I was alerted to the following story on salon.com by Sarah, the Braisin’ Hussy. The Vatican had apparently limited the size of the official U.S. delegation to five. I had heard on the radio that President Bush and his wife and former presidents Bush and Clinton were going. I wondered about President Carter. He was not so great a president but he is a great humanitarian. However, according to the aritcle “former President Carter had hoped to go as well, but backed off when told the Vatican had limited the official delegation to five “and there were also others who were eager to attend,” said Jon Moore, a spokesman for the Carter Center in Atlanta.” And who was this person more important to have attend than President Carter? Condoleezza Rice.

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