Condi, Stop Smoking That Crack
Listen to Spike Lee throw down:
"People say, 'She's so successful' and 'Look at her position as a black woman.' She is a black woman who grew up in Birmingham, Ala., and said that she never experienced a day of racism in her life," Lee tells the April issue of Stuff magazine.
"Condi, stop smoking that crack!"
The consternation for Condi is coming from all sides now, and even Sandra Day O'Connor is calling out the dictatorship. I have a feeling there's a word that makes Condi twitch when she hears it- INDICTMENT. Hey, you made your bed, you sleep in it. If Bush goes down, you go, too. But, there's always those lucrative consulting and speaking gigs ahead, and those will buy a lot of shoes. Nothing like falling uphill, huh?
Just to be fair, here's what Condi's fans have to say:
Rice challenges expectations and assumptions. There is undeniable authority in her long black jacket with its severe details and menacing silhouette. The darkness lends an air of mystery and foreboding. Black is the color of intellectualism, of abstinence, of penitence. If there is any symbolism to be gleaned from Rice's stark garments, it is that she is tough and focused enough for whatever task is at hand.
How about that. Some Republicans just love their dominatrix Secretary of State. But, wait, didn't they deride Hillary Clinton for the all the same characteristics? I guess what's good for the goose ain't good for the gander. It sure is funny how Republicans can contradict themselves into next Tuesday, and never sense the gears grinding. Oh, well, c'est la vie.