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National Perspective

Cheney doesn't need Rumsfeld anymore

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / November 14, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- When President Bush and the two top Democrats in the House met with reporters on Thursday, Vice President Dick Cheney was largely silent, sitting impassively with his characteristic half-smile. "All three of us recognize that when you win, you have a responsibility to do the best you can for the country," declared Bush, apparently forgetting that the vice ... (Full article: 856 words)

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