via thinkprogress.org today:
. . .Inquiring about Vice President Dick Cheney. . .CBC Radio One host Jim Brown noted that Cheney “doesn’t strike me as someone who would be particularly motivated by idealistic visions.”
McClellan agreed, adding that Iraq’s oil occupied Cheney’s mind more than anything else. . .
During a speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco last month, McClellan suggested some book titles for Cheney should he choose to write a memoir of his own after leaving office: “The Lies I Told,” or “I Upped Halliburton’s Income - So Up Yours”. . .
heh -- do go read it all.
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