The Democrats are going to call Dick Cheney's bluff this coming Thursday by using his own logic to justify cutting of funds to his offices, according
June 26, 2007

Countdown-Rahm-Cheney The Democrats are going to call Dick Cheney's bluff this coming Thursday by using his own logic to justify cutting of funds to his offices, according to Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) who joined Keith Olbermann on Tuesday's "Countdown." Emanuel points out that defunding the Vice President's office would save American taxpayers some $4.5 million dollars. And we know George Bush never met a tax cut he didn't like, right?

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The Democrats are onto Cheney's game, but whether or not they follow through on this remains to be seen. The Vice President is obviously out of control and his actions are flat out delusional, yet it seems nothing can be done to stop him. Contact your representatives in the House and Senate and tell them you want them to uphold the law and hold Dick Cheney accountable for his actions. Remind them that he's a public servant who is accountable to the American people, and we will accept nothing less than full disclosure and transparency.

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