It’s time for the latest installment in our continuing series (see here and here) about how undead Dick Cheney blowed up Iraq real good thereby fulfilling a promise made in return for an advance given against services to be rendered and then, damage done and blood money in hand, the Cheney Killbillies loaded up the truck and they moved to Laramie. (Wyoming that is. Barren hellhole. Don’t go there). Bored because none of their friends will go a’huntin’ with them anymore, because ‘shoot me once in the face shame on you – shoot me twice in the face, shame on me’, they’ve been looking for stuff to do and then came up with the cool beans idea of running their not-lesbian daughter for political office even at the expense of shitting all over any friendships left with anyone in the state who didn’t look like a quail rising up out of the brush.
Needless to say, things are not going well for Princess Snarlyface as the people of Wyoming (America’s Empty Lot™) have not cottoned to her kind of fancypants elitist carpetbaggin’ ways no matter how many times she uses the state’s name as a safe word.
“Twenty years ago, Phil and I were married here in Wyoming, and today we’re raising our kids here on the same Wyoming values I grew up with” Cheney says in the ad, released Thursday, which includes footage of the Republican and her family.
“Hey, Liz Cheney: If you want to run for U.S. Senate, try it from Virginia or some other state,” the Gillette News Record newspaper wrote in an editorial.
Oh, Wyoming! Playing all coy and hard to get! You know you want her, you need her, you got to have her.
Okay, maybe not:
Liz Cheney’s support has faded in Wyoming since the summer, according to internal polling conducted for a super PAC that’s been running ads against her and shared exclusively with POLITICO.
Sen. Mike Enzi (R) has expanded his lead over the former vice president’s daughter by 12 points among likely primary voters since August. The three-term incumbent was up 52 points, 69 percent to 17 percent, in a survey conducted by Bob Wickers of The Wickers Group at the end of October.
The same pollster using the same methodology found Enzi ahead by 40 points, 61 percent to 21 percent, in the last week of August.
In the summer, Cheney was viewed favorably by 42 percent of likely primary voters and unfavorably by 24 percent. At the end of October, she was viewed favorably by 29 percent and unfavorably by 37 percent.