Thursday, March 27, 2008

THIS JUST IN...CONDI RICE WOULD CONSIDER VICE!

Condaleeza Rice will consider Vice with John McCain...click here

9 comments:

McQ said...

Sure, they might have a black guy and a woman running for president. But....BAM! We have a twofer. Vote republican!

Nikki said...

Wouldn't that be hilarious to kick out the first female black Vice President and possibly President as a republican...I am giddy. And she is indeed more qualified than the other 2 historical figures. :)N

Mike said...

I think I just threw up in my mouth. No, wait, it's all over my shirt. :)

Are the Republicans simply not able to find anyone who isn't tied to Pappy Bush?

Nikki said...

LOL! If the republicans found someone who wasn't a Bushie...they'd be a Clinton! sorry about the gagging...I aim to GAG! :)N

Freadom said...

It sure would be nice to have a non-politician in the White House. And she's certainly got the brains, graduating from college with honors at a very young age.

namaste said...

you know i actually like condi because of the way she's fulfilled her obligation during the bush administration. she has been the consumate professional, taking a lot of heat for the actions and words of a very idiotic boss. i'd vote republican if she were on the ticket.

:) ~m

ba and the boys said...

your dreams do come true nikki!

Anthony Palmer said...

Condi would be an ideological coup for the GOP. And I don't think Condi would be anyone's VP except McCain's. She'd be tough to debate. And even though Bush's Iraq policy is hanging around her neck, she is not really as "tainted" as the other members of the Bush administration in the minds of voters. She'd run circles around Hillary in a debate.

If McCain's smart, he would pick her over Romney, Huckabee, or anyone else.

Nikki said...

Anthony, I think so too. I am hoping McCain is reading my blog, haha. I think both McCain and Rice would kick some booty in the debates. Obama doesn't seem so polished on foreign policy. I put a clip up a while ago with Charles Gibson calling out Obama in a debate on his FP and telling him his answer described the Bush Doctrine. It was hilariuous to watch the back peddling. I think he is hanging out with Romney at the moment to mend some right wing fences. Which I find comical because had the far right supported Romney in the first place McCain never would have gotten momentum. too little too late. They were probably the ones who gave the flip flop label.
Thanks for the comment! :)N