Maybe The Critics Can Now Shut Up

Vice President Dick Cheney was on Fox News today discussing the shooting incident that took place this past weekend. Cheney accepted full responsibility for the incident and anyone who watched the interview had to see that Cheney was genuinely upset and concerned. Cheney took the time to explain why it took so long for the news to be reported. He said that his only concern when it happened was to help his friend and that he did not want to put out inaccurate news. He said that initial reports were conflicting and they did not know how bad it was. He also said that he wanted to make sure that all of the victim’s family had been notified before the information was put out in the news.

“The image of him falling is something I’ll never ever be able to get out of my mind,” Cheney said. “I fired, and there’s Harry falling. It was, I’d have to say, one of the worst days of my life at that moment.”

Cheney was responsible and his immediate concern was for his friend and his friend’s family. The MSM, especially the White House press corps, is not concerned about the victim. They are only upset because they did not get the story. The moonbat blogs like Daily Kos will probably continue to lambaste the Vice President but anyone with more than half a brain recognizes this was a tragic accident. Unfortunately, that leaves out most of the moonbats who will continue to ignore the victim and his family with their talk about death and manslaughter charges.

The hatred for the President and Vice President is palpable. It is unfortunate that the moonbats are so filled with anger and hatred and makes it easier to understand why the Administration is not fond of the press.

Source: WBAL

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