Here's what I decided: your private life is private — unless you make your living by being part of a movement that discriminates and is generally hateful toward others who live that same private life of yours. So, sorry Condoleezza, time for me to start spreadin' the news:
From The Raw Story:
More coverage at the Wonkette, Bloggernista, and Pam's House, and at Michaelangelo Signorile's site, The Gist, which has the most analysis.
Secretary of State, who keeps private life shrouded, co-owns home with female filmmaker
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice co-owned a home and shared a line of credit with another woman, according to Washington Post diplomatic correspondent Glenn Kessler, who reveals the information in his new book, The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy.
Kessler discussed the revelations with talk-show host and gay author Michaelangelo Signorile Friday on his Sirius Radio show.
According to the book, Rice owns a home together with Randy Bean, a documentary filmmaker who once worked with Bill Moyers. Kessler made the discovery by looking through real estate records.
Bean explained the joint ownership and line of credit to Kessler by saying she had medical bills which left her financially drained and Rice helped her by co-purchasing the house along with a third person, Coit Blacker, a Stanford professor who is