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Video With Cheney Fighting For Breath Leaves Mika Laughing
By Mark Finkelstein | April 04, 2011 | 09:36

Are you old enough to remember the polio-era line: “funny as an iron lung”? After all, what kind of person would find funny the notion of someone fighting to breathe?

Answer: Mika Brzezinski.

Today’s Morning Joe played a Letterman clip of a faux-promo for an imaginary TV show called “The Dick Cheney Story.” As the title song from the Mary Tyler Moore Show plays merrily in the background, we’re treated to images of Cheney wielding a gun, in a wheelchair and undergoing open-heart surgery. The clip closes with video of Cheney fighting to get a breath of air.

Cut to Mika, doubled-over, laughing hysterically, literally to the point of tears.
View video after the jump.

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20 Comments

  1. Perhaps Mika will let us in on the big joke. She can explain what she found so hilarious about images of Dick Cheney’s life threatening medical problems.

    Did she find Franklin Roosevelt’s confinement to a wheelchair similarly humorous, or did the notion of Ted Kennedy suffering and eventually dying from brain cancer give her a case of the giggles?

    If so, we can only imagine the pure ecstasy she must experience every time she sees JFK’s head explode when the Zapruder film is shown on TV, not to mention the grimace on Lee Oswald’s face a few days later when Jack Ruby murdered the 24 year old father of two little girls while he was handcuffed and in police custody.

  2. She probably peed herself uncontrollably for five minutes each on the Haiti and Japan earthquakes. And she must have roared watching everything wash out to sea in Indonesia a few years ago.

  3. ropelight says:
    4 April 2011 at 20:35
    Perhaps Mika will let us in on the big joke. She can explain what she found so hilarious about images of Dick Cheney’s life threatening medical problems.

    What we’re missing rope, this is the “sensitive, compassionate Left/Socialists/Communists/Progressive MSM”. Compassion abounds. They probably sent scorpions to Japan for the kids to play with after the Earthquake as a show of compassion.

  4. Cheney is a fascist MF, is responsible for the deaths of thousands and thousands of innocent people, if he dies, I will not shed a tear, he is a tyrannical, war profiteering filthy scoundrel, that will go down in history in the same category as Polpot, and Hitler, and others, is known around the world as such. He’s taken the breath from thousands of sincere (and duped) soldiers, children, mothers, grandmothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, wives, husbands, babies, and kept lying, as innocents kept dying. I have no remorse, and if he dies tomorrow, I will thank God. Not to mention that many thousands more will go through life disabled from the wars. His lies made him and the Bush family and fellow war profiteers many times more filthy rich. He is treasonous to America and humanity. If there is a hell, I’m sure he will discover it as his next destination. He can go to hell alright. If you still think he is anything other than a sociopath, you are delusional. I will look forward to him dying, and I’m sure many millions around the world will also. Believe it!

  5. Few will shed a tear for that treacherous bastard. Especially if you have looked honestly at the verifiable body of information regarding 9-11-01. I’m not alone. The numbers that see it my way far exceed your support of the vampire Cheney. I have insufficient words for my disgust of the son of a bitch.

  6. No, I don’t like looking at it either, but you all don’t seem to mind it going on, but just prefer not to look.

  7. Dick Cheney is more valuable than every single Socialist combined. Dick Cheney’s value is greater than 1. The combined value of all the world’s Socialists are zero raised to the infinity. And those who hold Socialist principles but claim not to be Socialists (as Dana has very clearly shown) are still Socialists.

  8. Not to worry. Darth Supercilious worships at the altar of PMSNBC, linking to it (whenever he feels the need to actually provide links to support his arse-pulls) at least as often as he links any other sycophantically and dishonestly leftist site. As Darth Supercilious has previously declared himself to be a centrist (what a hoot that was), I’m certain Darth Supercilious will consider PMSNBC to be a non-biased source for truth (and that is absolutely hilarious). Not to be outdone by Darth Supercilious, the insane one who has an oft-reopened thread dedicated to her insanity and inanity will claim that PMSNBC is a hyper-right-wing organization since it is, after all, owned by one of those evil entities called a Corporation. Nevermind the fact that Lawrence O’Donnell absolutely and unequivicably declared his own status as a Socialist and Chrissy Matthews peed down his leg when Teh Won became Prez and Keef Overbite was such an overbearing far-left shill that he got sh!tcanned and PMSNBC sold victory paraphernalia for the Empty Suit’s victory shuffle in DC where the trash was piled deep after the radical leftist orgy.

  9. I think Blubonnet has it pretty much right about the war rut that we have fallen into post WWII, with the killing, the torture, and the lying which are all part of this addiction of ours. Put that together with an exploitative economic system of the past few decades, and we have a nation collapsing as we speak. The values for which we are justly proud have been taking second place, overtaken by the lust for power and wealth being waged by a small collection of corrupt people who have the wherewithal to make their agenda a success.

