Cheney For President, Part II

The New York Times offers a portrait of Liz Cheney as conservative activist, focusing on her appearance at the “Smart Girls Summit” in Nashville. The Times’ portrait is flattering, perhaps unintentionally so. I liked this comment by Liz’s sister Mary:

Ms. Cheney’s resolute national security positions seem to differ not at all from those of her favorite vice president. “I think you’d be hard-pressed to find any daylight at all between Liz’s and my father’s views,” said her younger sister, Mary Cheney. “It’s not because she’s been indoctrinated. It’s because he’s right.”

Let’s hope the Cheneys are thorns in the liberals’ sides for many years to come.

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