Dick Cheney's Conscience Goes Rogue...Talks Iraq

Dick Cheney's Conscience Goes Rogue...Talks Iraq

by John M. Busher

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Dick Cheney's Conscience Goes Rogue...Talks Iraq by John M. Busher

Does Dick Cheney have any thoughts about Iraq and President Obama's administration's middle eastern policies? Does Dick Cheney, retired Vice President of the United States, have a conscience? Does Dick Cheney's conscience speak on its own? Does Dick Cheney's conscience do interviews? Does Dick Cheney's conscience have any thoughts on Dick Cheney's comments, words and actions? Dick Cheney's conscience sat down for a Barbara Walter's style interview with Sativa Sue, a giant, beautiful sentient blogging bud of Marijuana.

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BN ID: 2940046226560
Publisher: John M. Busher
Publication date: 10/09/2014
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Format: NOOK Book
File size: 95 KB

About the Author

John M. Busher suspects he grew up in the northwestern New York City suburbs and graduated from one of the snow covered SUNYs where the Buffalo wings ran wilder than super delegates drunk with power at a national political presidential convention. After spending the 90s living in NYC he moved out to the San Francisco Bay Area hoping to ride the internet boom into early retirement. He smartly turned down the opportunity to join Google well before their IPO. He’s not bitter about this decision though. Really, he’s not. Really. Speak for yourself narrator. While working for numerous technology companies he harbored a secret desire to write fiction. Inspired by authors like Joseph Heller, Kurt Vonnegut, Christopher Buckley, Christopher Moore and Stephen King, John reignited his creative writing efforts. When he’s not working on his first full length satirical novel, John competes in single letter word spelling bees, CIA sponsored water boarding contests, in between visits to the gym, roaming America's crumbling super highways and getting lost in the mail.

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