Skip to comments.CONDI COUNTERS HILL'S OSAMA JAB
Posted on 02/13/2006 3:08:27 PM PST by presidio9
Condoleezza Rice yesterday became the latest administration official to fire back at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who last week ridiculed the White House's failure to nab Osama bin Laden despite his being "the tallest man in Afghanistan." The secretary of state noted on ABC's "This Week" that President Bill Clinton didn't get the 6-foot-5 him in the '90s
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Godd shot! I doubt MSM will follow up on that, and reveal the Clintons' total failure, and the real cause of 3,000 American people murdered by Osama, celebrated by devote muslims the world over.
Its about time Republicans started shoving Hillarys crap back down her throat. Next thing I would like to hear Dr. Rice say is " What Plantation do you think they found me on Witch." With a B.
I'm beginning to warm up to Condi.
What a catfight 2008 would be with Condi and the Beast going at it. "In this corner"..... funny stuff.
And even more amusing would be the MSM trying to figure out some way to beat up a BLACK... WOMAN who is contending for Leader of the Free World. What could possibly be wrong with a Black and a Woman all rolled into one.
Oh, I forgot. She's a Republican. That's it! Evil.
Keep in mind that her pro-choice stance would prevent her from winning an election.
Dang that sucks when facts get in the way!
The 44th President of the United States! WOW!
It did not stop Clinton from winning. I think she's waffled enough on abortion that unless the Dems run a pro-lifer, she'll take the conservative vote.
And frankly, I'd trust Condi on abortion more than I would a pro-life Democrat. Pro-life Democrats are 9 times out of 10 a fraud.
When it comes to abortion, the sole issue is who she'd appoint to the Supreme Court. That's the only input the Pres. has on abortion. If I could be persuaded that she'd appoint conservatives in the mould of Roberts and Alito, I would not have a problem with her in that regard.
Never, ever, happen.
You and I are not having an abortion debate, so there is no reason for you to justify Rice for me. If she is nominated, I will vote for her. But she will still lose. She has not "waffled" on the abortion issue. Like Hillary Clinton, she claims to find abortion distasteful, but she is solidly pro choice. She has referred to the pro-life movement as "the other side." I'm sure the idea of a black woman conservative candidate is every FReeper's fantasy, but it should NOT be Rice. Al Gore camethisclose to winning in 2000, and there are plenty of Republicans who will vote Right To Life party before they vote for a pro-choice candidate. If you want to see Hillary Clinton in the White House, the best thing we can do is to nominate Condoleezza Rice.
That is exaztly what I was thinking when I posted. LOL,,I love Condi
Pro-choice? Really? Quotes or links, please.
Why do you say that? Don't kill my dream,,lol.
They have before, and they will again. For many of these people, this is the most important issue in American politics today. I know several Catholic Republicans who say they would be Democrats were it not for the abortion issue. From a strict political standpoint, the point is not to argue with them, but to get busy thinking about a candidate who can win.
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