Dick Cheney in a Cold, Dark Cell
Jim Finn • 2m 35s
Directed by Jim Finn • Documentary • 2009 • 3 minutes
River ice sets the scene for Judy Garland's international cri de coeur. It's hard to understate the amount of anxiety created by a vice president who usurped authority for eight years to start wars and wreck the economy and then sidled off to Wyoming to be a a retired Hero of the Right. Impunity is not just the stuff of autocratic dictatorships in the third world. The American form of impunity is going to get us all killed.
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