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Condi Rice on the Daily Show

I find it REALLY telling that John Stewart did not ask, "So based on what we know today, who else should we invade?" Condi shows that she still believes in intervention and John Stewart shows us that when you are not against intervention as a matter of policy principle, then you've got nothing but side complaints.

3 Part Interview....

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-november-1-2011/exclus...




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I wonder if she feels guilty or not.

All this stuff about terrorism is just B.S. It was about oil.

There is not evidence to ever

There is not evidence to ever suggest that.

Watch the interview... no she does not feel guilty or even

remorseful or even sad to see Gaddafi gone or much of anything other than ..... 'we did the best we could with what we had and sorry to see that the intel was not right' -- no questioning of how the intel got it so wrong, no questioning of ANY of her basic premises ....

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I watched it.

She's an incredibly gifted liar, and altogether elegant. It's hard to believe what a psychopath she really is. That's why I said, I wonder if she feels guilty.

It is a moot point, I know. I just want to believe some of these Bush people can't sleep at night knowing what they've done.

I don't think she is a psychopath and I don't think that we in

the R3VOLution (love) ought to be throwing around psychological terms like that, as if we know what we are talking about. Its a conversation killer. I can't stand that when leftists do that with Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman. And I can't stand that when we do it.....

What she is is very intelligent. Moreover, she has accepted all the neocon premises for war, for invasion. She has also been on the front lines of making those arguments...which is to say, when you are in the interventionist waters, deep in the middle of it, swimming in it, fighting for it, its very hard to gain our perspective from the constitutional shores.

But I can certainly agree with you that it is truly disappointing that with 3 years off, and time to write a book, her scholarship did not bring her to reevaluate everything from top to bottom.

But I can't fault the Sec of State. Only ONE has ever rose to that challenge.

Indeed, I can only think of ONE MAN who actually has been able to do this 180 degree turn around in mental thinking thru, and to see this watch this:

"The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara" is a 2003 American documentary film

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I hold her responsible for helping to get us into these wars

And that took a lot of lying.

The ramifications for her work are deadly. War footage is gruesome. No, she didn't personally go over to Iraq and rip children's eyes out...but she was key to the war machine, and the people at the top are most responsible for these casualties. Moreso than the soldiers. So I collectively call those neocons psychopaths, in an effort to be accurate.

Psychopathy (/saɪˈkɒpəθi/[1][2]) is a mental disorder characterized primarily by a lack of empathy and remorse, shallow emotions, egocentricity, and deceptiveness.

If she is indeed a psychopath...

then I doubt she'd feel guilty about anything she has done.

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