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"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free....... ~Ronald Reagan~

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Moon Bat of The Week Award!

Jimmy Carter (D-GA)
ex-President, Forever Moonbat
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A repeat Moonbat winner, Mr. Carter stays on the Moonbat trail with his ridiculous foreign policy rhetoric, meddling in foreign elections, and continuous backing of regimes around the world who want to see America disposed of.
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The peanut farmer from Georgia, who helped create the regime in Iran today, consistently condemns the policies of the Bush administration while sympathizing and his willingness to appease our enemies.
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Carter feels his "negotiated" talks with North Korea, which were bilateral, created a place for Pyongyang to participate in the world nuclear free. As they say in the informercials, "But Wait! There's More!"
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North Korea broke all "promises" they made with Carter and the Clinton administration. Carter believes the current problems are the fault of George Bush placing Pyongyang within his "axis of evil." The promises were broke well before the 2002 State of the Union address.
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North Korea insists on bilateral talks, ignoring it's neighbors, so they can lie to the United States alone, not the other members of the six-party talks, which Pyongyang refuses to participate. Carter encourages and insists the Bush administration must follow North Korea's lead and go it alone while scrapping six-party talks.
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This week Carter jumped on his bully pulpit known as The New York Times to lay out his foreign policy, to make excuses and blame America and Bush. Carter and his liberal ilk, including the Europeans, blame America for going it alone in Iraq regardless of how many U.N. resolutions are passed and ignored.
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Now the Bush Administration is including neighboring countries to North Korea, Carter and the liberals are doing their best in an election year to interfere with current foreign policy while supporting the other sides demands.
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Opinion Journal comments, "During the Clinton administration, Jimmy Carter engineered an agreement with North Korea that was supposed to have curtailed its nuclear ambitions. What he left was a beleaguered ostensibly nonnuclear nation convinced that it was permanently excluded from the international community, its existence threatened, its people suffering horrible deprivation and its hard-liners in total control of military and political policy."
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Carter is busy rewriting his own history in hopes of salvaging a deplorable legacy. Forget supporting another President, instead spending all your free time criticizing it. Carter is upset at Bush for calling North Korea's regime "evil." However, Human Rights Watch, seldom pro-American, provides their description of Kim Jong II and his regime.
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The regime of leader Kim Jong Il, the subject of an intense personality cult, is among the world's most repressive. . . . The country's dismal human rights conditions, including arbitrary arrests, pervasive use of torture, and lack of due process and fair trials, remain of grave concern. There is no organized political opposition, labor activism, or independent civil society. There is no freedom of information or freedom of religion. Basic services, such as access to health care and education, are provided according to a classification scheme based on the government's assessment of an individual's and his/her family's political loyalty.
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Carter may have been the absolute worst President in American history, he certainly proves he is a Moonbat, who consistently disqualifies himself as pro-American.

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