Thursday, May 07, 2009

More Today Than Yesterday

Dick Cheney's being interviewed more these days than he was while in office.  I think it's probably time to let him disappear from the limelight. Even George Bush has kept a low-key life since leaving the White House. Cheney, on the other hand, pops up for radio and TV interviews every week or so!

Cheney: "Mistake" For GOP To "Moderate," Glad That Detainees Were Waterboarded

Former Vice President Dick Cheney defended the Bush administration's use of waterboarding on Thursday, saying that, contrary to arguments made by Barack Obama, the techniques were a necessary last-resort measure to get information from detainees.
"I don't believe that's true," Cheney said, when asked to respond to Obama's statement that interrogators may not have needed to resort to torture. "That assumes that we [..]
But, wait! There's more!

Cheney: ‘I think it would be a mistake’ for the GOP to become more moderate.

With only 20 percent of Americans self-identifying as Republicans, the GOP is searching for a way forward. Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME) and Olympia Snowe (R-ME), along with Colin Powell, have said the GOP must move toward the center to expand its tent. In an interview with Scott Hennen, a North Dakota radio host, Cheney declared [...]
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