Condoleezza Rice finds some meaning for her life on the golf course
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, having long ago accepted her utter meaninglessness in the bomb-and-bomb-some-more neocon world of foreign bombing, has at very least used her position for some gain - as a golfer.
Seems she caught that bug about three years ago when Stanford pal Stephen Krasner, her former policy adviser, urged Condi to hit the greens.
It started with a few lessons in Washington, blossoming into a love affair. Now we didn’t know about this because Rice chooses to play out of the public eye with friends, like on the three golf courses at Andrews Air Force Base. She even carries her clubs on diplomatic trips to Asia so that she can get in a few holes during long layovers in Hawaii.
How good is she? Her aide jokes that her handicap is “probably classified,” but we’re told that she didn’t embarrass herself in 2006 when playing with teen phenom Michelle Wie.
Reached for comment, anonymous sources close to former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said he could care less about whether Rice golfs, who she golfs with, how she’s feeling, who she hangs out with and what her opinions are about golf, war, or anything else for that matter.
A source close to Vice President Dick Cheney said he’d be willing to take Rice hunting, but that’s about it.
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She and Colin Powell can hit the links together, thanks
to W, who has used them as pawns and ruined their
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