Thursday, November 27, 2008

Condoleezza's Next Move

Outgoing Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice plans to move back into the education sector and write 2 books according to the Washington Post. She plans to return to Stanford University to teach, and write books about her parents, and foreign policy respectively. Although Rice has been unwavering supportive to President George Bush, she does appear to have a close affinity to her parents and the values that they instilled in her. She credits her ice skating and piano lessons with giving her discipline, and her mother's words of "Always remember, if you're overdressed, it reflects badly on [other people]; if you're underdressed, it reflects badly on you," for her impeccable dress.

Rice's profile has seemed very diminished to me under President George Bush, here's wishing her well with her future endeavors.

1 comment:

SjP said...

I hope she does well; and I'm really glad that she negotiated a contract with Stanford that allows her to return. Cause between me and you they really didn't care much for her while she was there as Provost.