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Sunday, March 13, 2005

Rice Says 'I Won't Run' in 2008

Denies Having Any Presidential Aspirations

WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has been mentioned as a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2008, denies having any such ambitions now.

On NBC's Meet the Press, host Tim Russert showed her a Web site, Sunday, featuring "Condoleezza for president" bumper stickers, and a campaign song. After repeated questioning, Rice finally made the definitive statement, "I won't run."

During a discussion with editors and reporters at The Washington Times, Rice was asked, "Would you consider running for president in 2008?"

"I have never wanted to run for anything," Rice said in the interview published Saturday. "I don't think I even ran for class anything when I was in school."

Full article here.


The GOP needs to find their shining star for the race in 2008. Someone who doesn't support abortion, otherwise a lot of evangelicals simply won't vote. My ideal candidate is Arizona Junior Senator Jon Kyl. He has a higher conservative rating by the American Conservative Union (97%) than any other senator. He's spent four terms in the house, and two in the senate. He's also very tough on illegal immigration, unlike many of his Republican colleagues. He's perfect for the job, I'm surprised more people don't think of him when considering who would be good Presidential material.

Jon Kyl 2008!


 
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Sunday, March 13, 2005

Rice Says 'I Won't Run' in 2008

Denies Having Any Presidential Aspirations

WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has been mentioned as a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2008, denies having any such ambitions now.

On NBC's Meet the Press, host Tim Russert showed her a Web site, Sunday, featuring "Condoleezza for president" bumper stickers, and a campaign song. After repeated questioning, Rice finally made the definitive statement, "I won't run."

During a discussion with editors and reporters at The Washington Times, Rice was asked, "Would you consider running for president in 2008?"

"I have never wanted to run for anything," Rice said in the interview published Saturday. "I don't think I even ran for class anything when I was in school."

Full article here.


The GOP needs to find their shining star for the race in 2008. Someone who doesn't support abortion, otherwise a lot of evangelicals simply won't vote. My ideal candidate is Arizona Junior Senator Jon Kyl. He has a higher conservative rating by the American Conservative Union (97%) than any other senator. He's spent four terms in the house, and two in the senate. He's also very tough on illegal immigration, unlike many of his Republican colleagues. He's perfect for the job, I'm surprised more people don't think of him when considering who would be good Presidential material.

Jon Kyl 2008!