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"Carter Blames Bush For Korean Crisis

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Carter ....typical socialist failure at everything while in office.  When payola Carter gave the Gargoyle back during Clinton didn't continue to work  .... just as ALL of Carter's foreign policy decisions resoundingly FAILED ..... go for the tried and true socialist mantra .... re-write history for the short attention span crowd and ..... blame Bush.

Carter's mind has to be gone .... he continues with typical socialist/communists strategy of re-writing verifiable, recorded history FAILING to realize we're in the information age where his BS lies are being flushed out and flushed on a daily basis.

Failure as the Governor of Georgia double failure as President.  Never met a dictator he didn't love and never misses a chance to spew anti-American rhetoric. 

A total disgrace to this nation and all it represents.


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http://blogs.lotterypost.com/konane/2006/10/kim-jong-crumb-trail.htm


"Carter Blames Bush For Korean Crisis


Keith Whitney reports

 

Reported By: Keith Whitney
Web Editor: Michael King
Last Modified: 10/18/2006 8:13:12 AM


Former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday night that an agreement he brokered 12 years ago for North Korea to halt nuclear weapons development is "in the wastebasket." Carter contends the Bush administration turned its back on the deal and labeled the isolated nation part of an "axis of evil."

But Carter, speaking at a previously scheduled panel discussion on his 1994 mediation, said he does not foresee the current dispute over North Korea's test of a nuclear bomb leading to war.

Carter said that in 1994, war "appeared to be imminent" if the Clinton administration had pushed sanctions against North Korea through the UN Security Council. But he said it is less likely now. Although North Korea branded sanctions imposed by the security council as an act of war, Carter said they are not as stringent as those proposed by the Clinton administration 12 years ago.

Laney said it appeared that war was certain before Carter's trip, which demonstrated to him that every opportunity for peaceful resolution of a crisis must be used."
http://www.11alive.com/specials/local/decision2004/decision_article.aspx?storyid=86210

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Comments

1.
ToddComment by Todd - October 18, 2006, 11:53 am
Carter always has been a pathetic loon, insisting that dictators are truly good underneath the murderous exterior, if you just give them enough.
2.
konaneComment by konane - October 18, 2006, 12:17 pm
Definitely part of the "you don't see what you see, hear what you hear" dysfunctional family crowd believing he can re-write history like those dictators he so admires and longs to emulate.

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