There are less than two weeks to go before Wyoming’s Republican primary, pitting incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney, of Jan. 6 Committee fame, against challenger Harriet Hageman. There’s never much polling in House races, but there was one big one in Wyoming three weeks ago, and it was terrible for Cheney.

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  1. Arahant Member
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    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

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  2. Columbo Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

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  3. Theodoric of Freiberg Member
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

    You’re kidding, right?

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  4. Columbo Member
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    Theodoric of Freiberg (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

    You’re kidding, right?

    Refute away. Prove me wrong Theodoric.

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  5. Columbo Member
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Theodoric of Freiberg (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

    You’re kidding, right?

    Refute away. Prove me wrong Theodoric.

    What Wyoming really thinks of puppet Liz Cheney … [link]

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  6. Columbo Member
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Theodoric of Freiberg (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

    You’re kidding, right?

    Refute away. Prove me wrong Theodoric.

    I thought so.

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  7. Taras Coolidge
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    Columbo (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Theodoric of Freiberg (View Comment):

    Columbo (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    Ya mean ignoring constituents is a bad thing?

    Liz Cheney knew exactly what she was doing, and that there would be consequences back home. She personally chose to be a darling in D.C. and toast of the national media as Nancy/Chuck’s token Republican (sic) on the J6 Show Trial (Clown Show Part III), knowing full well that her constituents back home in Wyoming would not like that performance from their Senator and that she wouldn’t get elected as a dog-catcher back home any longer. She selfishly (not fearlessly, what a crock!) decided that her moment of D.C/media fame was worth losing her House seat. She did this to herself. President Donald J. Trump had nothing to do with it. Payback is a bitch, eh Liz?

    You’re kidding, right?

    Refute away. Prove me wrong Theodoric.

    What Wyoming really thinks of puppet Liz Cheney … [link]

    Excellent, liberal’s-eye view from the Bezos Post.   My favorite part is when the reporter investigates the one and only “Biden” sign he sees in Wyoming.

    Of course, liberals don’t understand how it comes across when they robotically repeat the mantra, “Trump’s false charges”.  It reminds me of the way writers in the old Soviet Union had to give credit to “Marxist-Leninist thought” on everything they wrote:  an act of faith, as it were.

    Theodoric (assuming you haven’t run away yet):  The creepiest part of Liz Cheney‘s performance on the January 6 committee was how slavishly she stuck to the Democratic party line.

    She could have served on the committee, yet come out of it smelling like a rose, if she had (for example) looked into the death of Ashli Babbitt.

    Of course, if she had done that, then Nancy Pelosi might have had her thrown off the committee — which would have guaranteed her reelection!

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