Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Racism: The Left's Love Affair

Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy...

What is it with the left? Yes, we have a minority president. Stop rubbing it in our face. It's, by far, not the issue at hand. It's the policies and the philosophy of those governing.

When there was opposition to the Iraq War, did the Right fault racism as a motive? When Barbara Boxer and Henry Reid called George W. Bush a liar, did the Right call for legislative reprimands? When Bush was booed at the Inaugural Address, did Congress waste taxpayer money by investigating those culprits?

Of course not.

This interview with Jimmy Carter shows how delusional the Left actually is. The kicker comes at the :46 mark when he says angry town hall citizens are motivated by racism. Barack Obama should put a gag order on Carter. He was a horrible president, and a main cause for the problems we are currently dealing with in the Middle East, and even more of a disaster as our Middle East envoy. How can you trust the words of Jimmy Carter when Osama Bin Laden recommends his book “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," a travesty in itself because it completely misses the theology/policies that drive the unavoidable coils within the Middle East.

Let's drop the race card Washington. We're sick of your tactics.


  1. Jimmy Carter should be the last person to talk about racism. What he implied about Joe Wilson was his own opinion, not based on any facts.
    What is also upsetting, he is in favor of the Palestinians, and he is unfairly critical of the Jewish people and their government.
    Israel is the only friend we have in that region, and pretty much our only friend in the world.
    He is an Octogenarian and he should retire, and maybe write books enjoy his life.

  2. Thanks Cookie. In my opinion, Jimmy Carter (and his ignorance for history and current Mid-East theology) is a dangerous voice in the world today.


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