Monday, August 09, 2010

Liz Cheney's False Outrage.

Liz Cheney takes umbrage at a comment from Robert Gibbs:

CHENEY: You’ve also have Robert Gibbs this week, when asked what does it mean if 71 percent of the people in Missouri said they don’t want any mandate for health insurance, he said, “it means nothing.” Now when you have a White House that is that unwilling to listen to what people out there are saying, I think, you know, it causes some real concern about whether or not they are actually going to be responsive to the voters.
Was there ever a Republican who refused to listen to the voters? Oh, yeah, there was this guy:

MARTHA RADDATZ (ABC): Two-third of Americans say it’s not worth fighting.


RADDATZ So? You don’t care what the American people think?

CHENEY: No. I think you cannot be blown off course by the fluctuations in the public opinion polls.

Then Cheney actually had the nerve to say this:
“You have the President saying you can’t have the keys back like he’s the decider.”
No wonder this incensed her, because we all know who the decider was.

"I'm the decider and I decide what is best..."
I don't remember Liz Cheney being outraged when her father and Bush made those comments.

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