Could Condoleezzabe the First Black President?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by givengrace, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. givengrace

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    I just got this E mail (yeah I had to change the wording a littlr bit) I wasn't sure to post it here or in the Funny's. All you dem's don't get MAD I'm only doing it for Fun.:wavey:

    You know what would really P O the Democrats...

    Bush should resign now.

    Then Dick Cheney becomes President (that would really P O the liberals)!!!

    Then he appoints Condoleezza Rice as VP.

    Then Cheney resigns two weeks later and Condoleezza Rice, A Republican,
    becomes the first BLACK President and the first WOMAN President !!!:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
  2. KenH

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    I like Condoleezza a lot. I backed the idea(even contributed money) to an effort to convince her to run for president in 2008. She is a realist in foreign policy, not a neocon. The Bush administration's foreign policy improved a lot in his second term as President Bush would actually listen to her advice while he ignored Colin Powell's advice when he was Secretary of State.
     
  3. Ed Edwards

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    Note to self: get safety belts for the chair I sit in to use my computer on the internet. One can never tell when one might need some help while laughing at some GOOD POST! Falling out of the chair while laughing at something funny -- one might hurt themselves with out the safety belt :1_grouphug:
     
  4. Rippon

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    I thought Bill Clinton was the first black President.And Edith Wilson was the de facto female President between --October 2,1919-March 4,1921.
     

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