She's the most powerful black woman in the world. Why can't I stand the sight of her?

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Rice has become a politician and this is said to be the way politicians behave. But that would be forgetting the holy shroud of morality that drapes about the shoulders of American society. We are meant to be a nation conceived in liberty via the blessings of God. Is not one of the first tenants of America's God, and Rice's Christian belief, to protect the common welfare and give succour to the less fortunate?

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