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Date Posted: 14:35:22 11/09/04 Tue
Author: Joe
Subject: Re: Unfortunate use of example of Jimmy Carter
In reply to: Chris 's message, "Summary of my resentment against George Bush" on 13:46:01 11/09/04 Tue

>I know I will not make friends here by pointing to.
>But it summarizes much what I
>have in mind when I think about George Bush. The
>article was written by a US American, not a German, by
>the way.

The author's holding up of Jimmy Carter as some kind of example is rather unfortunate. In fact, my memory of and further study of Jimmy Carter largely led me to vote for George Bush. See the following article: http://nypost.com/postopinion/opedcolumnists/33164.htm. What the article says is bad enough, but what it doesn't mention is that prior to supporting the Khomeini regime, the Carter administration unconditionally backed the autocratic and corrupt Shah. What a flip-flop.

Bill Clinton sent Carter to negotiate a nuclear agreement with North Korea. Carter got to North Korea, praised Kim Jong-Il, and believed the North Koreans' promise to not develop nuclear weapons. Carter got the Nobel Peace Prize. The North Koreans kept on developing weapons in secret.

Good for Jimmy Carter that he has done good charitable work after being too charitable a President and too gullible an ambassador.

A Christian President should not forget that he is also the "governing authority", put there by God to wield a sword.

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