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  • Peter Dow
    New group link. Forbes is wrong. Condi Rice is #1! MUSIC VIDEO ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world. and had
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1 4:45 AM
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      New group link.
       
      Forbes is wrong. Condi Rice is #1! MUSIC VIDEO
      ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world. and had the cheek this year to demote the US Secretary of State to only number 4 in the world! This link is to the video hosted on YouTube but incase YouTube take the video offline (which they have done with other videos) see the link to the CondiTV Video library in the main links page - where this and 40+ other CondiTV videos are hosted.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiPBfgmJfBo

      Download this video -
      That isn't a permanent link so download the video while you can!
       
      http://flix55.com/library/CondiTV - click to CondiTV Video Library.

      ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world

      http://www.forbes.com/2007/08/30/most-powerful-women-biz-07women-cz_em_cs_0830power_land.html

      and had the cheek this year to demote the US Secretary of State to only number 4 in the world!

      http://www.forbes.com/lists/2007/11/biz-07women_Condoleezza-Rice_MTNG.html

      Only #4 -- ridiculous!  Plus Forbes absurdly put Merkel in at #1 again this year, despite the fact that Germany has no nuclear weapons.

      Forbes makes no sense when EVERYONE must know that Condi is #1!

      Anyway, this music video assert Condi's #1 position, to the tune of Willie Nelson singing "You were always on my mind".

       
      Condoleezza Rice
      © ITSUO INOUYE/AFP/Getty Images

      #4 Condoleezza Rice
      Secretary of State
      Country: U.S.

      Rice sits at the center of the negative reaction worldwide to the Bush administration's policies. Though she still routinely polls higher than her boss, that isn't hard to do, given that the president's ratings hover around freezing, as one pundit put it (though Congress recently polled even lower at 18%). A number of reasons: the war in Iraq, including poor post-war planning; her difficulty in admitting to Congress the Bush administration's failure to pay proper attention to warnings about terrorism pre-9/11; awkard results of the administration's democracy agenda in the Middle East (think Palestine and Lebanon). But Rice continues to sally forth in regions riven by the worst political and religious pathologies. That includes tackling the nuclear aspirations of Iran and North Korea; helping to broker the ceasefire in the war between Israel and Lebanon; and her shuttle diplomacy in the ceaseless turmoil between Palestine and Israel. Highly visible, Rice is at the same time curiously inscrutable. Known for her almost chilly, unwavering self-discipline, Rice has historically exhibited an iron faith in her own beliefs. But recently she has shown some flexibility. After initially siding with the neoconservatives who disdained talking to the U.S.'s enemies, Rice seemed to be returning to her realist roots, advocating talks with Iran and Syria.--Tatiana Serafin
       
       
       
       
       

      Peter Dow <peterdow@...> wrote:
       
      Peter Dow notes at 1:07 into this 1:49 video the CNN Opinon Research of Condoleezza Rice is
       
      Favourable 60%
       
      Unfavorable 28%
       
       
       
      1. CONDOLEEZZA RICE
      52
      Secretary of State
      This wasn’t an easy choice for #1, since there’s no telling if Cheney will once again commandeer our foreign policy (as he did with Iraq) before leaving office. But Rice, the ultimate yes-woman as national-security adviser, has become a much needed check on the Office of the Vice President. Like Colin Powell, her predecessor at State, she now recognizes the pomposity of “with us or against us” and the value in talking to one’s enemies. But the difference between her and Powell is: The president trusts her. “Her power derives from her relationship with the president,” says Mark Halperin, political analyst at Time and ABC News. “They have a personal and professional bond that has allowed her to win plenty of internal battles,” Overtures to Iran, Syria, North Korea… If it weren’t for Condi, they would most likely never have happened. Whatever hope we have of not going to war with Iran before the end of Bush’s term rests largely with her.
       
       

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    • Peter Dow
      Update to that recent group link - Forbes is wrong. Condi Rice is #1 most powerful woman! MUSIC VIDEO ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 3 5:52 AM
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        Update to that recent group link -
         
        Forbes is wrong. Condi Rice is #1 most powerful woman! MUSIC VIDEO
        ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world. and had the cheek this year to demote the US Secretary of State to only number 4 in the world! This link is to the video hosted on YouTube but incase YouTube take the video offline (which they have done with other videos) see the link to the CondiTV Video library in the main links page - where this and 40+ other CondiTV videos are hosted.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibc2UQ6-cvk
         
        OK I managed to include video as well as audio of that last sequence wherein Condi talks about the sacrifice by the American military and their families.
         
