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Friday, September 02, 2005

Bloggers forced Condi to cut her vacation

I guess the bloggers embarrassed Condi so much that had to cut her tennis lesson with Monica Seles and get back to work.

From the New York Times
The White House battled a chorus of criticism throughout the day as bloggers made much of the secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, vacationing in New York during the disaster, where she was spotted at a Broadway show and was to attend the U.S. Open. By Thursday evening, Ms. Rice had cut short her vacation and returned to Washington, where she headed to a staff meeting to discuss ways of coordinating offers of foreign assistance from more than 30 countries and organizations.
Now if anyone can tell me where the Vice President is at, I would appreciate it.