Wednesday, August 03, 2005
So, for aiding and abetting terrorists, giving them validity for their attacks, and for again, making our war effort more difficult by delcaring it unjust, the city of Mandelinople is proud to present the seventh Vichy-Quisling award to former president Carter. In recognition of his lifetime of service against our nation, we'd also like to formally present him with the James Earl Carter, Vichy-Quisling Lifetime Achievement Award for dubious and deleterious service against one's country. You've earned it.Sigh. It's so true. Go over and read Carter's record of gazing adoringly into dictators' eyes. My all time Carter omigosh-lock-him-in-the-basement moment is this one. Somehow it escaped mention in Robert's post, so, without further ado, the most un-American president ever discussing the Iraqi War:
I think another parallel is that in some ways the Revolutionary War could have been avoided. It was an unnecessary war. Had the British Parliament been a little more sensitive to the colonial’s really legitimate complaints and requests the war could have been avoided completely and of course now we would have been a free country now as is Canada and India and Australia, having gotten our independence in a non-violent way.I see. Just think how wonderful world history would have been without all those ugly Americans running around and the nonsensical principles contained in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Because, you know, violence is always wrong and if we had just showed Hitler a leeetle more sensitivity and stopped fussing so much about all of the Jews, we could have avoided that one too:
MATTHEWS: What do you make of this new philosophy, Mr. President, that we can go into countries like Iraq and that we can use our force of arms and our economic might to transform them into democracies? It’s the new conservative philosophy. It’s the Bush doctrine, whatever you want to call it. What do you make of it?See? There is no fact that Carter can't ignore in service of his dedicated irrationalism. Here he blithely ignores WWII and the birth of the postwar German and Japanese democracies. He's a worthy winner of the losers' award, all right.
— President Jimmy Carter
CARTER: I don’t think it’s ever been proven to be accurate as a premise that you can go into an alien society with force of arms and destroying a major portion of that country and killing their people to make them adopt a new form of government and to accept new rulers.
Oh wait, no, that doesn't make sense does it?
Poor guy still hasn't gotten over the shock.
That, and he's an idiot. The Muslims love him because the Iranians pissed all over him and rendererd him a eunuch. They miss that.
SC&A. Only Americans are evil. That's the mantra.
I now see our nation is responsible for fixing eeverything and if not for being racist bigoted warmongers we would know better.
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