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so how much does Cheney pay his staff ? he says none of your business.....


           OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT

           ---------------------------------------

       The Vice Presidency is a unique
  office that is neither a part of the
   executive branch nor a part of the
 legislative branch, but is attached by
the Constitution to the latter. The Vice
 Presidency performs functions in both
 the legislative branch (see article I,
 section 3 of the Constitution) and in
 the executive branch (see article II,
   and amendments XII and XXV, of the
Constitution, and section 106 of title 3
       of the United States Code).
        The annual legislative branch
 appropriations act (see, for example,
   Public Law 109-55) and the annual
 transportation-treasury appropriations
 act (see, for example, Public Law 109-
    115) provide funds for the Vice
 President to hire employees to assist
him in carrying out his legislative and
 executive functions. Executive branch
   employees also may be assigned or
 detailed to the Vice President (see 3
 [sign in to see URL]. 112) and the Vice President may
    employ consultants (see 3 [sign in to see URL].
    106(a)). The Office of the Vice
    President (OVP) consists of the
    aggregation of Vice Presidential
 employees whose salary is disbursed by
  the Secretary of the Senate from the
      Vice President's legislative
    appropriation, Vice Presidential
    employees employed with the Vice
  President's executive appropriation,
 employees assigned or detailed to the
Vice President, and consultants engaged
         by the Vice President.
       The numbers, titles and salaries
   of OVP personnel change with some
    frequency. The salaries of Vice
 Presidential employees whose salary is
disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate
 from the Vice President's legislative
 appropriation cannot exceed a maximum
 specified by law (see 2 [sign in to see URL]. 60a-1).
   The salaries of Vice Presidential
 employees whose salary comes from the
Vice President's executive appropriation
 also cannot exceed a maximum specified
by law (see 3 [sign in to see URL]. 106). The authority
 to appoint, administratively determine
     the pay of, and discharge Vice
 Presidential employees rests with the
           Vice President.
       The current duty station of all
    OVP positions is Washington, DC.
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They must get their checks straight from Haliburton like the dick chenny does Jan

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They don't grow em too bright in your neck of the woods do they?

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quote:

janvansis wrote:

           OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT

           ---------------------------------------

       The Vice Presidency is a unique
  office that is neither a part of the
   executive branch nor a part of the
 legislative branch, but is attached by
the Constitution to the latter. The Vice
 Presidency performs functions in both
 the legislative branch (see article I,
 section 3 of the Constitution) and in
 the executive branch (see article II,
   and amendments XII and XXV, of the
Constitution, and section 106 of title 3
       of the United States Code).
        The annual legislative branch
 appropriations act (see, for example,
   Public Law 109-55) and the annual
 transportation-treasury appropriations
 act (see, for example, Public Law 109-
    115) provide funds for the Vice
 President to hire employees to assist
him in carrying out his legislative and
 executive functions. Executive branch
   employees also may be assigned or
 detailed to the Vice President (see 3
 [sign in to see URL]. 112) and the Vice President may
    employ consultants (see 3 [sign in to see URL].
    106(a)). The Office of the Vice
    President (OVP) consists of the
    aggregation of Vice Presidential
 employees whose salary is disbursed by
  the Secretary of the Senate from the
      Vice President's legislative
    appropriation, Vice Presidential
    employees employed with the Vice
  President's executive appropriation,
 employees assigned or detailed to the
Vice President, and consultants engaged
         by the Vice President.
       The numbers, titles and salaries
   of OVP personnel change with some
    frequency. The salaries of Vice
 Presidential employees whose salary is
disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate
 from the Vice President's legislative
 appropriation cannot exceed a maximum
 specified by law (see 2 [sign in to see URL]. 60a-1).
   The salaries of Vice Presidential
 employees whose salary comes from the
Vice President's executive appropriation
 also cannot exceed a maximum specified
by law (see 3 [sign in to see URL]. 106). The authority
 to appoint, administratively determine
     the pay of, and discharge Vice
 Presidential employees rests with the
           Vice President.
       The current duty station of all
    OVP positions is Washington, DC.



Where does it say, in that article, that Cheney refuses to divulge the salaries of his employees?



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