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Condoleeza Rice

Asked for further information about the Secretary of State’s trip to the UK, the PMOS said she would be meeting the Prime Minister and the Foreign Secretary on Friday.

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  1. Hi Mrs.Condoleeza Rice
    My name is Kylee(9yrs/4th grade) and I am writing a report for Black History Month. I have choosen you as the person I would most like to write my report on.
    Would you have time to send me some information which I could put in my report.

    Thank You
    Kylee Miles Kodiak, Alaska

    Comment by Kylee Miles — 23 Feb 2005 on 5:24 am | Link
  2. Hi Mrs.Condoleeza rice,
    My name is Ojo.O.Adebayo,i live in far africa,and i have red your biography,i would like you to be my mentor because you are a woman of substance.
    But something is missing that is i like to know your program for africa,in terms of political conflicts,poverty alleviation,and education,and the drastic refusal of america visa to africa,most expecially,student visa which i fall in that category.
    And i will like to know when you will visit africa,because i wish i could meet you one day.and i stiil congratulate you ones again.
    hope to hear from you soon.Thanks.

    Comment by ojo oluwashola adebayo — 2 Mar 2005 on 9:41 am | Link
  3. It is pitiful to see this educated lady being a parrot for the Bush Administration. Is there anything they could say or do which she would not endorse? To read that she enthusiastically supports the nomination of Bolton is to make one feel like vomiting. Bolton’s nomination is nothing but a kick in the teeth (that’s not really where I mean…} to the UN, pure revenge for their failure to endorse Bush’s detestable aggression against Iraq. It would be hard to find anyone less suitable for this post than Bolton. Next will she endorse Tom Delay, and say it does not matter if he takes money from lobbyists and carves up Texas so no Democrats can be elected?

    Comment by Anton Kuerti — 27 Apr 2005 on 7:55 am | Link
  4. Hi Condoleeza Rice,
    I’m 17 yrs old and I’d really love to study Political Science and Economics at uni. That’s quite similar to what you did and I find it really motivating to see someone like you achieve so much in life. I’m a preacher’s kid aswell so I feel we have something in common! I live in the United Kingdom and I just wanted you to know that I greatly admire you. I believe you’re a woman of principle and values. Your christian faith is most evident to me and it’s such a great thing to have children of God in positions of great influence. I wish you ALL THE BEST for the future and every blessing in your very demanding job.

    Comment by Nath — 4 May 2005 on 9:28 pm | Link
  5. Secretary Rice,

    I am a 45yr. old mother who cannot get
    the Aurba incident with Natalie Holloway off my mind. I know many people who are not aware of the
    goings on of the bad people in this world. Some think I can be over protective of my kids. What has happened to this girl would be my worst
    nightmare. The girl is from a community near where
    I work and since this has happened it seems people are acting more conceincous about their
    surroundings and who is watching them and their
    children. I know you are an extremely busy women. Talk about a career load! But I’m hoping
    this is something that you do especially since you gave a speech on human slave trafficking. I
    feel very strongly that is what has happened to
    this young girl but I am not feeling very confident that angle is being throughly investigated. I guess because the media is not
    saying any details about the possibilities that
    they might have taken her off the island to another location for that purpose. Maybe it would
    not be a good thing for them to say. But I sure
    would feel better and I think alot more people
    would also if we knew their was somebody out there who is very well informed on this slavery
    issue,how those kind work their deals and that
    the investagation is including that particular
    sinario. If you can do anything to be sure they
    are I hope you will. If nothing else good comes
    out of this I hope it makes people aware of just
    how serious a situation human trafficking is.

    Comment by s. morris — 10 Jun 2005 on 3:52 am | Link
  6. Am really proud of condiliza rice as she isstrong, bold and diplomatic woman in this century

    Comment by MASSAWE, DEOGRATIUS — 18 Apr 2009 on 11:19 am | Link

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