Friday, February 11, 2005
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Accolades for Condi

Rich Lowry on NRO: "...after four years of Colin Powell, the United States now has a secretary of State in full."

Dick Morris: The Republicans should draft Condi to run for President.

Timothy Garton Ash writes in the Guardian about Rice's "charm offensive" during her European tour.

Helle Dale in the Washington Times: "Europeans have been known to value style over substance. In Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, they got both. Over the past week, during her official trip as America's chief diplomat, Miss Rice blew away the grumpy old men of Europe with her style, elegance and poise, combined with high intelligence and the authority that comes with having the confidence of the president of the United States. And she gave her first major foreign policy speech in Paris, to boot."