Sorry Dick, but if you have spent the last 6 years citing 'Executive Privilege' as an excuse to not turn over visitor logs and meeting transcripts with energy CEO's, to now claim that your office is not a part of The Executive Branch once you realize the executive order Bush signed into law requires your office to turn over all documents you have deemed as 'classified' to the National Archives... that comes across as just a tad disingenuous and entirely contemptuous.

The fact that The Constitution of The United States, Article 2, Section A, Paragraph 1 states (and I quote):

The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be elected as follows
...well, that doesn't help your argument much.
The office of Vice President is a part of The Executive Branch (see above). Dick Cheney now claims it is a part of The Legislative Branch since The Vice President of the United States is to be the president of the Senate... (Article 1, Section 3, Paragraph D). The Senate is a part of The Legislative Branch.
Simply because The VP holds a position over the Legislative Branch does not make his office a part of it.
By this reasoning The President could consider his office a part of The Judicial Branch because it is The President who appoints judges to The Supreme Court (Article 2, Section 2, Paragraph B).
To call this 'flawed logic' is an insult to logic.
No, an introduction to and description of The VP's office is found in The Conststution under Article 2 which is dedicated to outlining The Executive Branch. Not in Articel 1 which outlines The Legislative Branch. If the authors of The Constitution meant for the VP office to be a part of The Legislative Branch then it would have listed that office under Article 1.
Plain and simple.

Ladies and gentlemen, citizens of The United States, readers from other countries: The United States of America is currently undergoing an attempted coup, from within. The elected establishment (specifically the Executive Branch) is attempting to undermine and rewrite The Constitution of The United States in order to expand it's powers beyond it's authority.

This is tantamount to Treason.

Treason: a violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state.

Dick Cheney twice took an oath to uphold The Constitution of The United States which he is now attempting to rewrite on his own accord. 'Upholding' and 'rewriting' are not synonymous. In fact, they are polar opposites.

Article 2, Section 4, Paragraph A:
The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the Unites States, shall be removed from office on Impeachment for, and conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.

This is an adequate site to begin reading, learning about, and understanding what actions you can take to support the impeachment of Dick Cheney.
The Rusty Nut still awaits correction in this and the previous post. Tell us where our facts and or conclusions are inaccurate. Hannity? O'Reilly? Rush? Colbert? Where are you guys?