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Wednesday, 7 March 2007

Will a blood clot force Cheney to step down?

The 66-year-old big time war criminal has a history of major health problems, including four heart attacks, and has undergone quadruple-bypass surgery. He is a driving force in both the war in Iraq and the 'war on terror' and his resignation would be a huge loss to George Bush and a good riddance to humanity. The vicious vice-president is the leader of Washington's neo-conservatives -aka Zionists and is believed to be a dominant influence on Mr Bush's military and foreign policies. The President relies on him heavily not just to formulate policy but also as an 'attack dog' to take on domestic critics. Blood clots that form deep in the legs can become killers if they break off and float into the lungs.