Gellman and Becker focus on three areas of policy in which Cheney has made his considerable presence felt: defence, the economy and the environment; in other words, torture, tax cuts and pollution – all of which he has worked tirelessly to promote.This one's a close call - Prince has packed a heck of a lot of badness into his 38 years, but Cheney wins, I think, simply because of his reach. Vice(?) Presidents have the tools to achieve so much more than even he hardest working mercenary generals.
Of course, given a few more years maybe Prince will equal Dick. But hopefully not; hopefully, given a few more years, they'll both be languishing in the same prison cell.