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Dick Cheney misremembers his oath of office

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 No wonder Dick Cheney thinks it was his job as vice president to do what he thought was right without regard to the niceties of law and the Constitution.

 As Andrew Sullivan POINTS OUT, Cheney seems not to have understood the words he uttered in his oath of office.

 UPDATE: Incidentally, Cheney said the other day that he would prefer Rush Limbaugh to Colin Powell as a spokesman for the Republican Party.

 Ah, but Powell is far, far MORE POPULAR than either Cheney or Limbaugh.

 UPDATE II: Not to be outdone by her father, Liz Cheney SAYS President Obama is siding with the terrorists.

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  1. shawnnews

    I remember Powell was for Affirmative Action and got shouted at during a Republican National Convention. He also endorsed Obama this year. Cheney prbably sees him as a Joe Lieberman type figure who has no loyalty to party ideology and candidates.

  2. I love it when the left starts talking about the constitution to be inforced.

  3. shawnnews

    The left is the only political side that cares about the constitution — except for the second amendment on which they are supreme wafflers..
    The hyper-patriots of the right often claim to be guardians of the constituion or morality but neither is true.

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