Everyone here at the White House is a little nervous about Joe Biden's latest "gaffe," in which he appears to have told reporters and just about everyone else about what he thinks was Vice President Dick Cheney's "undisclosed location" after 9/11, because now the truth may have to be told.
The "undisclosed location" essentially the basement of the Vice President's Residence? Does that sound like a logical place for such a facility when Washington, DC is a prime target? Not if your vice president is an integral, important part of an Administration, which Dick Cheney definitely was.
No, what Joey B. described was more like an unused root cellar, lined with foil and World War II era radio equipment and bits and pieces of the "Battlestar Galactica" command deck, with the flashing lights and gew-gaws to make it look high-techy, that someone might have ordered built in February when he realized what a huge mistake he'd made and to make a certain expendable No. 2 feel important so he wouldn't bother to ask about the real undisclosed location.
But I'm just guessing.