Analysis: Cheney Attacks May Not Help GOP
That's the title. I don't see any analysis in there, and neither do I see any evidence, other than the author's say-so and wishful thinking, that Cheney is not helping the GOP.
You can go read it if you like, but I'm only going to mention one more thing.
When Obama took office, former President George W. Bush went quietly to his new house in Texas, slipped intentionally into anonymity and honored protocol by staying silent about his successor.
But Cheney, widely remembered for heading to undisclosed secure locations at times of national crisis and for working invisibly behind the scenes, has done just the opposite...
While Cheney's public assault on Obama breaches Washington etiquette, his remarks about Powell were particularly unusual.
I find it remarkable that anyone could write about "breaches of protocol" while ignoring President Obama's repeated personal, vicious, unbecoming attacks on the previous administration. Oh look, here's something I wrote the day after he was inaugurated. And Jimmy Carter has been no paragon of virtue and silence in this area.
Bias, bias, bias. And some readers chastise me for periodically quoting from FoxNews.