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Dick Cheney Darth Vader
I needed a light hearted pardon the pun.. laugh.  Cheney was afraid that Terrorists would hack his heart, so he had the wire disconnected to prevent such a vindictive act.
This article was according to Time.  

Now first let me say, I really never believed the man had a heart.   Second, he can say terrorists all he wants but his real fear was probably the people who did not vote for this war criminal.  I can just see the chickenhawk now running and hiding behind walls with suspicion at every DFH or darker skinned person than he,( which would be most everyone) and tremble.

Before it was a plot point for the fictional vice president on Showtime’s Homeland, former Vice President Dick Cheney feared terrorists could hack his defibrillator.

In a “60 Minutes” interview to air Sunday, Cheney said his doctor disabled the wireless feature on his implanted heart device so that a terrorist couldn’t use it to somehow send a shock to his heart and induce cardiac arrest.

Cheney said he has seen the episode of Homeland in which a terrorist uses that method to kill the vice president and that he’d already known “from the experience we had … that it was an accurate portrayal of what was possible.”

Uh....what experience?   Did we do something else worse than waterboarding?

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I am not one to add stress to you old Torture lover, but uh...there are still tasers out there and you might want to stay in your undisclosed location for fear of those terrorists who might still try and hack your heart but I never heard of hacking pure coal.   It might beat but it is still a lump of coal pumping pure ice water.   Sounds like he is still a chicken.

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