participate in elections anymore.

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          • starfcker says:

            President Trump has to find a way to get his Department of Justice problem solved. Hopefully he’s ahead of the game already, but that’s just hope. Every horse we’ve bet on so far has failed spectacularly. Nothing else he does is going to create lasting change if he doesn’t get this problem solved.

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              Jeff Sessions will be a multi-millionaire soon.

              He accomplished his mission. Now he will get paid.

              He did nothing.
              Now he will get paid and not have to do any thing the rest of his life.

              Hey Jeff……..Screw you……..You screwed America

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          • elmo says:

            But that’s how we lose our REPUBLIC. we must never give up!

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          • louche9 says:

            Obama did not deliver on his oft-repeated campaign promise to shut down Guantanamo. There were no shovel-ready jobs; in fact, the year over year economic growth never topped 3% the entire 8 years of Obama’s presidency. Obama was going to create immigration reform. Obama was going to initiate “sensible” gun control. He escalated the Middle East war in Libya. “We’re going to ask the people at the top to pay a little bit more;” income equality continued to spiral. “”If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Oh yeah?

            With the lapdog press and both houses in his corner, Obama delivered very little of the “hope and change” he promised his voters, and they voted for him again, in droves, anyway. Because the alternative was Bain Capital hedge fund jobs destroyer, Mitt Romney.

            Dems didn’t sit it out because every campaign promise was not delivered, and neither should we.

            Trump is not only fighting the opposition MSM and the Dems, but his own GOPe. All he has is us.

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          • vVV says:

            ^this, i’m done with voting as well. Let me know when the shooting starts and I’ll get re-engaged.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “There’s a lot of moving parts right now, and all those moving parts are looking to run out the clock on the Trump Administration.”

          That is their game plan. The globalists are just looking at this as a 4 or 8 year delay, then everything can go back to “business as usual”.

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  13. Bubby says:

    The Republicans need to make a clean break from all the GOPe globalists i.e. Bushes, Cheney’s, Romney’s, McCains any and all sons, brothers, daughters, nephews, nieces, namesakes, distant relatives in any Republican leadership positions local, state or Federal! IMHO! President Trump is remaking the party into one that represents WTP and not the euroweanies. President Trump has shown how little the previous Presidents since Reagan have done that actually benefited the country and it ain’t much!

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  14. jmuniz1 says:

    Shes full of it our President will put Pelosi as speaker because he has a lot on her anyone on this site knows it. Our President tweeted that he will make sure that Pelosi is speaker even if She needs Republican votes. Paul Ryan sucked. The lie about Suburban women coming bact to the GOP wont work. They love our President we lost the house because the dems stole seats and nevertrumpers either retired or lost because they did not represent his agenda. Cheney lies good but she did endorse our President. People think with there wallets. I have registered more republicans from the democrat party in the last 2 years than ever in my life time. We need to foucus on indipendant voters.

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    • churchmouse says:

      ‘The lie about Suburban women coming back to the GOP wont work.’ The way I read it was that they drifted from the GOP two weeks ago on election day.

      The lefty plan is working: single moms politically adrift.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Considering their average age and thus the worthless education most of them have received, it’s safe to say that, as a demographic, “single moms” are not much better than any other palms-up gimme gimme demographic that exists.

        Put it simply, single moms obviously want taxpayers to pay for the single moms’ mistakes both in choice of male mate (losers) and in their careless conception of children with those losers. That’s why they vote for the Santa Claus Party.

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  15. jmuniz1 says:

    Shes full of it our President will put Pelosi as speaker because he has a lot on her anyone on this site knows it. Our President tweeted that he will make sure that Pelosi is speaker even if She needs Republican votes. Paul Ryan sucked. The lie about Suburban women coming bact to the GOP wont work. They love our President we lost the house because the dems stole seats and nevertrumpers either retired or lost because they did not represent his agenda. Cheney lies good but she did endorse our President. People think with there wallets. I have registered more republicans from the democrat party in the last 2 years than ever in my life time. We need to foucus on indipendant voters.

