Updated with video: Dick Cheney Goes Rogue. Upstages Palin, Indicts Bush

Cheney has gone rogue.  Mark my words.  For Christ sake, he just indicted Bush on torture.

Maureen Dowd says it best.

Cheney has replaced Sarah Palin as Rogue Diva. Just as Jeb Bush and other Republicans are trying to get kinder and gentler, Cheney has popped out of his dungeon, scary organ music blaring, to carry on his nasty campaign of fear and loathing.

The man who never talked is now the man who won’t shut up. — Read on.

Here’s the evidence:

Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

More Americans have been murdered by terrorists and continue to die under Dick Cheney’s watch than any other administration in history.

Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

  1. #1 by James Farmer on May 13, 2009 - 10:39 pm

    Could Cheney become the next gift that keeps on giving? We can certainly hope so!

  2. #2 by .45 on May 13, 2009 - 11:21 pm

    Jim;The guy just got Jabba Jawa Obama to back down on the torture photos. He co-opted him. What planet are you on Jim? That Cheney gets this done, says and does as he pleases shows where the power lies.

    You have to believe that Obama has dirty laundry that Cheney has set him up with.

    It is like we are living the Star Wars epic, with Cheney as Emperor, Darth Vader all wrapped into one. Obama is there to shine Cheney’s shoes and get coffee.

    So Cliff, it is true then, your statement in the post alludes to Obama being a puppet, with Cheney still holding the real power. This is Obama’s administration right? In theory?

    Anytime now you can hear the fat lady singing. Cheney deep down in his DUMB (deep underground military bunker) with his multiple stints and a bum ticker, he has nothing to lose.

  3. #3 by .45 on May 13, 2009 - 11:27 pm

    Crikey, you need to be a member and get stuffed with cookies before you can read the soon to be defunct New York Times.

  4. #4 by cav on May 13, 2009 - 11:48 pm

    I want to see Dickweed, Don Rumsfield and Karl Rove on some sort of travelling, staged exposition of Republican ‘Principles’.

    The people can bring baskets of rotten tomatoes and such to make sure the communication goes two ways.

  5. #5 by mikeb302000 on May 14, 2009 - 12:31 am

    I think Cheney is doing the old best defense is a good offense trick. He and his friends should all end up disgraced.

  6. #6 by .45 on May 14, 2009 - 7:25 am

    Poor progressives don’t now know what to make of their hero. This is the low point of the saga, like when Luke the chosen one was trapped in a garbage disposal with his cohorts Han and Chewbacca, in the Princess Leia rescue.

    “He and his friends should all end up disgraced”.

    Does the crocodile know disgrace after being caught for eating members of the village? Nothing there to disgrace. The disgrace is in the lot of us being unable to put the corral on these people, not in their own administration, but now into the next on. Democracy by now, is just a word.

(will not be published)


%d bloggers like this: