Monday, May 22, 2006
'Do As I Say, Not As I Do'
My jaw dropped when I read this bit from a report on Condoleezza Rice's commencement address at Boston College.
She drew scattered applause when she discussed what she called a "commitment to reason," or an obligation to test and challenge their own views. "There is nothing wrong with holding an opinion and holding it passionately," Rice said, "but at those times when you are absolutely sure you're right, go find someone who disagrees.""And then destroy his wife's career as a deep-cover CIA agent as a side effect of trying to discredit him," she did not add.
Maybe Rice and McCain are in some bizarre competition to see who can give the most psychopathological commencement address. And the winner gets a new war.
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