One source admitted: "Condi was fully vetted to become Mitt Romney's running mate…
Mitt thought she would add much needed foreign policy experience to the ticket, thinks she is incredibly bright and he knew she would help with the all important female vote and African American support." And Mitt would be right!
And believes a man or woman is entitled to marry whomever they want?
So, essentially, she wasn't selected because she wasn't bigoted!!
“Well, this is a little different welcome than the first time that I came to work at the State Department,” she said after being greeted by cheers from employees.
“Now, there’s a lesson in that: Be good to your interns,” she quipped.
However, while at university she realized that she did not have it in her to become a professional musician, and chose to study international politics instead.A word of advice from Condoleezza Rice: “Be good to your interns.” As the newly confirmed Secretary of State started her first day on the job Thursday, Rice, 50, recalled how 28 years ago she entered the same Washington, D.C., building – as an intern in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.Left, right, middle, apolitical — anyone familiar the former Secretary of State knows she is a brilliant thinker with a ton of foreign policy experience.She would unquestionably help gain support from female and African American demographics. So why would he pass her up for the far less revered — though admittedly super, duper dreamy — Congressman from Wisconsin, Paul Ryan?“My parents never said that because blacks can’t do this (or that, it) means there is something wrong with you,” she told a Knight-Ridder reporter in 1990. It is absolutely possible for you to do anything you want to do, and pretty soon America is going to wake up to that.” Rice is expected to undertake her first overseas venture as Secretary of State next week, going to Europe, the Middle East and possibly other regions.