Dick cheney 04 acceptance speech
Through the closed door we can still hear him cackling. In the early nineteen-sixties, Cheney dropped out of Yale twice, but one professor there made a deep impression on him. That was H. Bradford Westerfield, a diplomatic historian who believed that it was possible that the United States would fall victim to a Communist takeover.
Dick Cheney 2000 Acceptance Speech
Text Of Dick Cheney's Speech - CBS News
The following is the full text of the remarks made by Vice President Dick Cheney, as prepared for delivery. Chairman, delegates, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: I accept your nomination for vice president of the United States. I am honored by your confidence. And tonight I make this pledge: I will give this campaign all that I have, and together we will make George W. Bush president for another four years. Tonight I will talk about this good man and his fine record leading our country. And I may say a word or two about his opponent.
He has been cited as the most powerful vice president in American history. Cheney was born in Lincoln, Nebraska , and grew up in Casper, Wyoming. He began his political career as an intern for Congressman William A.
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