Laura Ingraham hosted former Vice-President Dick Cheney, author of Heart.
Cheney spoke about the pump that kept him alive for 20 months until he could get a heart transplant. He said none of these devices existed when he had his first heart attack when he was in his 30s. He had anticipated that he would die of congestive heart failure and over time was at peace, even with his restrictions.
Cheney is concerned that the rough start to ObamaCare doesn't bode well for the kind of health care people will get.
Cheney said he hasn't been involved with classified information since he left the White House and also can't speak about classified data from when he was in the Bush administration.
Cheney feels Senator Marco Rubio is a developing talent for the GOP and that the party needs to be rebuilt.
Cheney said we are in a dangerous world, even as the specter of 9/11 fades. He said we can't afford to ignore the rest of the world as there are many dangers afoot. He feels the Middle East is still the locus of danger. He thinks there was significant progress in Iraq after the surge and that he regrets that residual troops weren't left in place to keep law and order.
Cheney said that the GOP has to do better in party outreach and organization.