Atlantic Wire, the newfangled Atlantic project to track opinion across the Web as new events unfold, has rounded up reactions to the news that former Vice President Dick Cheney is making some of his displeasures with President George W. Bush known. And opinionators are skeptical: pundits say Cheney is personally bitter over Scooter Libby, that he was shocked Bush had opinions of his own, and that Cheney's post-2008 conduct has made Bush look good. So even in his post-power reflexivity, Cheney gets about as much love as when he's out there bashing the new administration's national security policies.

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