Thursday, December 28, 2006

See Gerald Ford and Dick Cheney and Rummy

Here. Bob Woodward interviewed Ford and fast forwards us to their current status with "Ford disagreed with Bush on invading Iraq:"

In the sessions, Ford fondly recalled his close working relationship with key Bush advisers Cheney and Rumsfeld while expressing concern about the policies they pursued in more recent years.

"He was an excellent chief of staff. First class," Ford said. "But I think Cheney has become much more pugnacious" as vice president. He said he agreed with former secretary of state Colin L. Powell's assertion that Cheney developed a "fever" about the threat of terrorism and Iraq. "I think that's probably true."

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