Tuesday, September 28, 2004

There You Go Again

I see that our "greatest ex-president" Jimmy Carter is at it again.

Now, the sanctimonious, double-digit inflation-bringing, dictator-coddling, terrorist-appeasing, North Korea-nuke-equipping former commander-in chief, last seen sitting next to Michael Moore at the Democratic National Convention, says that the election next month in Florida is doomed to be an unfair, unscrupulous sham.

Says Carter, in a Washington Post op-ed:
The disturbing fact is that a repetition of the problems of 2000 now seems likely, even as many other nations are conducting elections that are internationally certified to be transparent, honest and fair.
Not that Carter would know a "transparent, honest, and fair" election if he saw one. This from the man who "certified" the recent re-election of murderous, anti-American leftist strongman Hugo Chavez in Venezuela.

In that election, Chavez supposedly won (with results "certified" by Carter) the referrendum 58% to 41%, despite the fact that exit polling showed Chavez losing the election by almost exactly the same margin--a difference of nearly 40 points between Carter's "certified" results and the results of the independent exit polling.

The bottom line: Carter has a long and indisputable history of conveniently seeing what he wants to see and ignoring what he wants to ignore in the service of electing anti-American leftists at home and around the world.

(Here is a must-read article detailing the myriad abuses Carter overlooked--as he nearly always does in regards to leftist dictatorial regimes--in the Venezuelan elections.)

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