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April 29, 2011

Jimmy Carter Denounces America From North Korea

Posted by Dave Blount at April 29, 2011 1:58 PM

What will become of Barack Hussein Obama if America pulls out of its tailspin and ejects him from office in 2012? Given his track record of putting us down in other countries, he will probably step into the shoes Jimmy Carter has been warming up for him. In the latest of his many displays of moonbattery at its most vile, Carter has chosen the communist concentration camp known as North Korea as a fit place to accuse the USA of human rights violations:

Via Greg Hengler, why would an American cap a three-day visit to Kim Jong-Il's national gulag by accusing the U.S. of human rights violations? Well, much like Superman, Carter's more a "citizen of the world" now than part of the country he used to lead. In fact, he wasn't there on behalf of the State Department but as part of a delegation from "The Elders," an elite team of ex-statesmen who travel the world sharing the sort of wisdom that's made "Jimmy Carter" synonymous with successful foreign policy ideas here at home.

In case you missed out on the 1970s, that last part was sarcasm.

One reason North Korea starves its own people is that so long as anyone listens to useful idiots like Carter, the never-ending need of the populations of enemy nations is a knife held to our throat. Another reason is that liberal ideology taken to its logical conclusion isn't much good for putting food on the table.

On a tip from SR.