Monday, March 10, 2008

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, left, talks with National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley, right, as Deputy National Security Adviser for Regional Affairs Judith Ansley, center, looks on during President Bush's meeting with Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk, Monday, March 10, 2008, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)


Wow, it was a busy Monday in Condiland, a big triple photo-op extravaganza! It started off with one of the Standing Around in the White House and Not Knowing What to Do with Our Hands routine. And look! Condi is obviously conferring with her spherical, invisible friend! We haven't seen it in a while! Yay! But ew, Stephen Hadley, ew, ew, ew!

But it gets better, because now it's guest stars! Hooray! And it's none other than frolicsome Tzipi, Condi's erstwhile sapphic lover:


(AP)

Folks, I find this body language to be highly ambiguous. Are they blocking each other? Reaching out towards each other? Are they hurting inside but too proud to beg? Oh Condi 'n' Tzipi, you can work it out!

But if it doesn't work out, well... well, that brings us to our third fabulous photo-op of the day. Condi imported a whole harem and that'll show that Tzipi!


Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, center, and Andrea Bottner, senior coordinator, Office of International Women's Issues, left, pose with recipients of the 2nd Annual International Women of Courage Awards at the State Department, Monday, March 10, 2008, in Washington. From left are, Bottner; Virisila Buadromo of Fiji; Valdete Idrizi of Kosovo; Farhiyo Farah Ibrahim of Somalia; Rice; Nibal Thawabteh of Palestine; and Dr. Eaman Al-Gobory of Iraq. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)


Hey, I won't knock it. And it's such a cute idea to have Condi there for contrast amongst these remarkable women with their peaceful achievements. It's kinda like that great Sesame Street song One of these things is not like the other in real life! Kinda!

12 comments:

karenzipdrive said...

T-Zip's shoes kinda mark her for sure as a lesbian. Hmm I wonder where she got them? :)

zoe said...

Hey, Condi has a new pair of Manolos!!! Swear to god, maybe she has been reading this blog.....wrong color for the suit, but $525 Manolos nonetheless

zoe said...

oops! just noticed! in the first picture is she indicating to Hadley the size of W's you-know-what?????????????

Matty Boy said...

All loyal Pony Pals accept as an article of faith that there is Condi and the Condi-bot. But what about Stephen Hadley? We can't say for sure that he's human or animatronic or two separate beings. My guess is waxwork figure. We've seen the facial expression from today before. The question is: Have we ever seen another facial expression on Hadley?

I think "animatronic" has to be a misnomer, since he is in no way animated.

Anonymous said...

first pix:

Segment from a replay of "Night of the Living Dead," but with the hero a robot rather than a black man.

Second pix:

Neither of these ladies can sit properly. Their graduate-student-in-the-library posture stinks.

Third pix:

Are there no women of courage in Israel, our closest ally?

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Matty, see? You worked it out yourself: Stephen Hadley isn't lifelike enough to be either Animagic OR Disneytronic.

Sue J said...

Tzipi's shoes are definitely "bi-curious"!

TeleFrank said...

zoe said her shoes were the wrong color for her suit, but if only Condi had been able to find the bottom portion of her suit! from the last pic it looks like she grabbed whatever skirt happened to be laying on the floor in the darkness of who ever's hotel room she woke up in.

to quote Christian Soriano, she's a hot tranny mess all up in here!

tikki said...

Some of you suggested that Tzipi could be bi-curious. Well, Tzipi used to be a tomboy when she was a kid. She climbed roofs to tear off flags of the party her father opposed. She was also a great soccer and basketball player. When Henry Kissinger visited Israel, she was beaten up by the riot police for protesting his arrival. She was only in her early teens then, mind you. She's been married to Naftali Spitzer for two decades now and has two sons in their late teens. So, your analysis about the bi thingy could just turn out to be true! Who knows?

Distributorcap said...

now condi is wearing the nehru jacket (so 1968!) with those international women...... does she think channeling indira ghandi will bring more luck? or maybe she can finally charge $5500/hour like her friends at the mayflower hotel --- nehru jacket included!

Muscato said...

That might be the vilest outfit worn by any public figure since the death of Princess Margaret. What on earth was she thinking? Badly fitting, gray-gray as-has-been-noted Nehru jacket, blue-gray pleated swing skirt, and...mustard-colored pumps? You shouldn't be able to put an outfit like that together at Goodwill, let alone in a privileged Watergate walk-in closet. You know things aren't going well when people from Somalia and Kosovo are stylin' compared to your own look...

Anonymous said...

I like her jacket. It looks like star trek.