I don't usually link to Wonkette. But I can't resist, for two reasons. First, because I'm writing a book about a crime for which I believe Dick Cheney holds the ultimate culpability.
That, and I'm listening to the book, 31 Days, which is, among other things, about how a young Dick Cheney, during the Nixon-Ford transition, developed a life-long fixation on reclaiming unlimited executive power for the Presidency. A lot of the book--really, one of the central issues of the book--describes the fight over who owned Nixon's papers and whether it was right for Al Haig to try to spirit them out of the White House while no one was looking.
He was a pretty smart lad, young Dick was. Learned some lessons he would never forget.
You see, this is the Naval Observatory--where Dick and his wife the harpie live. And that truck? It belongs to the Mid-Atlantic Shredding Services.