The former Air Force Chief of Staff, fired in September for discussing plans to target-bomb Saddam Hussein, is thriving on the Washington dinner circuit, saying the same things. He also remains on the government payroll until Jan. 1, when his pension will jump $17,000 a year, to $75,900.
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