Maureen Dowd not a fan of Dick Cheney's book

Having lost the power to heedlessly bomb the world, Cheney has turned his attention to heedlessly bombing old colleagues…

Cheney may no longer have a pulse, but his blood quickens at the thought of other countries he could have attacked. He salivates in his book about how Syria and Iran could have been punished…

W. had belatedly realized that Cheney was a crank whose bad advice and disdainful rants against “the diplomatic path” and “multilateral action” had pretty much ruined his presidency.