Letterman On Dick Cheney: ‘How’d He Do?’

Since the 2008 election and Dick Cheney’s subsequent exile,  Cheney’s been rising  from his crypt on a regular basis to trash Obama, only to return to darkness.   Never in America’s history has a member of an outgoing administration been so critical of an sitting president. Expect to see him hitting Fox  in several weeks to do it again.  Dick’s never been one for shuffleboard and torturing kittens gets old after a while, so there you have it.  Letterman took note thusly on May 4.


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5 Responses to Letterman On Dick Cheney: ‘How’d He Do?’

  1. dailyplanetprincess says:

    How is it that you can find my funny bone each and every day.

    Cheney is a buffoon and the notion that he might have any credibility left on this planet is laughable at best. It goes without question that he will revisit “faux” news to bash Obama. Does he realize how pathetic and desperate it makes him look when he engages in this behavior?, um… apparently not. He and his wife are the denial twins.

    My favorite line of your post…”Dick’s never been one for shuffleboard and torturing kittens gets old after a while, so there you have it.” Priceless!

    Thanks for my daily smile!

  2. Paul Sonderman says:

    There’s a certain cross-section of our society, albeit a small one, that still looks to Cheney for guidance and Cheney to some is their “North Star.” Health care professionals should be on watch for these, as a change in medication is obviously long overdue.

    Hey, crazy sells. Just look at Faux’s line-up. Try to explain the success of Glen Beck ignoring this premise. I’m convince Beck could still do his show with his hair ablaze.

    Be careful. You’re providing positive reinforcement. I’m bound to try to repeat my behavior now. And it’ll be your fault!

  3. strider says:

    I like how you can simply parody Dick Cheney simply on everything he has been quoted as saying. No embellishment, no smart-aleck remarks. All you have to do is roll the tape.

  4. dailyplanetprincess says:

    If all it takes is a little positive reinforcement to continue the madness then I am more than happy to provide it. I accept full responsibility for your zany behavior. Please…DON’T proceed with caution. Me and my funny bone look forward to your next post.



  5. Paul Sonderman says:

    It sure makes it easy. Parody is most effective when altered the least.

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