Insanity is when you keep making the same mistake again and again expecting a different out come. Condollleeezzza Rice was a failure then and would be an even greater failure now. Having seen this affirmative action case fail spectacularly under Bush, why, for heavens sake, Â would you expect a different outcome now?
Have we all forgotten Â how this clueless, quickly irritated moonbat stepped in front of the microphones when Â Newsweep Â -wrongly- reported that a Koran was kicked into a toilet in Gitmo, which Â caused Muslim riots around the world?
Is there absolutely no journalistic memory of her idiotic, desperate statement that Â “Disrespect for the Holy Koran is not now, nor has it ever been, nor will it ever be, tolerated by the United States. We honor the sacred books of all the world’s great religions. Disrespect for the Holy Koran is abhorrent to us all.”
Â Oh how I wish I had the video, or at least a voice recording.Â Â Muslim riots? Out goes theÂ first amendment. Â Condi was in over her head.
But don’t take my word for it:
“A reliable source has informed me that Condoleeza Rice has approved a new lexicon for State Department usage, absolutely forbidding the use of the terms “jihad” and “jihadist” by any State Department official.” —Robert Spencer
Ah yes, and she insisted in callingÂ Hamas Â a “resistance group”.
No, this twit was no friend of Israel: Â Condi Rice as Mitt’s Veep? Is she so different than Obama on Israeli-Palestinian talks?
Condi Rice & the Bush Administration Â (by that time) had nearly seven years to educate itself, and then to help educate those whose duty it is to instruct and to protect, in the nature of Islam, and in the meaning, and instruments, and goals, of Jihad. It has failed completely to do so.
There is just no excuse for her blunders, so full of ignorance and Â stupidity that makes me shudder.Â We should be deeply disturbed that people like Condi are making world policy. She should not hold any position of power, she is simply not capable.
So she is ‘pro-choice?’ Good grief, get over it. That’s the least of what’s wrong with this twat.
Daniel LarisonÂ put it this way:
Rice did a lousy job as National Security Adviser and Secretary of State, and she has the unusual distinction of being distrusted and disliked by many neoconservatives, most realists, and all non-interventionists in almost equal measure. She is closely associated with an administration that was widely regarded as incompetent in the conduct of foreign policy, and she helped to craft one of the least successful foreign policy records of any postwar administration. Those are her qualifications in the area in which she is considered an expert.
On everything else, her policy views are either out of step with the majority of her party or unknown, and she has never run for office at any level. Romney certainly needs someone to make up for his lack of foreign policy experience and knowledge, but Rice would be one of the worst conceivable people to have in that role.