Dream Job Opens for Secretary of State Rice

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Condoleezza Rice's dream job is finally available. It's not the White House. The secretary of state has said, half-jokingly, that she wishes she could become commissioner of the National Football League. Now, for the first time in years, that job is open after NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced his retirement.

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Condoleezza Rice's dream job is finally available. It's not at the White House. The Secretary of State has said, half-jokingly, that she wishes she could become Commissioner of the National Football League.

Now, for the first time in years the job has come open after NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced his retirement. A spokesman for Rice did not quite rule her out for the job, saying she is enjoying being Secretary of State--at the moment.

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