The Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend
According to Google, the first recorded instance for this phrasing comes from Gabriel Manigault, who in his 1884 Political Creed described the sense that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” as a “natural feeling.” And well it may be. Currently, Democrats along with others who are fed up with Republicans are chuckling at Liz Cheney’s leadership role being whisked out from under her like a quickly snatched tablecloth.
Yet a word of caution is advised
Before snuggling up to Liz because she’s exposing what’s left of the Republican Party for the charlatans they are, it might be wise to remember who she is, aside from being Dick Cheney’s daughter. Philosophically, Liz is very much daddy’s little girl.
Tim Murphy pens a column for Mother Jones
The title is ‘Liz Cheney Wants to Make Torture Great Again’ and its premise is that apples don’t fall far from trees, making the case that Liz has a daddy complex. And who could blame her, daddy is and was a complex man.
It’s entertaining reading and ver…