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Old 08-25-2011, 08:22 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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"Less than three years ago, Dick Cheney was presiding over policies that left hundreds of thousands of innocent people dead from a war of aggression, constructed a worldwide torture regime and spied on thousands of Americans without the warrants required by law," he wrote on Salon.com. "But thanks to the decision to block all legal investigations into his chronic criminality, those matters have been relegated to mere pedestrian partisan disputes, and Cheney is thus now preparing to be feted -- and further enriched -- as a Wise and Serious Statesman with the release of his memoirs this week."

Read more: Cheney Memoir Tour Opens Door For Media Scorn | FoxNews.com
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