This just in on Dick Cheney!
doughr at ACAD.UDALLAS.EDU
Mon Sep 18 15:21:20 PDT 2000
Douglas Laycock wrote, in part:
"I am just waiting to see any objective indicia of bona fide intent to live in Wyoming permanently. It may be that there is such evidence, and that Cheney has not had to offer it because the press has given him a pass on this. Or it may be that there is no such evidence."
Could there be another explanation, namely, that there is such evidence, but that Cheney thinks this is a non-issue as far as the campaign goes, and as long as the voting public doesn't seem concerned about it (I haven't heard anyone discuss it outside of academic circles), there is no reason to dwell on it? Of course it would be grist for our mill, but politicians don't always see how useful they can be to us.
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