Seen this a couple of times on the net, but found a column that discusses it in the Philadelphia Daily News. What a sick f... Cheney must be, to actively campaign for a liberal Conn. politician, for one reason that he supports the effort in Iraq.. All the while the commander in chief is at his all time low once again, don't these guys listen to the American people. http://www.philly.com/mld/dailynews/news/opinion/15249007.htm BUSH AND CHENEY'S REIGN OF ERRORVEEP SAYS CONN. VOTERS AIDING AL QAEDA. NOW, THAT'S SCARY. THESE PEOPLE have no shame. Their contempt for democracy is so great they will stop at nothing to undermine it. Their adherence to fundamentalist beliefs that blinds them to reality is frightening. They must be stopped. And that's just the Republicans. Let's start with Vice President Dick Cheney. Yesterday, Cheney bashed those who voted for Democrat Ned Lamont in the Connecticut Senate primary, claiming that these votes would encourage "al Qaeda types" to think that "they can break the will of the American people." The idea is that since 18-year incumbent Joe Lieberman lost based on his support for Iraq, Americans opposing the war are waving a white flag of surrender to terrorists. This is stunningly ignorant logic, as well as annoyingly consistent with the Bush administration's fundamentalist myth that Iraq had ties to al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden - a claim by now well-discounted, most notably by a presidential commission. And yet the presidential fog machine has continued to belch out its Iraq-al Qaeda-link fumes to the extent that a recent poll suggests that 64 percent of Americans still believe that Saddam Hussein had strong links to al Qaeda. More people than ever now believe, according to a new poll, that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.