Eu am ras cu lacrimi! Bush este mama si tatal cascadorilor rasului!
Today, the New York Daily News presented at length an upcoming book called The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy. And while its tactful title initially leads one to believe the work could be pertinent – maybe even smart – the words from its pages paint a different, Dice Clay-ian picture. Take, for example, this yarn about a Stanford professor demonstrating for some friends how taut Condi’s ass is:
Wanting to show his partner how firm Rice’s behind was, Blacker postulated that if he aimed a quarter at her butt, it would bounce right off like a rocket.
“He was right,” says Kessler. “[Rice] didn’t realize what he had done until everyone was laughing hysterically. She was flattered and proud.”
And while Bush sometimes introduces her as “the most powerful woman in the history of the world,” he also considers her “like my sister.” Thus, at a briefing, he skipped over the gory details of the rape and torture committed by Saddam Hussein’s sons, explaining: “I didn’t want to say [those things] in front of Condi.”