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  • Murph 65 2012/07/13 16:03:42
    Yes, I agree.
    Murph 65
    +8
    I certainly do agree, and have always liked Ms. Rice. She is one smart cookie.

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  • relic Peewee ... 2012/07/13 17:27:11
    relic
    +2
    The media is going to crucify any and all republicans. Republicans have to run against an opponent AND the MSM in America.
  • Samantha relic 2012/07/13 18:11:37
    Samantha
    You mean the corporate-owned media.
  • relic Samantha 2012/07/13 18:21:40
    relic
    Sorry, but "corporate-owned" is superfluous Lib-speak. Adds nothing, and fails as an argument.
  • Samantha relic 2012/07/13 18:22:30
    Samantha
    No, it doesn't fail; the U.S. media is owned, in total, by a handful of U.S. corporations including defense contractors. My argument is solidly based on fact.
  • relic Samantha 2012/07/13 18:26:26
    relic
    +1
    You didn't pose any argument, you tried deflection. FAIL.
  • Samantha relic 2012/07/13 18:29:25 (edited)
    Samantha
    No, I didn't. As I stated, correctly, the U.S. media is owned by a handful of U.S. corporations. That's a fact. Of course, conservatives hate facts, science and reason.

    http://www.savetheinternet.co...

    Massive corporations dominate the U.S. media landscape. Through a history of mergers and acquisitions, these companies have concentrated their control over what we see, hear and read. In many cases, these companies are vertically integrated, controlling everything from initial production to final distribution. In the interactive charts below we reveal who owns what.
  • Lee Samantha 2012/07/14 23:39:03
    Lee
    And then there's the fact that Mighty M*tt is full of Sh*t
  • Peewee ... relic 2012/07/13 18:31:14
    Peewee ~PWCM~
    +1
    You know it.
  • Kane Fernau 2012/07/13 17:05:08
    Yes, I agree.
    Kane Fernau
    +3
    Condi would be a great choice.
  • JT For Political Reform 2012/07/13 17:01:52
    Sound off...
    JT For Political Reform
    +1
    She probably would make a good VP, but seeing that she already saw enough under the Bush administration, I would think she would say thanks, but no thanks.
  • Stardust 2012/07/13 16:58:22
  • relic Stardust 2012/07/13 17:11:27
    relic
    +3
    Wouldn't she be great? I'll certainly vote for her.
  • Stardust relic 2012/07/13 17:12:04
  • Mel Stardust 2012/07/13 17:32:28
    Mel
    Yes then she can start another unjustified war huh?
  • JohnT 2012/07/13 16:56:35 (edited)
    No, I disagree.
    JohnT
    +4
    I like the lady but after reading the 911 commission report and seeing many things that were overlooked by those in charge, I don't think so.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • Sissy JohnT 2012/07/13 17:40:10
    Sissy
    +1
    That was my point too JohnT. As I said too, while she is very intelligent, likeable, well educated, she still would not do or say what needed to be said and done when it really mattered. Romney will grovel to the Right if god forbid he wins, and I don't see her doing any push-back either.
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/07/13 16:56:26
    Yes, I agree.
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +2
    She is correct but must say that damn near everyone has better and more relevant experience than Obama and he has proven his incompetence completely
  • Waldorf 2012/07/13 16:47:04
    Sound off...
    Waldorf
    +3
    Rice has never run for elected office and probably is not interested in exposing herself to dirty politics and personal attacks. She was roughed up well enough when working for GW Bush.
  • DavidK 2012/07/13 16:40:32
    Yes, I agree.
    DavidK
    +3
    EXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE, EXPERIENCE! She would do a far better job then Obama and Biden combined! She like Mitt Romney are TRUE Americans! The combination of these two would bring back America to where we belong in the 8 years they would be in the White House. EVERYONE even thos naive liberals would benefit by this choice!
  • relic DavidK 2012/07/13 17:13:29
    relic
    +3
    Even your Avatar pup would be far better than what we have now.
  • Dave**Gay for Girls** 2012/07/13 16:36:36
  • relic Dave**G... 2012/07/13 17:14:54
    relic
    +3
    Who's the 1% in Oslime's administration? I can't think of a single one that has any qualifications to hold their position. ;-)
  • Dave**G... relic 2012/07/13 17:15:36
  • relic Dave**G... 2012/07/13 17:22:54
  • Lee Dave**G... 2012/07/14 23:39:31
    Lee
    . . . Too bad that Mighty M*tt is full of Sh*t
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/07/13 16:29:37
  • ProudProgressive 2012/07/13 16:12:58
    No, I disagree.
    ProudProgressive
    +6
    As a general rule, war criminals don't make the best candidates.
  • Dave**G... ProudPr... 2012/07/13 16:33:02
  • Samantha Dave**G... 2012/07/13 18:13:16 (edited)
    Samantha
    http://www.theatlantic.com/po...

    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.

    Observing that Peggy Noonan has just lauded Rice for being a woman of "obvious and nameable accomplishment," Larison added:

    Which accomplishment would that be? Completely failing to do a competent job as National Security Adviser? Presiding over the worst period of U.S.-Russian relations since the Cold War? Facilitating Hamas' takeover of Gaza? Advising Bush as he embarked on one of...
    http://www.theatlantic.com/po...

    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.

    Observing that Peggy Noonan has just lauded Rice for being a woman of "obvious and nameable accomplishment," Larison added:

    Which accomplishment would that be? Completely failing to do a competent job as National Security Adviser? Presiding over the worst period of U.S.-Russian relations since the Cold War? Facilitating Hamas' takeover of Gaza? Advising Bush as he embarked on one of the greatest debacles of post-WWII U.S. foreign policy? Helping to shape one of the most disastrous foreign policy records of modern times? Take your pick. No one can take any of that away from her.
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  • Dave**G... Samantha 2012/07/13 18:23:38
  • Samantha Dave**G... 2012/07/13 18:24:49
    Samantha
    +2
    I didn't think you could refute the fact that Rice's was part of a presidency that was a complete failure.
  • DavidK ProudPr... 2012/07/13 16:42:00
    DavidK
    +4
    More reason to get rid of Obama!
  • Primitive Christian 2012/07/13 16:09:52
    Yes, I agree.
    Primitive Christian
    +4
    I think she would make a great choice. However unless something has changed over the last few weeks she claims she doesn't want the job and would turn down the offer if made.
  • wildcat 2012/07/13 16:05:39 (edited)
    Sound off...
    wildcat
    +2
    she would be an excellent running mate for Mitt Romney that way we could have two flip flops on the same ticket.
  • DavidK wildcat 2012/07/13 16:44:04
  • wildcat DavidK 2012/07/13 18:09:47
    wildcat
    +1
    She has said on two different occasions that she doesn't want to be Vice-President
  • DavidK wildcat 2012/07/14 06:54:23
    DavidK
    So? Obama is still going to lose no matter who he selects.
  • wildcat DavidK 2012/07/15 02:26:54
    wildcat
    November is a long time off. Remember you all said Obamacare would be overturned too.
  • DavidK wildcat 2012/07/15 06:43:46
    DavidK
    I promise it will be
  • wildcat DavidK 2012/07/15 09:19:38
    wildcat
    with your promise and 75 cents I can get a cup of coffee

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