(CNN) – The man labeled the most powerful vice president in American history remains resolute in his steadfast defense of his time in the White House in a new documentary that begins airing Friday.
"I did what I did. It's all on the public record, and I feel very good about it. If I had to do it over again, I'd do it in a minute," Dick Cheney says in "The World According to Dick Cheney," which debuts at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime.
Can't wait for this pile of excrement to be buried. DIAF, Cheney, DIAF.
Why apologize when you're infallible. Even Lincoln realized he had shortcomings.
I think 9/11 affected his judgement. I think he was so deeply struck by it emotionally that he's never quite been able to release himself from the initial shock. Sort of like the little kid who experienced a terrifying fright in the basement, and now just the idea or mention of the word basement sends the kid into a transendental state of mind.
"I think 9/11 affected his judgement."
I think $$$ determines his judgement.
FIFY hehe :-)
Yeah unapologetic, would do it again in a heartbeat (if he had one). Easy to sit there being smug, safe and sound up at your ranch, counting your money while you sent thousands of young men and women to die in an unnecessary war. This unrepentant clown should be in jail!
@Rudy, why dont you go hunting with him !!!!!!!!!!
People like that never apoligize. They just go down the drain.
has EVIL ever really made an apology? New heart same old Cheney.
No regrets, WOW...
Goebbels was unapologetic as well.
The fact that he thinks he was sucessful begs the question, at what? the war, clearly that is bs, so im going to say his goal was to make him and his cronies @ haliburton uber-rich, this man should be tried for waging false wars, just like he deregulated natural gas so as to start fracking hi way to more millions. nothing is off limite, greed personafied
Could not find a flaw in himself when asked, that speaks volumes
"I did what I did. It's all on the public record, and I feel very good about it. If I had to do it over again, I'd do it in a minute,"
Well, of course he is proud of himself. And, yes. There is no doubt he would do it again. It's just too bad President Bush never had the cajones to stop Dick Cheney from "running the show" to begin with.
Cheney: The BEST reason to keep Gitmo open!
Everything is on "public record" but he and Bush's team testimony on the events of 9/11.
I thought the new heart he got could had changed his way of thinking completely. How come both hearts are the same???
I can see that new heart isn't doing him any good. Most heart transplant patients only live 3 years after the transplant. He got the new heart in 2011. Here's to a beautiful 2014!
Of course he's unapologetic, of course he'd do it again. The man got richer than GOD off the backs of dead soldiers.
Look at that face. Is that not EVIL personified???