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(NWN 5/8/07) Dick Cheney's surprise stop in Iraq has caused President Bush some unexpected problems, with the Vice President finding getting there a lot easier than getting out.  Democrats have sent an emergency bill to the President requiring Cheney to remain in Iraq until all our troops come home.  Calls by Republicans for a timetable to withdrawal the Vice President were dismissed by Nancy Pelosi. "Pulling the Vice President out of Iraq now would send the wrong message and allow the terrorists there to follow the Vice President here," said the Senate Hottie. "It would also embolden the enemy, undermine the troops, and a whole bunch of other things that I'll list on tonight's Hannity and Colmes."
Steve Young is author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" (www.greatfailure.com) and his "All The News That's Fit To Spoof" appears in L.A. Daily News opeds every Sunday. (www.dailynews.com/steveyoung)


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