        (I am such a clever boy! )
         
        Re-edited version ending now with VIDEO as well as audio of Condi speaking about the great sacrifice by the American military and their families in Iraq.

        You may notice a slight degradation on play-back quality of the beginning of this new version (it is only 520Kbps on YouTube). The following download is the best version to have - 768Kbps and with video for the end sequence.
         

        - Peter

        Peter Dow <peterdow@...> wrote:
        New group link.
         
        Forbes is wrong. Condi Rice is #1! MUSIC VIDEO
        ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world. and had the cheek this year to demote the US Secretary of State to only number 4 in the world! This link is to the video hosted on YouTube but incase YouTube take the video offline (which they have done with other videos) see the link to the CondiTV Video library in the main links page - where this and 40+ other CondiTV videos are hosted.
        http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=CiPBfgmJfBo

        Download this video -
        That isn't a permanent link so download the video while you can!
         
        http://flix55. com/library/ CondiTV - click to CondiTV Video Library.

        ABC World News reported Forbes current rankings of the most powerful women in the world

        http://www.forbes. com/2007/ 08/30/most- powerful- women-biz- 07women-cz_ em_cs_0830power_ land.html

        and had the cheek this year to demote the US Secretary of State to only number 4 in the world!

        http://www.forbes. com/lists/ 2007/11/biz- 07women_Condolee zza-Rice_ MTNG.html

        Only #4 -- ridiculous!  Plus Forbes absurdly put Merkel in at #1 again this year, despite the fact that Germany has no nuclear weapons.

        Forbes makes no sense when EVERYONE must know that Condi is #1!

        Anyway, this music video assert Condi's #1 position, to the tune of Willie Nelson singing "You were always on my mind".

         
        Condoleezza Rice
        © ITSUO INOUYE/AFP/Getty Images

        #4 Condoleezza Rice
        Secretary of State
        Country: U.S.

        Rice sits at the center of the negative reaction worldwide to the Bush administration' s policies. Though she still routinely polls higher than her boss, that isn't hard to do, given that the president's ratings hover around freezing, as one pundit put it (though Congress recently polled even lower at 18%). A number of reasons: the war in Iraq, including poor post-war planning; her difficulty in admitting to Congress the Bush administration' s failure to pay proper attention to warnings about terrorism pre-9/11; awkard results of the administration' s democracy agenda in the Middle East (think Palestine and Lebanon). But Rice continues to sally forth in regions riven by the worst political and religious pathologies. That includes tackling the nuclear aspirations of Iran and North Korea; helping to broker the ceasefire in the war between Israel and Lebanon; and her shuttle diplomacy in the ceaseless turmoil between Palestine and Israel. Highly visible, Rice is at the same time curiously inscrutable. Known for her almost chilly, unwavering self-discipline, Rice has historically exhibited an iron faith in her own beliefs. But recently she has shown some flexibility. After initially siding with the neoconservatives who disdained talking to the U.S.'s enemies, Rice seemed to be returning to her realist roots, advocating talks with Iran and Syria.--Tatiana Serafin
         
         
         
         
         

        Peter Dow <peterdow@talk21. com> wrote:
         
        Peter Dow notes at 1:07 into this 1:49 video the CNN Opinon Research of Condoleezza Rice is
         
        Favourable 60%
         
        Unfavorable 28%
         
         
         
        1. CONDOLEEZZA RICE
        52
        Secretary of State
        This wasn’t an easy choice for #1, since there’s no telling if Cheney will once again commandeer our foreign policy (as he did with Iraq) before leaving office. But Rice, the ultimate yes-woman as national-security adviser, has become a much needed check on the Office of the Vice President. Like Colin Powell, her predecessor at State, she now recognizes the pomposity of “with us or against us” and the value in talking to one’s enemies. But the difference between her and Powell is: The president trusts her. “Her power derives from her relationship with the president,” says Mark Halperin, political analyst at Time and ABC News. “They have a personal and professional bond that has allowed her to win plenty of internal battles,” Overtures to Iran, Syria, North Korea… If it weren’t for Condi, they would most likely never have happened. Whatever hope we have of not going to war with Iran before the end of Bush’s term rests largely with her.
         
         

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