Tuesday's Washington Post included my review of Vice: Dick Cheney and the Hijacking of the American Presidency by Lou Dubose and Jake Bernstein. My two favorite lines made the cut: 1) "They suggest he was an able congressman who worked closely with Democrats, and they regard him as a terrific defense secretary during both Operation Desert Storm and Operation Just Cause in Panama. (It was during the second U.S. war in Iraq -- one that might have been given the code name Operation Just 'Cause -- that things went south.)" 2) "A compelling case can be made that Cheney is a 21st-century Andrew Jackson who has told the country, in effect: 'Congress has made its decisions. Now let it enforce them.'"