Jamie Gorelick didn't come off well gesturing her hand while Dr. Rice was answering her question. Either you want a real answer to you question or you don't, Ms. Gorelick. I can guess the solution to that dilemma.
Why did the members of the commission badger a Bush advisor about responding to the attack on the USS Cole? That happened during the Clinton Administration.
If eighteen-year-old GIs, straight out of high school are expected to grasp the difference between tactics and strategy, surely Senator Bob Kerrey (an ex-GI himself) doesn’t require a seminar to understand the difference. Or does he?
“Answer the question!” “Senator, there is—“ “We don’t have time for one of your long answers, Doctor Clarke.” "Ewwww!" Okay she didn't say the last part.
Did Dr. Rice slip the silk-handled stiletto sweetly into Bob Kerrey’s chest regarding his own words on Iraq or what? It was the only time I laughed out loud.
Senator Thompson wondered whether the administration was short-changing attention to dangers other than Al Qaeda; Iranian nuclear ambitions, for example. Dr. Rice gave him a negative in her poised, even manner that’s typical for her.
My answer would have been: “Well if I didn’t have to waste my time talking to you clowns, I could be doing my job right now.” That’s why I’d never make in politics.
Dr. Rice, I salute you, Madam.