Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she was too young and too busy to feel much effect from the social changes of the late 1960s.
"I was very young at the time of the counterculture. I was 12 or 13," Rice, 50, told an interviewer this week. "And I was a music major. All I did was play the piano and ice skate. And so I don't think I focused very much on the counterculture."
Rice did not answer Fox News Channel reporter James Rosen's question about whether she ever did drugs. She suggested he return to asking questions about foreign policy.
But Rosen was on a roll. He also asked Rice whether she would like to have any superpowers.
"Superpowers?" said Rice, the most powerful woman in the Bush administration and arguably one of the most powerful people in the world, period.
Rosen tried again, and got this response: "I'd like to be able to see through walls."