Political Decorum and Dick Cheney's Expletive When Vice President Dick Cheney used a vulgarity to tell Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy what he could go do with himself in the Senate this week, it created quite a stir in the Capital. NPR's Andrea Seabrook gets a little perspective on the week's "vocabulary malfunction" with the help of Chicago Tribune columnist Amy Dickinson and Rutgers Political Science Professor Ross Baker.
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Political Decorum and Dick Cheney's Expletive

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Political Decorum and Dick Cheney's Expletive

Political Decorum and Dick Cheney's Expletive

Political Decorum and Dick Cheney's Expletive

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When Vice President Dick Cheney used a vulgarity to tell Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy what he could go do with himself in the Senate this week, it created quite a stir in the Capital. NPR's Andrea Seabrook gets a little perspective on the week's "vocabulary malfunction" with the help of Chicago Tribune columnist Amy Dickinson and Rutgers Political Science Professor Ross Baker.