The GOP is the party of Dick Cheney.
Dick Cheney, a two-term Vice President who is responsible for the Iraq War, is one of the most polarizing figures in American politics.
His reputation for deceit and dishonesty is so bad that many of his former White House staffers and close associates have come forward to say they’ve seen him and his family commit acts of corruption and abuse.
The truth is that Dick Cheney has spent his life serving a corrupt political establishment that is bent on undermining America.
For more than 30 years, Dick Cheney’s policies have brought about the economic, social, and political collapse of our country.
He has presided over the greatest economic and social crisis since the Great Depression.
He is responsible not only for the destruction of jobs, but for the massive increase in income inequality that has left millions of Americans behind.
His policies have driven millions of working Americans from their jobs, driven millions out of the workforce, and forced the country to enter an economic downturn in which the number of unemployed Americans increased by nearly 25 million.
These facts, combined with his utter failure to live up to his campaign promises, have resulted in an electorate that is far more disillusioned with our nation and its leaders than at any time in our nation’s history.
And while Dick Cheney may be one of our most hated political figures, I am far more concerned about the people who have worked for him for over 30 years.
They are the working men and women who have stood in the line to elect him to the White House.
They have made sacrifices for this country, but Dick Cheney is not our president.
They’re not our future.
They aren’t our future because of his policies, their decisions, or their character.
The people who worked for Dick Cheney are not our heroes.
They deserve our support and their votes.
And they deserve our respect.
Dick and I are kindred spirits.
We grew up in very different worlds.
We came of age in very similar times and conditions.
We both spent our early childhood in rural and inner city areas.
We met each other when we were teenagers.
We shared a common goal and shared the same values.
Dick, a man of faith, who had been a devout Catholic for most of his life, believed in the moral authority of Scripture and the authority of the Bible’s teachings.
Dick’s devotion to the Bible, along with his conviction that the Bible was the word of God, were the seeds that fed the faith and passion of our lives.
As a devout Christian, Dick and his wife, Barbara, were dedicated to the protection of the Constitution and the sanctity of human life.
In the words of President George W. Bush, Dick’s “commitment to the truth and his fidelity to the Constitution is the foundation of our shared mission.”
And I agree with that statement.
Dick was a strong believer in our founding documents, in our Constitution, and in our rights.
But I also agree with the words that came from Dick Cheney when he said that “I believe the Constitution was drafted in a time of great danger.”
And while I do believe that the Constitution represents a great moral and legal document, I also believe that Dick and Barbara and all of the millions of other American patriots who served this country over the past 30 years have done so not to advance the interests of their country but to serve the interests, the interests that Dick, his wife Barbara, and the people of the United States believe in.
In a recent op-ed published in the Washington Post, the former Vice President wrote, “Our Founders wrote the Constitution to protect the people against the tyranny of a few.”
But it is a very different situation when you look at Dick Cheney today.
His presidency is not about the liberties of American citizens, but it is about the power of the corporate and political elites who control the media, the economy, and most importantly, our government.
His legacy is that the United State government is a corporate dictatorship that controls virtually every aspect of our political and economic life.
Dick is not only responsible for bringing about the collapse of the American economy, but he is responsible in part for the economic crisis that he has caused.
His failures have caused the collapse in the quality of life for millions of ordinary Americans.
He used his positions as a member of the Cheney administration to enrich himself at the expense of our nation.
His actions and those of his family have put the lives of tens of millions of people at risk, not just for Dick but for so many of our fellow Americans who have sacrificed so much to help our country and our countrymen.
In fact, his failures have put a very real threat to the security of the nation at large.
Dick has not only violated the Constitution, he has also violated the very principles that we stand for as Americans.
Dick made decisions that made it more likely that we would see the birth of the Internet, the emergence of a global economy, the rise of artificial intelligence, and global trade that