Sunday, July 06, 2008

Rice Audtioning For New Role of Aricept Spokesperson

As far as legacies go, I guess, you go with the one ya brung ...

And Condi Rice has a death grip on hers, and her work husband, The Commander Guy

Condoleezza Rice Says She's `Proud' of Decision to Invade Iraq

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she's ``proud'' of the U.S. decision to wage the Iraq war and insisted that the world is not more dangerous than it was when George W. Bush took office.
And, from Think Progress;

“We tend to forget very quickly what Saddam Hussein meant. … In the post 9/11 environment, you couldn’t let a threat to international peace and stability like that remain.” She added:
Yes, it’s been very, very tough. But I know that great historical events go through difficult phases and often emerge with the world left for the better. And I am proud of the decision of this administration to overthrow Saddam Hussein. I am proud of the liberation of 25 million Iraqis.
You can go over to Think Progress to see how forgetful Rice has become.

How's about that "liberation" ... How's that coming?

Key Iraqi Leaders Deliver Setbacks to U.S.; Premier Rejects Terms of Proposed Pacts; Cleric Reactivates Militia

And the guy that wants to pick up the Court-Appointed President's (h/t Barry Crimmins) third term;

McCain defends '100 years in Iraq' statement

A country in shambles and a guy that wants to keep it in shambles for another century

Yeah, that's some legacy, alright ...

Bonus Condi Gems

Top Ten Cloves: Ways White House Is Thinking About To Help Condoleezza Rice Remember Meetings She Attends

Our Girl Condi Gets A Theme Song - Neocons and Lovers

The Condoleezza Rice Ballroom Dancing & Charm School; Or: Shopping For A Legacy on Cyber Monday

1 comment:

GDAEman said...

Any advice on how to get David Addington to remember his discussions about torture while he visited Guantanmo as Cheney's chief lawyer?

Addington needs to be prosecuted for war crimes.