The slender ailing Cheney is back to expressing his learned opinions.
Yes, I feel sorry for him, because he has to live with the fact that he hasn't got a lot of busy, productive years ahead of him -- that he isn't going to go down in history as a great vice president, or humanitarian, or knowledgeable authority on administrative affairs.
In fact, he's got a lot of critics down on him -- the half truths and lies, the contractual commitments that made him richer and the country poorer, commitments that the country is still paying for financially and spiritually-- for instance Halliburton and water-boarding.
I feel sorry for us because Cheney puts poison in the air that's already laden with emissions and ...
I am not going to list what I think are the Cheney environmental and global poisons. It's only polishing the memories of what Cheney promoted, or ignored, or dismissed as nonsense, or encouraged -- ugly words, ugly politics, that right now are slowing up stymieing, tainting, and inspiring fear, horror, and criminal behavior ... just about everywhere.
All I can say is, Mr. Cheney, we don't need you, don't want to see you, or hear you, or get your opinions about anything. Please, do us all a big favor -- deal with your exercise, your doctors, your pump, your family, your place on the Heart transplant list, and shut up.