Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson: Condoleeza Rice

 

In this wide ranging interview, Peter Robinson and the former Secretary of State discuss Iran, Israel, Iraq, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Aretha Franklin. 

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    @GusMarvinson

    Another fascinating interview. One of the more profound statements, to my mind, was the fear communist regimes have of undertaking reform because they do not want “another Gorbachev.” That is a startling admission they make about the inability of their system to withstand the scrutiny necessary in reform.

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    @DavidWilliamson

    What a classy lady, and such a contrast with our present Secretary of State and National Security adviser (can’t even remember who the latter is at the moment).

    Elections do have consequences.

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    @GusMarvinson
    David Williamson: What a classy lady, and such a contrast with our present Secretary of State and National Security adviser (can’t even remember who the latter is at the moment).

    Elections do have consequences. · 1 minute ago

    And yet another Bush Administration book to be added to my library. All foreign policy related, I might add.

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    @CalLawton

    Be still my beating heart … no, not you, Peter.

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    @Kervinlee

    What an admirable figure Dr. Rice is, and how admirably she served her country.

    “Freedom is the inalienable right of every man, woman and child.” Put me down for that.

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    @DanielPerez

    Now that´s what I call a woman! She didn´t deserve that terrible portrayal given by Thandie Newton in W.

    Excellent interview as always.

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    @StephenBishop

    Excellent.

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