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The other day, former Vice President Dick Cheney was quoted about the burden that President Barack Obama is leaving for whoever his successor is. Mr. Cheney said...
Oh, honestly, I don't care. I don't mean metaphorically, I mean not caring down to the tiniest particle of any known substance. I have my limits. I don't even care enough to repeat what he had to say and then explain how pathetic it is. It's not even "Sarah Palin-fun" to dissect the offensiveness of what he has to say on the subject, I care that little about it. Sarah Palin at least is a clown who's trying to remain on the national stage, presumably in a vaudeville act with Ted Nugent; Dick Cheney however had actual power and experience that he abused to divide the country and threw all his credibility away, exploding it so completely that he has nothing left for anyone to listen to. Not only do I care so little to the point of nothingness about what Dick Cheney has to say about pretty much anything -- a man who helped lie a nation into war, was party to outing a CIA agent, was complicit in ignoring a warning that the U.S. would be attacked before it was attacked, had proclaimed that budget deficits don't matter before the U.S. economy collapsed and its deficit plummeted, even shot a man without so much as a hand slap or apology (oddly enough a pattern he basically repeated with America) all the while getting the victim to explain it was probably his fault for getting shot, and left office with a 16-percent approval rating -- but there hasn't been enough gall created since the beginning of time for me to care about what Dick Cheney has to say that's critical of others about the burdens of an Administration left to presidential successors.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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