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Do you sense an Aura of Evil surrounding men like Dick Cheney?

I do. Look at how he used the Iraq war to enrich corporations like Blackwater and Brown and Route.


  1. “Like” Dick Cheney? Well, I DO think that Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas was evil, so maybe Justice Douglas was “like” Dick Cheney.
    Justice Felix Frankfurter once described — in writing — his colleague Douglas as “the most cynical, shameless, immoral character I’ve ever known.” — “Super Chief,” by Bernard Schwartz, p53.

  2. I agree. Let Dick Cheney fill his mouth with laughing now. He won’t be laughing when he winds up in a 6 by 6 iron cell smack dab in the middle of Hell.

  3. i was in a phoenix deli as john and cindy maccain came in for brunch…
    it got cold in the room.. she is particularly deadly looking.
    like those people that believe in reptilians – yeah, i could see them on V.

  4. lol
    there is abig one around the white house and you dont see it? The ghost of all the honmest men are probably roaming around wondering what happened to the house.

  5. No, but there is a definite stench of Brimstone coming from Obama.
    Dick Cheney has only been in charge of his golf swing for almost 11 months now. Get over it.
    Then there is the fact that ain’t much changed since he left. I though the Democrats were supposed to fix all that? So what happened?
    Plus Cheney was only Vice-president. Which means just like Joe Biden all he could do while in office was stand around and look dumb. Oh and shoot the occasional lawyer. Which was not necessarily a bad thing.

  6. It was noticable he was pretty evil when on the floor of the senate Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy during a testy exchange on the Senate floor with Dick Cheney. The incident occurred after Leahy harangued Cheney about profiteering by Halliburton and President Bush’s judicial nominees. According to the Washington Post, the exchange ended when Cheney offered some crass advice: “Go **** yourself.” The Washington Times put it this way: “Cheney…responded with a barnyard epithet, urging Mr. Leahy to perform an anatomical sexual impossibility.”
    As CEO of Dallas-based Halliburton Co. from 1995 until 2000, Cheney did little about cleaning up asbestos in his buildings, leading to multimillion-dollar legal judgments against Halliburton. He presided over several rounds of job cuts, including about 11,000 workers in 1999, a year that Halliburton showed a $438 million profit. Since those layoffs, Halliburton’s profits rose to $501 million in 2000 and $809 million in 2001.
    Halliburton also profited from dubious deals with Iraq under Cheney’s tenure, according to the Washington Post and other sources. From 1997 through 2000, Cheney’s Halliburton sold $73 million worth of oil equipment and services to Iraq through subsidiaries Dresser-Rand and Ingersoll Dresser Pump Co. to help rebuild Iraq’s Gulf War-damaged infrastructure. That was more business than any other U.S. company, and Cheney later lied about his Iraqi connection to media types like Sam Donaldson. Companies like Halliburton could make big profits on such oil deals, but human rights groups could not ship life-saving medicine to Iraqi children because of UN sanctions. Halliburton also did business with dictatorships that have committed human rights abuses, such as in Burma, Libya and Iran. In fact, Houston-based Kellogg Brown & Root, a Halliburton subsidiary, was fined $3.8 million for exporting U.S. goods to Libya in violation of U.S. sanctions. Cheney did nothing to stop such fraud.


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