Former Vice President Dick Cheney explains to CNN's John King his controversial statements in a new tell-all book
Regarding your interview with Cheney. He indicated that the Bush tax cuts stimulated the economy and reduced the deficit. You simply accepted that lie and went on. Lame on you....
Boy, the GOP leaders can change their minds about anything by putting a spin to suits them. Back them it did not matter, and they did not win the golf war. We lost. After that the Gasoline went high. The Bush/Cheney deal win yes, they are into oil and they used our military to give them the leverage. You all must remember that Kuwait was stealing the oil from the Iraqi oil wells from under neath. Pretty much like that company in Mississippi is doing to one of the private citizens whose land was taken through the Eminent Domain law by governor Barbour and GIVEN to the company just for a bribe.
This truly is a American injustice, and a disgrace to anyone in government. Cheney is a low life that needs to face
a jury. Why is this current administration protecting him ?
If this would be a real tell-all book it would be the longest enditment-confeshion in the history of books. If he at least would explained how he fooled everyone for so long and manipulate not only Bush (that would be the easy part) but all republicans and even democrats – for a while-, it would be the best reading since Machiavelli.
What worked to his benefit and to the benefit of the GOP in general is the failure of the education system; therefore for all Tea-Party and Republicans out there...................STAY IN SCHOOL
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