    Even Obama now appears to me to have been sucked into this national abyss, as evidenced by his proclamation that Qadhafi must go. No one would like to see him go more than I, but Libya is not America, rather, it is a sovereign nation. If Libyan freedom fighters are willing to shed their blood to depose their leader, so be it. The same must be the case for each of the revolutions occurring throughout the Middle East at this historic moment in time. The revolution is theirs, not ours. Our only obligation is to protect Americans, that is, to assure their safe departure if they so request assistance.

    With regard to other American interests in the Middle East, we have agreements that we would expect to be kept by whatever governments emerge. Therefore it would be in our interest to establish normal relations with these new governments, so that these issues can be worked out amicably.

    The bottom line: We must exert appropriate effort not allow our addiction for war to overrule better judgment. I am not sure that even Obama gets this message yet!

    Along these lines of the American addiction to war, Steven M. Walt has written an excellent critique on this subject in Foreign Policy Magazine, which is very well worth the read. Following are the five reasons Walt gives for our war addiction:

    1. Because We Can.
    We have a “remarkably powerful military”!

    2. The U.S. Has No Serious Enemies.
    There are no post Cold War great powers nor any peer competitors who would entertain the idea of attacking us. “We do face a vexing terrorism problem, but that danger is probably exaggerated, is partly a reaction to our tendency to meddle in other countries, and is best managed in other ways.” Obama’s Libyan War makes no strategic sense, with the possible exception that it sends a message to other ME dictators that the blood bath route to preserving their power is not a viable solution according to the US and our allies in the Libyan effort.

    3. The All-Volunteer Force.
    This is a “war enabling” feature of our AVF. Moreover, this reduces public opposition to going to war, because no one is being forced to fight it.

    4. It’s the Establishment, Stupid.
    “A fourth reason we keep meddling all over the world is the fact that the foreign-policy establishment is hard-wired in favor of “doing something.” Foreign-policy thinking in Washington is dominated either by neoconservatives (who openly proclaim the need to export “liberty” and never met a war they didn’t like) or by “liberal interventionists” who are just as enthusiastic about using military power to solve problems, provided they can engineer some sort of multilateral cover for it.” Thus, this one covers the Bush neocons and the Obama “liberal interventionists”. So true!!! Compared with most Americans, these bipartisan policy wonks are a wealthy, privileged, highly educated group of people and most of them are personally insulated from the consequences of the policies they advocate. This, folks, is a dangerous feature of power within the beltway which is independent of elections!!!

    5. Congress Has Checked Out.
    “The authority to declare war is given to Congress, not the president, but that authority has been steadily usurped ever since World War II. Although the Constitution could not be clearer on this point, modern presidents clearly feel no constraints about ordering U.S. forces to attack other countries, or even to fully inform Congress as to what we might be doing in secret.” What ever happened to our checks and balances???

    The last point that I would make is that our addiction to war is exactly that which motivates our terrorist enemies. What else should we expect against the wealthiest, most powerful war making machine on earth, when said war machine keeps entering their sovereign boundaries at will, and protecting their enemies as well?

  10. “No one would like to see him go more than I, but Libya is not America, rather, it is a sovereign nation.”

    You are not suggesting that they have a right to control their borders and access to their county, are you? LOL

  11. Blubonnet says:
    4 April 2011 at 21:44 (Edit)
    No, I don’t like looking at it either, but you all don’t seem to mind it going on, but just prefer not to look.

    I did look.

  12. Perry:
    5. Congress Has Checked Out.
    “The authority to declare war is given to Congress, not the president, but that authority has been steadily usurped ever since World War II. Although the Constitution could not be clearer on this point, modern presidents clearly feel no constraints about ordering U.S. forces to attack other countries, or even to fully inform Congress as to what we might be doing in secret.” What ever happened to our checks and balances???

    Congress was not informed until they heard it in the news. For BO being an alleged Instructor Of The Constitution, he sure hs no clue what is in that document. And he can’t rely on wet behind the ears Ezra Klein that the Constitution was written over 100 years ago and hard to read and understand. And I really don’t untderstand the whole Libyan objective. It changes on BO’s whim. So, BO is making his own portfoilio of pictures like Blu posted, spending $40M a day, and we still don’t have a firm understanding why. At least Bush at first outlined Afghanistan after 9/11, sought UN amd Congressional OK on Iraq, BO didn’t do a damn thing. But like Powell told Bush, it’s a Pier On Policy, you break it, you own it, and now BO is pawning it off on NATO.

