Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Jimmy Carter, Osama bin Laden: One Mind,One Cave

Ex-U.S. President Jimmy Carter is in league with Osama bin Laden.

That's how the story begins in The Canada Free Press. Revealing the secret money ties between the bin Laden family and the treasonous President Jimmy Carter is the work of Melanie Morgan of The Censure Carter Committee.

Jimmy (never trust a man with a boy's name), who has been the best friend to despots and tyrants the world over, has accepted large sums of money to finance his namesake organization, The Carter Center of Atlanta, to further his "Blame America First" agenda. The Saudi Bin Laden Group has funneled over $1,000,000 from Bakr M. bin Laden to The Carter Center, revealed Censure Carter.Com.

"In fact, an online report accuses former President Carter of meeting with 10 of Osama Bin Laden’s brothers early in 2000, Carter and his wife, Rosalyn followed up their meeting with a breakfast with Bakr Bin Laden in September 2000 and secured the first $200,000 towards the more than $1 million that has been received by the Carter Center."

Peanut butter only sticks to the roof of my mouth, but this moldering peanut farmer really sticks in my craw. He was a snake when an active President and now he's added active traitor to his resume as ex-President. As if being responsible for the Teheran Hostage Crisis and blaming America first for every nefarious deed around the planet weren't enough, he must now cavort with the trash that killed thousands in New York, Washington, D.C., and a hallowed field in Pennsylvania.

A great deal more needs to be done to Carter than the simple issuance of a strongly worded letter of repremand from the Senate of the United States. This scoundrel has a rap sheet that would make Tookie Williams jealousIs it possible to impeach a former President on charges of sedition and treason, wiping his foul name from the roll of honorable Presidents as if he never existed?

Oh, to turn back the clock to retrieve my shameful votes! Would that I could.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.


Mike's America said...

I never had a happier day than the day Ronald Reagan beat that idiot Carter in 1980.

dcat said...

Carter should have never been nominated in the first place!

He needed to stay on that penut farm!