QUESTION: Is there one moment as Secretary of State that you reflect on where you say, “Wow, that was amazing?”
SECRETARY RICE: Going to Libya was amazing and meeting with Colonel Qadhafi, partly because no Secretary of State had done it since John Foster Dulles. It was really, really extraordinary. So that was a special moment.
QUESTION: And that – that was a product of a lot of work by this Administration to --
SECRETARY RICE: A lot of work by the Administration, exactly.
QUESTION: -- to get him to back off on a lot of things, become less belligerent in the Middle East.
SECRETARY RICE: Right. Well, what it said to me is the United States doesn't have permanent enemies. We can always find a way if countries are willing to make important strategic choices. And Libya decided to give up its weapons of mass destruction and renounce terrorism and paid claims to the victims of the terrorist events. And so it was a good moment. But you know, I’ve had so many as Secretary. I look forward to going back and looking at the pictures.
And allow me to remind you of "condhimmi".