In November 1962, at the age of 21, Cheney was convicted of drunk driving. Then the very next year he did not change and was again arrested for DWI. Today, that would have been a prison term under policies he supported as being tough on crime. Another example of do as I command, not as I do. Mothers against drunk driving should focus of this person who was involved in send American boys to war for lies. Cheney oversaw the 1991 Operation Desert Storm, among other actions – personally. Out of office during the Clinton administration, Cheney was the Chairman and CEO of Halliburton Company from 1995 to 2000. When Halliburton was being investigated for their money making schemes in Desert Storm, they suddenly resigned their US registration and moved to Dubai to hide from Congress. Without Cheney, Halliburton would never been involved or made so much money from the Middle East Wars.
I find his statements that the Senate report was “deeply flawed” disturbing. The only flaw is not indicting him for usurping power from Bush as a dictator.