All Articles on Dick Cheney

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At the White House, the Spin Doctor Is Ill
While indictment fever gripped the Washington press corps this month, the president's spin doctor was incapacitated. An ailing Karl Rove could not help the Republican search for a media cure. With temperature rising, the political physician was in no position to cure himself or anyone else. Now, a...
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The War on Errorism
The Errorists have struck again. This time it was New Orleans; next time it could be your city. Make no mistake about it: these insidious Errorists are deadly and determined to destroy the American way of life. They are the greatest threat to our nation's survival. Do not give the Errorists aid and...
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Ending the Impunity of the Bush White House
The man in the Oval Office is fond of condemning "killers." But his administration continues to kill with impunity. "They can go into Iraq and do this and do that," Martha Madden, former secretary of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, said Thursday, "but they can't drop some food on...
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Open Letter to George W. Bush
On June 28, 2005 you addressed the nation in prime time about the situation in Iraq. You called the casualties, destruction and suffering in that country "horrifying and real." Then you declared: "I know Americans ask the question: Is the sacrifice worth it? It is worth it," you asserted and went...
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Credibility Matters Little to Brits, Americans
Funny thing about the United States and Great Britain. I once thought their people cared about the credibility -- and accountability of their leaders -- especially when it comes to war and peace. But now I note with regret that the voters in both nations have other priorities. We're talking about...
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Bush Win Would Mean Dark Times
World Would Perceive Support For Preemptive War
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Scaring Voters to the Polls
WASHINGTON - Someday President Bush may have to explain why he really went to war against Iraq. But you won't hear it with his re-election at stake and his credibility on the line. Public opinion polls continue to show a tight presidential race, which suggests to me that voters have devalued the...
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Exiting Iraq is the Only Solution
The day of the first presidential debate, television served up pictures of the 38 children who died in an explosion in Iraq and their grieving mothers. The blood of those children is on George W. Bush's hands for starting this ill-advised war, and on the hands of all of those who continue to...
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Beyond the Debates, a Referendum on an Emperor
More than any other events on the campaign trail this year, the debates have drawn intense public interest. Viewers are eager for something more than the carefully packaged junk that usually passes for political coverage -- the nonstop media mix of countless photo-ops, canned speeches, evasive...
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Turn on the Radio, John Kerry
It's taken John Kerry far too long to be clear that George Bush's invasion of Iraq was wrong, and he can't waste any more time getting to the point that the continued occupation of Iraq will also be a disaster – no matter who the president is. Unless Kerry gets a jolt from somewhere, he's going to...
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