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This is What it Sounds like when Doves Cry around Dick Cheney

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What was Dick Cheney's point in saying that Condi Rice cried?

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[[IMG10]] Well at least I'm smiling.   There was no reason not to - after all it's not everyday that you get to take a picture with the Vice President.  

 

I admit that when I got the photo back I wasn't sure about Vice President Dick Cheney's expression.   Was that a hint of a smile or a smirk?   And just what was he thinking during our brief encounter?

 

Several years have gone by since Dick and I posed for that picture, but after I heard that he outted a private conversation with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, I'm back to wondering about that scowl - err - look.   I mean telling the world in his new book that Condi Rice came crying to him is just plain tacky. Was he trying to make a sister look bad? I'm just saying.   In fact, the only thing I can see he accomplished is attempting to make women look weak.  

 

That's exactly why in my book, Cracking the Double Standard Code, I coach women to avoid crying at work.   Oh, well what's done is done, but it's still messed up that Cheney would tell.   And I would say that even if Condi wasn't my husband's cousin's cousin (seriously).  

 

Mr. Cheney's look is still a mystery though.   I'm thinking maybe he's wondering why as a woman I'm smiling instead of crying.   Whatdoyathink?

 

DEA Special Agent in Charge (retired) June Werdlow Rogers (formerly June W. Stansbury) holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice and Criminology earned at the University of Maryland. She has 28 years of law enforcement experience from 3 different agencies (more...)
 
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