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Richard Bruce "Dick" Cheney (born January 30, 1941) served as the 46th Vice President of the United States (2001–2009), under George W. Bush.

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Dick Cheney; Where was he 9-11?

There is only one video showing Dick Cheney on 9/11. ABC liked it so much, they cut Peter Jennings out of the archived TV available for historians and put Carol Costello, Don Hudson and Sam Ford in his place. Fortunately, xenomorph911wtc made a copy available and that is what we have used here. In the slowed, zoomed version, we replace the audio with Dick Cheney's Tim Russert interview on September 16 2001. While not the subject of this video, one might consider the Dick Cheney statement on Meet the Press with Tim Russert of the concern his secret service had with the Vice President (the appendix of our political state) and the total lack of concern by president's secret service with the President of the United States of America (POTUS). If you were a terrorist wishing to send the owners of the United States of America a message, which would be your target? An effete piece of garbage in the most heavily defended residence in the world or the main guy at a totally undefended school (Booker Elementary) in Florida keeping to his published schedule? Of course, we Americans actually believe that our designated enemies are the stupidest strategians on earth. We really do think the Japanese thought they would defeat America by sinking a few ships in a remote island outpost without any follow-up planned on the seat of government! We really do think that a guy sitting cross-legged on the floor of a cave with no indoor plumbing nor internet connection thought he would defeatAmerica <b>...</b>
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