Monday, May 21, 2007

Jimmy Carter Blasted by White House for Speaking the Truth, Gore's Assault on Reason very Timely!

Jimmy Carter Blasted by White House for Speaking the truth, Gore's Assault on Reason "very Timely"? and backs it up, The truth hurts!
I didn't catch it until yesterday that Jimmy Carter on Friday spoke out about Bush and once again voiced the feelings of "we the people" and only spoke the truth when he said that "as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history." That is a sad fact.
He accused Bush of taking a radical departure from "all" previous Administration policies with his preemptive attack on Iraq. I am sure most can agree that, that applies to everything. I was appalled when The White House on Sunday fired back at former President Jimmy Carter, calling him "increasingly irrelevant" a day after Carter described George W. Bush's presidency as the worst in history in international relations. That is Bullshit! Carter has gotten much better since his Presidency and has become increasingly Relevant.
Instead of accepting the truth and correcting the course I can't believe even from these idiots, that they would defame a good man like Jimmy Carter. Then they must have given him so much crap that he corrected himself. This is really laughable!
Today President Jimmy Carter tempered his biting criticism of serving President George W. Bush after calling his administration "the worst in history." They must have given Carter so much crap that he mellowed out that statement. Following a White House denunciation of Carter's original remarks, the Democratic former leader said he had intended to describe Bush as the worst president since scandal-plagued Nixon.
We have had the debate here before but as far as I am concerned Bush is the worst in History not just because of the scandals but because the misdirection of the country, the Iraq war, and the middle east and the world, has been done purposely for his new order and not just because of ineptitude as many think. Knowing that a vast majority of us feel as Jimmy Carter and other prominent Americans do, I was pleased to hear this morning that it is very timely that Al Gore's book "Assault on Reason" is due out today or tomorrow.
Gore still says he has no plans to run for president or so he says but his latest book, "The Assault On Reason," is so searingly critical of the Bush administration it's hard to discern what his plans may be. "The Assault On Reason" is an assault on President Bush as it should be and Al Gore is supremely qualified to talk about it.
He reiterates that he is not a candidate for the Presidency and that this is not a Political book," Gore told Diane Sawyer on "Good Morning America" Monday. "It's about that there are cracks in the foundation of American democracy that have to be fixed." By it's very nature coming from Gore, like it or not it is a Political Book.
Gore begins discussing the president by accusing him of sharing President Richard Nixon's unprincipled hunger for power -- and the book proceeds to get less complimentary from there. While Gore stops short of flatly calling for the impeachment of Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, he certainly gives the impression that in his view such a move would be well deserved. He calls the president a lawbreaker, a liar and a man with the blood of thousands of innocent lives on his hands.
I must say, we all appear to be in agreement. Bush is the worst President in History. Now we must somehow stop the idiot from fighting the truth and make some damn corrections. I don't know Al's real intentions but I say "run Al Run" we need you. Putting this Book out at this time when Bush's popularity continues to plummet and scandals worsening appears to me to be well choreographed to have the most benefit when he does decide to run.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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