    No wonder he won the transparency award, we cna’t see or understand anything he does.

  13. York wrote, “No wonder he won the transparency award, we cna’t see or understand anything he does.”

    Victor Davis Hanson is thinking along similar lines. His “National Review” article of April 6, 2012 “A Middle East Policy in Shambles” puts the focus on one example of Obama’s miserable failures, albeit an important one.

    “Almost every promise, almost every reset proclamation from Barack Obama about the struggles against, and those within, the radical Muslim world has either been withdrawn or proven bankrupt.

    On the day the president announced his reelection bid, his administration renounced its loud promises to try Khalid Sheik Mohammed in a New York civilian court. While blaming Congress for the flipflop, Team Obama conceded that it had no public support for such a sensational courtroom drama — and knew that the trial of the mastermind of 9/11, a few blocks from the site of his mass murdering, might have endangered the president’s reelection.

    Consider the rest of the Bush-Cheney anti-terrorism protocols, all of which Senator Obama demagogued and promised to overturn, or at least curtail, if he was elected president. Yet Obama has now embraced military tribunals, kept Guantanamo open (and will probably put new prisoners in it), left the Patriot Act largely untouched, vastly expanded the Predator targeted-assassination program, continued renditions, declared preventive detention and the suspension of habeas corpus legal and necessary in the case of terrorists, surged in Afghanistan, and kept to the Bush-Petraeus-Maliki agreements on scheduled troop withdrawals from Iraq. President Obama assumes two facts: Such policies are critical in keeping us safe; and they can be embraced without worry over demagogic attacks by the likes of Senator Obama…”

  14. “On the day the president announced his reelection bid, his administration renounced its loud promises to try Khalid Sheik Mohammed in a New York civilian court. While blaming Congress for the flipflop, Team Obama conceded that it had no public support for such a sensational courtroom drama — and knew that the trial of the mastermind of 9/11, a few blocks from the site of his mass murdering, might have endangered the president’s reelection.

    Consider the rest of the Bush-Cheney anti-terrorism protocols, all of which Senator Obama demagogued and promised to overturn, or at least curtail, if he was elected president. Yet Obama has now embraced military tribunals, kept Guantanamo open (and will probably put new prisoners in it), left the Patriot Act largely untouched, vastly expanded the Predator targeted-assassination program, continued renditions, declared preventive detention and the suspension of habeas corpus legal and necessary in the case of terrorists, surged in Afghanistan, and kept to the Bush-Petraeus-Maliki agreements on scheduled troop withdrawals from Iraq. President Obama assumes two facts: Such policies are critical in keeping us safe; and they can be embraced without worry over demagogic attacks by the likes of Senator Obama…””

    This is true, sadly, indicating to me that a Senator does not understand the pressures that a President faces. I say ‘sadly’, because the initial mistake was attacking Iraq, which had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11, nor comprised any threat whatsoever to us. Obama started off with good intentions which he later discovered he could not fulfill. In my opinion, this has diminished the effectiveness of his Presidency.

  15. Perry:
    This is true, sadly, indicating to me that a Senator does not understand the pressures that a President faces. I say ‘sadly’, because the initial mistake was attacking Iraq, which had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11, nor comprised any threat whatsoever to us. Obama started off with good intentions which he later discovered he could not fulfill. In my opinion, this has diminished the effectiveness of his Presidency.

    Perry, I think this will surprise you, but Dana can verify, that prior to attacking Iraq, I had serious reservations and even wrote I was not for this. I had unanswered questions. I even contacted my congresscritter. But once we were there, I did support the program.

  16. Perry, there’s another way to explain Obama’s failure to live up to his campaign promises. You say Senator Obama might not have understood the complexities of the job he was seeking, but it’s also possible he knew it full well and was just lying his ass off to get elected.

  17. “Perry, there’s another way to explain Obama’s failure to live up to his campaign promises. You say Senator Obama might not have understood the complexities of the job he was seeking, but it’s also possible he knew it full well and was just lying his ass off to get elected.”

    Well, ropelight, he tried to close GITMO, but I believe there was not one state who would pony up to that. He seems to be living up to his word re Iraq, following the Bush exit plan. He took massive steps to keep the economy from total collapse, and was effective with that. He took it upon himself to put off budget Cheney/Bush stuff on budget, even though it made his deficits look much worse than he deserved to be blamed. He promised health care reform, and delivered. He promised education reform, and has delivered a beginning. He promised tax cuts for the middle, delivered, and on top of that, delivered for middle and wealthy by extending the Bush tax cuts. In 2.5 years, Obama and the Dems have a very impressive list of achievements.

    Let me just ask, give me a few issues which are important to you, and I will get back to you on here on what Obama and the Dems have or have not achieved.

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