Jimmy Carter. Formerly the worst president to ever hold office in the White
House has felt the need to voice his opinion of those of us who participate in
Town hall meetings, tea parties, and object to the hijacking of our right to
Choose medical care without the government being involved in our decision.
Whatever happened to our right to privacy of medical records and treatments act?
Well, that idea went by the wayside quickly with this administration.
Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Panels?
No thank you!
I will stick with the advice of my physician and family members when I am unable to choose for myself! If I don't like or trust the old Saw Bones I can always shop for a second or third opinion. That's why I pay for medical coverage, even as expensive as it is. You expect us to let you remove 300 million insured Americans so that an extremely generous estimation of 45 million can have health care? That is insane in itself. Why not spend that energy on government programs already in place to cover those uninsured instead of destroying one of the best free market health system in the history of the world? Would that not be incredibly less expensive?
Those are only a few reasons why this bill should never even be considered
much less seriously debated. Despite what the radical liberal left wing wants to tell us, we Americans are quite competent enough to recognize a serious mistake in the form of a health care bill as proposed.
So now good ole Jimmy Carter, 2002 Nobel Peace Prize winner has taken it upon himself to divide Americans with his own hate speech all in the name of supporting Obama and his health care take over.
What a puppet this former president has become!
Jimmy Carter argues that the only reason we Americans who do not support this debacle is because he is an African-American in the white house.
“I think that an overwhelming proportion of the intensely-demonstrated animosity toward President Barrack Obama is based on the fact that he is a black man, he’s African-American,” Mr Carter told NBC television, in a potentially explosive intervention in national politics”
. Excuse me?
For one, Barrack Obama was the son of a Kansas Caucasian woman who happens to be very white. His father is of decent. Again, we Americans are intelligent enough to know that he is not but 50 percent African-American. However, the national news networks are too weak to point out this obvious fact. So why is this ignored? Jimmy Carter's opinion does not hold up against genetics but the radical liberal left fall all over themselves to point at logical thinking Americans and broadly tag them as racist for exercising their freedom of speech in peaceful protest to be heard loud and clear that they do not want this.
Freedom to redress the government and be heard is no longer one of the bill of rights according to Jimmy Carter and our national media.
“I live in the South, and I have seen the South come a long way. But that racism inclination still exists, and I think it has bubbled up to the surface because of a belief among many white people, not just in the South but across the country, that African-Americans are not qualified to lead this great country”.
Jimmy Carter's opinion does not even hold water with genetics but the radical liberal left fall all over themselves to point at logical thinking Americans and broadly tag them as racist for exercising their freedom of speech in peaceful protest to be heard loud and clear that they do not want this.
Freedom to redress the government and be heard is no longer one of the bill of rights, according to Jimmy Carter and the national media.
Enjoy this complete fabrication of the truth by the Obama Times:
The Washington Post columnist Colbert King wrote that there was "something loose in the land, an ugliness and hatred directed toward Barrack Obama, the nation’s first African American president, that takes the breath away".
In The New York Times, the commentator Maureen Dowd said that Mr. Wilson's heckle - and what she said was the unspoken word "You lie, boy!" - showed that Mr. Obama was “at the center of a period of racial turbulence sparked by his ascension”.
Only because they don't agree with this extremely risky piece of fast paced thrown together legislation. I have to ask. If it is so crucial, what is the hurry? This will affect every American and Obama wants it passed immediately.
Back to race relations and Jimmy Carter:
Who elected Barrack Obama?
It appears to me the very same percentage of whites that Peanut claims as racist people. It just does not add up.
Here is another question I have.
We know Obama himself has made negative racial comments towards white Americans from his very own autobiography.
Why was this not a race issue at the time of election of the President?
What makes him so special to get a free pass? It wasn't convenient for Obama then and now it is very convenient for his supporters to throw in the race cards when all else seems to fail.
It is very clear that the number of American people who approve of Obama's job performance thus far is dropping. The more Americans see that he has out spent all other president's before him in only better than half a year’s time without any indication of controlling it, the more nervous they naturally become. Americans that work and pay taxes know that they cannot spend money they don't have without big trouble looming in the near future.
Obviously Obama does not understand this principle, nor does he care.
Jimmy Carter your accusations do not line up with our bill of rights!
The race card has been played so often that it will soon backfire as opinion polls suggest.