Oh Well, Maybe Next Time

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Dick Cheney’s hospitalization yesterday was the result of a heart attack, according to a statement just released by his spokesperson:

“Former Vice President Cheney was admitted to GW Hospital after experiencing chest pain. Lab testing revealed evidence of a mild heart attack. He underwent a stress test and a heart catheterization. He is feeling good and is expected to be discharged in the next day or two.”

Too bad. All I know is this lard-ass neocon has more lives that a Cheshire cat.

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7 Responses to Oh Well, Maybe Next Time

  1. DMason says:

    The day Dick Cheney dies, I plan to take a vacation day and party and get drunk. I loathe him and I will never forgive his role in the Iraq war. I don’t care if he says DADT should be repealed, Cheney is still a vile, piece of feces.

  2. Tiny Dancer says:

    When you make a deal with El Diablo, you can “live” forever.

  3. Ryan says:

    I just love this picture. It is just hysterical!

  4. Pechanga says:

    It’s just like last December.

    We were ready to party when the news suggested Rush Limbaugh had a heart attack in Honolulu. Sadly, it was just gas.

    Cheney is tough and he’s not going anywhere. I’m sure he ate the placenta of Mary’s son raw. In ancient cultures, placenta was devoured and thought to sustain life and health.

  5. libhomo says:

    Pechenga: eeeeeeewwwwwwww

  6. JollyRoger says:

    He’s a fungus. A fungus doesn’t die easily. Like black mold, he’s hard to get rid of, and he’s poisonous.

  7. Well, we have proof that he has a heart.

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