Cheney In Charge; Deconstructing “Dick”

March 11, 2013

Dick on Wheels

Come on, everyone but Republicans in the Confederacy (ever expanding) knows that Dick Cheney ran the country for at least eight years while George W. Bush watched Beer commercials on ESPN.
The epic failure (or intentional sweeping under the rug) of intelligence leading up to 911 has been contested since the World Trade Center was hit by two planes in what was reported as a terrorist attack.
Years after the event, much evidence has come forward as the collective memory fades into one graphic picture of planes hitting the towers.
Even the 911 Commision says they were lied to by the Cheney administration:

“The Senior Counsel to the 9/11 Commission (John Farmer) – who led the 9/11 staff’s inquiry – recently said “At some level of the government, at some point in time…there was an agreement not to tell the truth about what happened“. He also said “I was shocked at how different the truth was from the way it was described.”

Now, New York Times diva Maureen Dowd has nailed Reichmaster Dick Cheney to the remnants of a jet engine buried in a field in Pennsylvania.

From Dowd’s article:

“In a documentary soon to appear on Showtime, “The World According to Dick Cheney,” America’s most powerful and destructive vice president woos history by growling yet again that he was right and everyone else was wrong.
“If I had to do it over again,” the 72-year-old says chillingly of his reign of error, “I’d do it over in a minute.”
Mr. Cheney, who came from a family of Wyoming Democrats, says his conservative bent was strengthened watching the anti-Vietnam War protests at the University of Wisconsin, where he was pursuing a doctorate and dodging the draft.
“I can remember the mime troupe meeting there and the guys that ran around in white sheets with the entrails of pigs, dripping blood,” he said.”

(Edit DR) White sheets dripping blood sounds like Dick Cheney’s favorite country club. Back to Dowd’s article:

About the 911 attack-
“Continuing: “I got on the telephone with the president, who was in Florida, and told him not to be at one location where we could both be taken out.” Mr. Cheney kept W. flying aimlessly in the air on 9/11 while he and Lynn left on a helicopter for a secure undisclosed location, leaving Washington in a bleak, scared silence, with no one reassuring the nation in those first terrifying hours.
“I gave the instructions that we’d authorize our pilots to take it out,” he says, referring to the jet headed to Washington that crashed in a Pennsylvania field. He adds: “After I’d given the order, it was pretty quiet. Everybody had heard it, and it was obviously a significant moment.”
This guy makes Al Haig look like a shrinking violet.
When they testified together before the 9/11 Commission, W. and Mr. Cheney kept up a pretense that in a previous call, the president had authorized the vice president to give a shoot-down order if needed. But the commission found “no documentary evidence for this call.”

In my opinion, we should just admit that flight 93 over Pennsylvania was shot down. In the real world, that may have been necessary.
But for President Cheney and W. to have retained their Imperial hero status it was of utmost importance to continue the narrative that the passengers overtook the hijackers on the flight.
We have an admission that there was a shoot-down order, given by Dick Cheney, not W.,-
We have a debris field that covered miles, indicating that the plane broke apart at high elevation.
We have an impact crater with no structure or bodies.

Flight 93 crash site

Don’t try and tell me that an entire Boeing aircraft crashed here.
And don’t try and sell the idea the passengers forced the hijackers to plummet the aircraft into a death-spiral that broke the plane apart.
I don’t buy it.

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One Response to Cheney In Charge; Deconstructing “Dick”

  1. Bob Patterson on March 11, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Most Wyoming Democrats are like liberal Republicans.

    Re: Flight 93. They found bodies and debris eight miles away. That does not happen unless the plane breaks apart in the air. My brother-in-law is a pilot. All of those big planes are engineered to take stress 4x the normal load. This does not mean that the stress from a nose dive could not break one apart, however, it’s VERY unlikely.

    My vote is we shot it down.


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