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  16. jmuniz1 says:

    Shes full of it our President will put Pelosi as speaker because he has a lot on her anyone on this site knows it. Our President tweeted that he will make sure that Pelosi is speaker even if She needs Republican votes. Paul Ryan sucked. The lie about Suburban women coming bact to the GOP wont work. They love our President we lost the house because the dems stole seats and nevertrumpers either retired or lost because they did not represent his agenda. Cheney lies good but she did endorse our President. People think with there wallets. I have registered more republicans from the democrat party in the last 2 years than ever in my life time. We need to foucus on indipendant voters.

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    • Mark L. says:

      POTUS is such fun to watch. The Dems don’t know how to respond. And Pelosi laps it up. He could do one better by recommending Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez.

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  17. Q&A says:

    What the heck happened to Liz Cheney? She used to be semi-cute not too long ago, but she’s dowdy grandma now.

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  18. winky says:

    Where in the hell did she slither out of and how did she get that position. Is she a spy in there

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  19. I can’t listen to her. I hated Cheney and I don’t like her…what she has to say is of no interest to me…just blah blah blah.

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  20. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    “Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (U-DC)”

    (U-DC) … would be … Uniparty – District of Columbia

    From that starting point everything she says is predictable.

    Washington womp rats seem to be everywhere.

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  21. KAY123 says:

    I’m so sick of this uniparty sharade they keep
    calling democracy in our republic country….
    Accckkk….spit! Who cares??? We have lost our
    country to a lawless- mehican- free -for -all..!!

    How can the Communist MSM, Chris Wallaces, Jane Fonda,
    Barb Strisands, conservative haters..Trump haters,
    actually support communist ideals ?

    What does Communist – Globalist rule….government do for them??

    Let them go live in Saudia Arabia…. under Sharia -law, under suppression
    and beheadings. Go ahead and bow down, co-mingle with people who
    uill kill you for no reason and cut you up while you are still alive if they
    don’t like what you say.
    Why? Because they can. They already own you….you just
    don’t feel the burn yet….
    The country with all the gold makes the rules…..right?
    Leftist idiots are first to die in their gay high heels, their poo-say hats,
    their woman-less entertainment, no travel rules, kidnapping and
    holding your children hostage, and cutting your little daughters mercilessly.
    Oh yea…..such a nice place to live and die.

    Go ahead….go there for a MINIMUM OF 20 years….. then tell me how much you
    love their freedom. So why do you want that here in US?

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  22. jus wundrin says:

    This is my congresstype.

    Name recognition is big out here, and you will find that all three of our federal uniparty types are cut from the same cloth. She has a better than average voting record on immigration issues, but thats about it. For a state with a smaller population, she is historically a no show at campaign events preferring the DC swamp. If you support coal, ag and ranching, and have a heartbeat, you can win here. I voted for the constitutional candidate for the general over liz.

    Cynthia Lummis bucked the swamp, and lost her committee seats because she was a threat to teary eyed boehner. Out of frustration, and lack of fellow repub support, she retired. Enzi doesnt plan on running again, so hopefully our state can elect a fighter to the senate next time. Im afraid WY is becoming a red island in a blue sea.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Hiya Wundrin. I lived in Wyoming and my sister’s family is native Wyo. Love the place! One cool job I had was on a core-sample crew mapping that big surface coal mine you have south of Gillette.

      It’s been days and I haven’t gotten over that list you posted. I think it has the seeds for a conservative primary election revolt in it for 2020. Your list, writ large across the US, would resonate with the public and might be just the right red line to discriminate between the U-DC incumbents and the MAGA Reps we will send to Congress.

      Sundance is saying the Repugs just had to lose the House in order for the R’s to come out in favor of conservative goals and actions. Tricky bastards. If you don’t stand with Jim Jordan then you’re expendable.

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  23. technerd55 says:

    The GOPe is not interested in taking back the house anytime soon. The current leadership line up is there to prevent it.

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  24. notunderwhelmed says:

    Liz Cheney — another member of an American dynasty. And so it goes— on and on and on…..
    Let’s fund another war, sprinkle tax payer $ here and there, a little pay for play to stuff in the dynasty coffers. And it goes — on and on and on ……

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  25. 335blues says:

    I would like to see a 50 state push
    for voter ID right away.

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    • zorrorides says:

      335blues, right on. The citizenship / green card verification to confirm eVerify (employment eligibility) could be converted to support VoterID. Then residence proof and precinct polling place can be added. Mix in new laws with penalties for those who commit any kind of voting fraud and suddenly Conservative America is back in the game.

