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July 27, 2000
Considering Dick Cheney's resume, the GOP might have a better chance of reclaiming the White House if George W. Bush and Cheney swapped places. Cheney is eminently more qualified to serve as president than Bush. If Cheney's name had been "in the hat" at the onset, I believe we would be looking at a different ticket. However, there's still a chance for the GOP to change its mind. Perhaps at the Philadelphia convention, GOP delegates can nominate Cheney as their heir apparent. DON DANIELSON Huntington Beach Unbelievable!
March 24, 2012 |
Former Vice President Dick Cheney had a heart transplant Saturday, according to a statement released from his office. Cheney, 71, received the new organ after being on a transplant list for more than 20 months, the Associated Press reported . Cheney's office said he was recovering in the intensive care unit of Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Va. Aide Kara Ahern said in the statement that Cheney and his family do not know...
March 13, 2012 |
Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney was making headlines Tuesday after canceling an appearance in Toronto , reportedly citing safety concerns. "Dick Cheney cancels Toronto trip, says Canada is too dangerous," bleated the headline in the National Post, which made the story a featured headline pick Tuesday on its homepage at www.nationalpost.com . Ryan Ruppert, president of promotions company Spectre Live Corp., which scheduled Cheney's April 24 appearance at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, said Cheney and his daughter, Elizabeth, canceled citing safety concerns.
August 25, 2011 |
Dick Cheney is already promising there will be “heads exploding all over Washington” when his new book hits stores Tuesday. The 46 th vice president made that declaration in an interview with NBC -- portions of which were aired on the Today Show Wednesday morning -- as he embarked on a media blitz to promote the book, “In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir.” The memoir discusses Cheney's health, the Sept. 11 attacks, his secret resignation letter, and his thoughts about President George W. Bush and other prominent characters from the Bush White House, NBC reports.
August 30, 2011 |
Former Vice President Dick Cheney offered to resign three times in 2004. That, and many other revelations about the 46 th vice president of the United States, are detailed in Cheney's book, “In My Time,” a tell-all memoir that hits stores today. "If President Bush felt he had a better chance to win with someone else as his running mate, I wanted to make sure he felt free to make the change," Cheney wrote. In a taped interview that aired Monday night on NBC's Dateline, Cheney described the book as his “one chance to write your version of events, your history, your story.” He said he did not set out to embarrass former President George W. Bush, though early reviews of the book suggest Cheney contradicts Bush's view of crucial events that occurred during the eight-year administration. Cheney said he makes “no apologies” for controversial policies - maintaining secret prisons, wiretapping and the use of waterboarding as an interrogation tool - that he championed after the Sept.
December 4, 2012 |
To his detractors, Vice President Dick Cheney was the dark force of the administration of President George W. Bush. Cheney himself said he was “honored” at being compared to Darth Vader . Those who blamed him for the second Iraq War liked to call him “heartless.” Well, Dick Cheney does have a heart. The first one nearly killed him a few times - he's had five heart attacks. At one point in 2010 his heart actually stopped beating, with various iterations of the headline “Cheney Has No Pulse” gracing newspapers and the Internet.