Yesterday there were a string of stupid farewell speeches that were all equally boring (Biden's, Clinton's and Bush's--I think his was at the State Department, but I could be wrong). Anywho, Bush actually said (as he's so prone to do) that history would look at Condi Rice as one of the greatest Sec of States ever. To which he was greeted with huge applause. Did I miss something? When, ever, did she do anything of positive significance? Maybe I'm having selective memory here. Any help?
She probably helped big oil.................remember she had a oil tanker named after her.
I think people still think that they work for Americans...............I don't know why......wishfull thinking most likely.