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  26. I’ll take what she says with a pinch of salt. She is bound to be just as useless and ineffective as her predecessors. It’s time for them to elect real fighters who aren’t afraid to get down and dirty and take on the Dems at their own game in the gutters.

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  27. Tripp Fields says:

    Attention Treepers!!!

    There’s an article that I wrote specifically for you guys here on the CTH thread that I will post on the open thread section hopefully this week that dovetails with this very issue about the GOP establishment decepticons trying to hijack and control the conservative grass roots.

    The whole historical claim about the Civil War being the time when Republicans took away the slaves from the Democrats that is being propagated by certain conservative media outlets is nothing more than left wing fake history with a GOP establishment spin being put on it just like the claim that the US Chamber of Commerce is a conservative organization. The GOP establishment together with the Left want the facts covered that the American Civil War was not where noble abolitionist Republicans rescued the slaves from evil racist Democrats but rather when the American Left invaded and destroyed the homeland of the American Christian Right, looted and plundered everything that they had, murderded 700,000 Americans including women and children, and illegally forced them back into the union and under their control because they lawfully seceded because they wanted nothing to do with them when the won the White House and took over Congress.

    The GOP establishment wants you to believe that the Republican Party has always been Right and the Democrats have always been Left so they can define conservativism as being a loyal Republican instead of being for constitutional small government and individual liberty (Conservative = Republican) so they can control what the conservative movement thinks and control them. For instance, if the Establishment decides they want single payer socialized healthcare, then they can pound out the message that single payer is a conservative position because the Republican Party wants it and have their media conservative paid shills hammer the message about how conservative single payer is and that you’re not being a good conservative unless you support single payer.

    This is the way that the Establishment can try to maintain control over the conservative base.

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  28. Petrel says:

    That Cheney daughter has acquired former-Speaker Boehner’s expression — dead face, dead eyes — as she mouths “conservative” phrases that mean nothing to her personally.

    Then again, while she never mentions President Trump’s magnificent achievement of encouraging the growth of great jobs for our blue collar and middle class, here she commits to boost defense spending.

    Spending five times as much as Russia and China combined, she will bomb other people’s homes abroad as a substitute for rebuilding a real US economy here. Meanwhile a trashed and lonely President Trump, campaigning tirelessly for equitable free trade, on behalf of Americans, Mexicans and Canadians, is rebuilding the US economy with no assistance from the GOPe.

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  29. Retired IG says:

    Thank you Treeper’s for your comments re the Cheney clan. So good to read you are not enthusiastic. I’m going to have to figure out for myself how to get over my ANGER over the name Cheney. In 1983, my sister died from cancer (mesothelioma) caused by asbestos. Long before the internet was even invented I spent countless months at the University of Virginia Library researching this toxic substance.
    The Cheney name is pox on humans. At least for me.
    Not funny, but IRONIC, Bayer purchases Monsanto just as the shit starts hitting the fan re Round UP. History repeats itself.
    Look at what Dick Cheney did selling his holdings that involved asbestos:.
    Halliburton Pays Dearly but Finally Escapes Cheney’s Asbestos Mess
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64535-2005Jan10.html?noredirect=on
    Father DICK paid Halliburton them back with all of the no bid contracts awarded to them re Serbia and Iraq. So the name Cheney does not sit well with me.

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    • Tripp Fields says:

      Good God. You lost your sister to cancer? I can can’t imagine how horrible that is. May God bless you and your family and give you strength.

      As for the sick globalists who don’t care who lives or dies on their whim, the fight against them must never cease. I don’t even watch Fox News anymore because I don’t consider them much better than the other networks. I get my news off of the internet at sites like CTH.

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      • Retired IG says:

        Thank You Trip Fields – its a miixed bag with my family around the holidays, sister Cindy who passed could not stand them. But truth be told, no a one of us gets our of here alive.

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  30. PVCDroid says:

    They are phony but they do know Republican constituents are sick of their games. I guarantee for this last election they got an earful from constituents demanding they support Trump or else.

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  31. Retired IG says:

    I think if I were to watch this movie in a theater I require a VERY LARGE BARF
    BAG/
    VICE
    https://www.movieinsider.com/m14919/vice

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