As much as the troofers agree on anything, they seem to agree that Dick Cheney plays some key role in planning and carrying out 9/11, and that he personally benefited from it. With that in mind it was interesting to read this article describing the post-government roles of key individuals from the Bush administration.
For former Vice President Dick Cheney, post-political life will revolve largely around two activities: spending time with his grandchildren and fishing in Wyoming's rivers.
On Jan. 20, Cheney and his wife, Lynne, returned to Casper, Wyo., the small town in the western part of the state where he grew up.
"He's definitely looking forward to more time with the grandkids and enjoying the private life," a source close to Cheney told FOXNews.com, adding that the former vice president built a home in McLean, Va., and he plans to split time between the two states.
Cheney has acquired a BlackBerry since leaving office, the source said, and he's programmed his grandchildren's spring sports schedules into it.
Of course they are leaving out the weekends he carries out child sacrifices at the Bohemian Grove meetings...