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Re: Rice is Served

Wlady: Applebaum’s description of how confident and controlled Rice is around “ordinary mortals” brought to mind the nervous and off-balance Rice at the 9/11 hearings in 2004, where she more than once seemed flustered, even intimidated. For me that was the moment in time when the Rice image of imperviousness came crashing down for good, and I’ve never been able to put it back together again. Reading this month’s Spectator isn’t going to help, either, not after coming across Angelo Codevilla’s view of Rice: “A daughter figure, a pleasing mediatrix, intellectually insecure, whose career consisted of Bush family favors.” If the shoe fits …

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