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malaise Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-05-05 03:49 PM
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9. Check out Condi's life
She was brought up to believe that you try to fit in without rocking the boat and achieve status and respectability. So while the rest of her people were caught up in the civil rights movement, she was ice skating and playing the piano oblivious and indifferent to reality. At Stanford she avoided her own and worked hard for inclusion.
There is no affair going on here. Condi is just delighted to be seen as an insider. In her mind, the President values her and takes her advice. She really believes that she is oh so important. Afterall she is the first Afro-American Secretary of State and is seen with 'all the important people'. Sadly she is hated by all the people she avoided and will never be seen as anything but a sell out. She is going down with them and I look forward to the day when I read that she attempted to enter some elite club and was turned away at the door. I already enjoyed watching her walking a few paces behind Il Dumbo and his Stepford wife as they arrived in Argentina.

I know a lot of Condi's - they exist in large numbers among educated middle class Afro West Indians. Did I say Fugg Condi.
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