The closing statement just kills me, though: "He even voted for cop-killer bullets." That's a crock, right on its face. What Cheney voted against was a bill targeted at teflon-coated bullets such as those made by KTW. Unfortunately, KTW ammunition was not capable of penetrating bulletproof vests--nor was it designed to--it was meant for car windshield glass and doors. The bill was a broad ban on any ammunition capable of penetrating police body armor. This includes nearly all conventional rifle ammunition, which due to their high velocity, will penetrate most such armor. It was a bad bill as originally written.
(I like "Lethal Weapon 3" a lot, but its "cop-killer bullets" are as real as the X-ray-transparent "porcelain Glock 7" pistols of "Die Hard 2".)
I've come to expect the current ruling crowd within the Republican Party to continuously lie and spread hatred. No good purpose is served by adopting the same tactics to fight them. If you're going to attack a candidate's voting record, you need to distinguish votes on the issue from votes on construction.