Monday, July 24, 2006

What Am I Not Getting About Condi Rice?

Here we have a person who was the National Security Advisor, THE NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR! on whose watch Sept. 11th attacks happened as she blew off the warnings that they were likely to happen.

We have a person who was obviously engaged in extensive piano practice for her appearances with Yo Yo Ma during the time she was National Security Advisor, NOT the person in charge of postage stamp design. I'm talking easily four to six hours a day. She wasn't playing On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away with him.

We have a person who clearly lied to get the United States into a disastrous war in Iraq, who keeps lying to keep the United States in the disaster that the Bush regime has created in Iraq. Whose efforts have led to radicalized of people throughout the Middle East and who has presided over the worst hit the United States has taken in prestige since Vietnam if not never before.

We have her as Secretary of State presiding over a willfully nonfeasant response to the crisis between Israel and Lebanon. Well, that is if you don't count the speed up in bomb delivery to Israel, bound to help things. Get worse. As if the Arabs and Moslems don't have enough reason to hate us already.

My Lord, I haven't even begun to list her incompetence and lies. Yet Condi Rice is still given a complete pass by the media in the United States.

Once again, how criminally incompetent does a Republican have to be before the press goes after them at least as strongly as it did those members of the Clinton administration who were entirely exonerated of any wrong doing? The press was so diligent going after members of the Clinton administration they provided entirely fabricated quotes and incidents for them to report.

Am I the only one who has a problem with the freakin' National Security Advisor running over thier scales during the hours they are supposed to be protecting the People of the United States? I mean, I majored in piano in college but if she wanted to play piano she should have taken a less important day job.

Maybe you have to be a musician to understand the implications.

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