Condi Rice Owns Home With a Woman

September 14, 2007 at 1:38 pm 15 comments

Condi Rice and her best girlfriend own a home together. No, not the gay guy who is her best friend. I am talking about a biological female named Randy Bean. This one of the fun things coming out (ha) in a new book on Rice’s life and work.

From The Gist:

Rice’s “closest female friend” is a woman named Randy Bean (pictured here), who is unmarried and whose sexual orientation is not stated. She is described as a “liberal progressive;” she’s a documentary filmmaker who works at Standford University and once worked for Bill Moyers. She and Rice and Blacker (again, who has a partner) are discussed as a “second family,” a term Bean uses, also saying that, “on friends, [Rice] goes narrow and deep.”

According to newly revealed information in the book (which Kessler found through real estate records), the two women, Rice and Bean (yes, hilarious), own a home together and have a line of credit together. The way Bean explains this in the book, is that she had some medical bills that drained her financially years ago, and Rice and Blacker helped her out by buying the house with Bean. But over time Blacker sold his share of the house to Rice and Bean, and then Rice would later get the line of credit with Bean to do some renovations on the home. Kessler, when pressed, said he did not know if this meant there was something more to the relationship between the woman beyond a friendship. 

I ain’t speculating that Condi’s a lesbian, but …

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  • 1. Christopher  |  September 14, 2007 at 1:56 pm

    HAHAHAHA! So, Condi is a big, ole carpet muncher.
    Flawless!
    And she works for the most homophobic administration in history.

    H.Y.P.O.C.R.I.T.E.

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  • 2. Bloggernista  |  September 15, 2007 at 7:22 am

    I don’t understand Rice. Even if she is not a lesbian, she has gay friends. So why would she be in bed with the homo-haters in the Bush administration.

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  • 3. GeologyJoe  |  September 15, 2007 at 7:40 am

    Thats some pretty good circumstantial evidence.
    “Rice and Bean’s’, Bean’s’ and Rice”- LMAO

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  • 4. Lady  |  September 15, 2007 at 12:05 pm

    I know it doesn’t matter one way or the other (to me at least) if she’s gay or not, but look at the scandal if she admitted to it under any adminitration. Even if we had other people in there, the media would never let her live her private life as it should be–private.

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  • 5. Cara Valente-Compton  |  September 15, 2007 at 1:18 pm

    Hilarious, though I had heard rumors about her having a thing with Bush, she has referred to him as her husband a few times publicly, and what kind of a single woman does that? Maybe Condi bats for both teams?

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  • 6. Bloggernista  |  September 15, 2007 at 4:15 pm

    If Condi is a lesbian and has found love, I say more power to her. But, it is not okay for her to work for an administration that is as anti-gay as this one.

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  • 7. KarenZipdrive  |  September 15, 2007 at 7:38 pm

    She goes narrow and deep?
    Randy forgot to add the word “down.”

    Hell, I’m a lesbian and I’ve never bought a house with another woman. That’s way too deep a commitment!
    Did you hear they met at a football game? Yeah, Condi’s an expert on the game. They say she talks it exactly like a man.

    >chuckling<

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  • 8. PookyShoehorn  |  September 17, 2007 at 8:41 am

    So the real question is … is Condi a member of that pink pistol packin’ underground network that O’Reilly fears?

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Welcome to the club, girlfriend!

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  • 9. veda  |  September 28, 2007 at 8:44 am

    Who isn’t gay in that administration??? They scream ant-gay louder than any other administration in history!!!! What a disgrace!!! The biggest phonys ever!!

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  • 10. Bloggernista  |  September 28, 2007 at 10:37 am

    There seem to be more gays in the Bush administration than any gay bar I know of. So, why are the Republicans so opposed to LGBT equality?

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  • […] How come Condi Rice doesn’t say goodbye to Bush to be with her husband boyfriend friend? Huh. Could this be why? (CLICK HERE) Oopsie. […]

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  • 12. Anthony Kiem Van Tran  |  March 28, 2008 at 6:23 am

    Can a man or a woman live as a single honorably? Shame on those who think dirty. Once there were two Buddhist monks, teacher and disciple crossing a swift stream. By chance they noticed a lady in distress: she wanted to cross the stream but was afraid of the swift current. The teacher monk came to her help, by carrying her in his arms. The disciple protested, only to hear his teacher reprimand: Shame on those who think dirty.

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  • 13. Patty  |  April 7, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Listen up – Bush, Republicans, Conservatives are not anti-gay. The only groups obsessed with race, sex orientation etc are the liberals. It is not anti-gay to not support gay marriage and be fine with domestic partnerships. Be aware of liberal nannystate – socialist/facists pushing group think agendas. Conservatives welcome Americans into society rather than segregating everyone into THIS and THAT GROUP. Sorry for the sidetrack. Condi is an outstanding American. I’ll bet the only ones who try to find some sort of hidden gotcha story are liberals. Lots of people own real estate with friends. My goodness why dis successful business profits, successful real estate investment, successful people and friends. In any case Condi’s excellence is just that. Besides I thought she had a relationship with a NFLer.

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  • 14. j  |  August 29, 2008 at 7:29 am

    if she is actually gay, I’m not sure how she can look at herself in the mirror given the republican allies and public anti-gay attitude in general. She should be ashamed of herself for being such a hypocrit and I hope that she suffers with this internally each and every day. Suck it up and help the rest of us out here…we need support now more than ever in the gay community. We r finally making some progress here.

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  • 15. Bill O.  |  March 30, 2009 at 12:47 am

    Patty,

    I really think you should get your head on straight!

    Your assertion that liberals are anti- gay etc. is so far away from the truth that it is absurd. We just got rid of 8 years of the Bush administration’s anti- gay policy that it is rediculous to say otherwise.

    You need to open your eyes and open your ears and try to get back to reality instead of trying to escape from it.

    Bill

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