Sunday, July 29, 2012

Dick Cheney: [McCain] "Goofed Up" Picking Palin!

The power of Photoshop. Vice President Dick Cheney reflects on his time and offers cautionary advice to Mitt Romney not to pick a candidate that reminds the public of Sarah Palin.

The Republican Party has known for theatrics. Every Sunday morning a Republican goes on television to express his disgust of the president. One in particular is former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Cheney who is recovering from heart surgery is out in the open speaking to the press about how he's not a fan of the Obama Administration and faults President Barack Obama for the economic turmoils he'd inherited from the vice president's former boss George W. Bush.

The former vice president and former President George W. Bush have kept a relatively low profile. Cheney comes out once in awhile going after the president or Colin Powell, the former Secretary of State who was at odds with the vice president. Powell endorsed Barack Obama for president in 2008. They are not attending the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.

On ABC's This Week with George Stephanpoulos, the former vice president offers his take on the 2012 U.S. Presidential Elections, former governor and perennial candidate for president Mitt Romney and the outcome of the economy.

ABC reporter Jonathon Karl asked Cheney about the potential pick of vice president for Romney, and the subject of that had the former vice president open up about Palin. The previous nominee Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) and his vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, then governor of the state of Alaska lost in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election.

Let's say that Cheney knew that it was a mistake that McCain picked Sarah Palin. This comes a few days after the dumb conservative agitator and her husband Todd Palin were spotted at Texas Chick-Fil-A restaurant in support of the company's stance against gay rights.

Cheney has a daughter Mary who is openly a lesbian. Liz Cheney is a political pundit who has thoughts of running for U.S. Senate to replace Democratic Virginia senator Mark Warner.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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