There are those who choose to live with their partners for the long term without marrying them.Some women can not or don’t want to find a suitable partner who they want to spend the rest of their lives with. Take a look at the complete list of incredibly famous women who never got married and discover why.
Apparently, Gadhafi was in deeply love with Condoleezza Rice and the feeling was mutual. In a 2007 interview with al-Jazeera television, Gadhafi spoke of Rice in glowing terms. I admire her and I’m proud of her because she’s a black woman of African origin.” Gadhafi has also spoken fondly of President Barack Obama, calling him “our dear son,” as in this April 2011.
Evidence in the compound shows they have been seeing each other for almost three years. “I support my darling black African woman,” Gadhafi. But there’s no evidence yet, that Obama is Gadhafi’s son.
Amid questions about how Condi has shaped the face of our great American predicament, aka the Iraq war, Blitzer couldn't help asking for some dirt on Condi's life behind closed doors. She dished on Condi's strong taste for football players (we always knew she wanted to be Football Commissioner).
Both Bumiller and Blitzer concurred that Condi is still seeing Gene Washington, a former NFL player and now the league's Director of Football Operations.
He has said that he is also of one eighth Greek ancestry. Log in to Reply Copts were the biggest traitors to Egypt.
Also like this guy said, Modern Copts are no more a representation of the ancient Egyptians than a white American mixed with indian, is a representation of the original indian inhabitants of the North American continent.
I'm focusing on some of Morgan's questions because I think they are telling: With a nod (and an invitation to object) to all the readers who will think I'm misinterpreting this, here's what I see as going on.
Piers Morgan establishes that Rice is not married, so he wants to know if she has come close.
Condi has always insisted they are "just friends." But Bumiller suggested that relationship might go beyond the friendly kind.