Thursday, January 22, 2009
The Weekly Standard is featuring an article on former Vice President Dick Cheney which highlights the notion that Cheney "disagreed publicly with his boss just four times in the eight years they served together." But, of course, Cheney also disagreed with Bush's decision not to pardon Scooter Libby, whom Cheney describes as "victim of a serious miscarriage of justice." Interestingly, the article also notes "two sources" believe that the White House was "concerned with public relations and simply did not want to defend or justify a Libby pardon." What happened to the President who proudly did not take public opinion polls before doing what is right? See story here.