Monday, September 25, 2006

Cheney speaks at GV Armory

Caught Truscott in another lie...

WYOMING -- Vice President Dick Cheney landed at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport at 3 p.m. and spoke at the Grand Valley Armory on 44th Street shortly thereafter.

The vice president is here to honor the troops and raise some money for senatorial candidate Michael Bouchard.

More than 1,000 National Guard members from the 126th Calvary Regiment were at the Armory but one notable Michigan Republican - gubernatorial candidate Dick DeVos - was not.

It was one month ago when DeVos took President Bush to task for not paying enough attention to the sagging auto industry. The DeVos campaign denies he is avoiding Cheney.

Here is John on Friday-

"We have nothing to do with the Cheney visit on Monday," Truscott said. "It's a completely different issue. He's coming in for other people. We have our own campaign schedule to keep. We won't even be in Grand Rapids on Monday."

Here is John today-

DeVos Campaign Manager John Truscott told 24 Hour News 8 DeVos will be in town, to receive an endorsement from the Michigan Association of Realtors, about the same time the Vice President will be at the fundraiser for Bouchard.


Do these guys ever tell the truth? About anything?