War criminal watch

Condi Rice checks in:

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Fox’s Brian Kilmeade this morning in which the two discussed everything from the midterm election results to President Barack Obama‘s willingness to work with a Republican-dominated Congress, to political ads during the campaign season that had certain racial connotations.

Rice said she was “appalled” by ads run by the Georgia Democratic Party that warned of more Ferguson-like events if Republicans were elected.

While acknowledging that there are still racial tensions in America, she said America is still “the best place on Earth to be a minority” and that the country has made “enormous progress” over the years on race relations.

“The idea that you would play such a card and try fear-mongering among minorities, just because you disagree with Republicans, that they’re somehow all racist, I find it appalling, I find it insulting, and as a Republican black woman from the South, I would say to them, ‘Really? Is that really the argument that you’re going to make in 2014?’”

Just keep reminding yourself: She lives in a very sturdy bubble.

H/t The Law Office of Edward Tayter.

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  1. Some more war criminals. There were several large explosions in Gaza today which targeted Fatah (PLO) officials. Hamas condemned the violence at the same moment the Zionists were blaming Hamas for being behind it. Fatah crapped in its pants and then cancelled a scheduled meeting in Gaza with Hamas concerning the reunification of the two groups. It’s no secret that the Zionists have been undermining the Hamas/Fatah reunification effort from the very beginning. Now who do you suspect actually set those bombs off in Gaza? In related news: Jordan, who is in charge of the Holy Sites on the Mount, recalled it’s ambassador to Israel over the continuing violence there; and Sweden formally recognized the State of Palestine and the 1967 borders.

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