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Vol. 19,  No.  4 Feb. 23 - Mar. 8, 2006



     
 

INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER

By JULES IRA RUBENSTEIN

We asked readers about their reactions to Vice President Dick Cheney’s hunting accident and how he handled it publicly.

“I’m not too concerned. Let’s just put it this way: if it was me and you hunting, would they worry about it? It was an accident. We’ll leave it at that.”

Ray Ortiz

“He handled this situation like he’s handled other situations in the past. He’s not good at [being] up front with what happened. They’ll never confront any problem head-on. If the media or the public say they should confront it, then they will.”

Melanie Penrhyn

“The news coverage was unfair to the American people. The coverage should be more in depth when it’s a serious matter like that. The details haven’t really been brought out.”

Ronald Marrero

“I’ve long since given up trying to figure out how certain members of the administration deal with … misfortunes or other political procedures. I’m starting to lose interest. Who knows what else is swept under the table.”

Rodney Chin

“He’s hiding something. It’s a consistent thing. They tell us what they want us to know. Who knows what the truth is.”

Sandra Atkins

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