Yesterday during an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reiterated her joyous sentiment about Barack Obama’s election as America’s 44th president. “It was quite a moment,” Rice said, adding, “It means this country has come an enormous distance.” But then Rice went a step further, seeming to suggest that even she has had enough of the last eight years of the Bush administration:
RICE: But of course, he is someone that I admire. He was on my committee, the Foreign Relations Committee. We have talked a number of times. He is going to do very well for the country. But eight years is a long time. The American people are wise in wanting change. Two terms is plenty. And I’m going to go back to California and on to other things.