Old rumors of a love affair between Condi and Lieboy are going by the wayside as rumor/rumour has it that Condi and Peter are in heat. Both single, both in positions of power. The ultimate aphrodisiac...POWER.
Canadian Rumour/American Rumor...Dance of Diplomacy Is Grist for the Gossip Mill
Media gaga over meeting of single and similarly `sophisticated' political counterparts
By HELENE COOPER
The single, sophisticated U.S. secretary of state once drew notice for wearing black stiletto knee-high boots with an above-the-knee black skirt while reviewing U.S. troops in Germany, so she is bound to attract gossip.
Peter MacKay of Canada, the single, sophisticated foreign affairs minister, routinely named Canada's sexiest MP by The Hill Times in Ottawa, and the closest thing to eye candy on the diplomatic circuit.
MacKay has a tan and the build of someone who spends time on the rugby field, not holed up reading G-8 communiqués. Sure, at 40 he's younger than Rice, 51, but that didn't stop gossips from engaging in baseless speculating.
Apparently Helene Cooper has been locked in a cave or unable to see outside her cubicle for some time. Condi has a tan too. Sheesh. AND she works out. What about that age difference, eh? Hope springs eternal? No romance here...it's all a charade. She's hypnotizing him. Look into my
Rumour mill churning over the MacKay-Rice relationship
So when two of the only high-ranking politicians in Canada and the U.S. to have looks, charisma and star-power start getting friendly in public, it doesn't take long for rumours to start flying on both sides of the border.
Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met in Nova Scotia this week to mark the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and discuss trade issues.
Must include pic of boots. Here y'all go. The Nazi look, Merkin style.
MacKay looks like Prince Charles from the front...how the hell that's supposed to be sexy is beyond me. Then again, Condi has always loved royalty. Insert your own joke here. Too many came to mind. (Okay, to be fair, he's not bad at all...)Oooh, trade issues...how sexy. Actually, there were more pressing subjects, Condi was making sure Canada still sends troops via NATO to Afghanistan. Whatever "trading" is also going on appears fodder for some rumor mill and grist for the spin mobile. Whether to make Condi appear more sexy and feminine or divert attention from some other heinous Buscheney crime isn't quite clear yet. Torture or sex...which would the American sheeples rather read about?
On Tuesday morning, Ms. Rice and Mr. MacKay strolled up to their side-by-side daises to talk to the folks here. “I am just delighted to have Condoleezza Rice, the secretary of state, here in my hometown,” gushed a beaming Mr. MacKay, wearing a pearl gray suit, pink and blue striped tie.
He switched to bad French, even to some American ears, and said something about Longfellow’s poem “Evangeline.” He mentioned Nova Scotia’s rich black history, citing the “black loyalist community, Canada’s oldest community of African heritage.”
Then, he said, “Something else I’ve learned about Secretary Rice is she loves the cool Atlantic breezes here in Nova Scotia, and she left the window open last night.” The audience tittered.
At the end of his speech, he took off his glasses, turned to Ms. Rice and said, “Please come back again.”
Ms. Rice, clad in a yellow jacket, black pencil skirt and black heels, also offered plenty of fodder. She repeatedly called Mr. MacKay “Peter” (he called her “Secretary Rice” or “Miss Rice”), confirmed the sleeping-with-the-window-open bit, and told the assembled local leaders that Mr. MacKay had introduced her to his family, including his father and stepmother, the night before.
Family is important, she said, with a sly smile, because “they remind you of the things you did when you were 5 years old.” Beside her, Mr. MacKay grinned and blushed.