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Misery providing Enlightenment! Yeah, right!

Reader comment on: Syria and the Shebaa Farms Dispute
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Submitted by Rubicon (United States), Mar 16, 2009 13:42

Jimmy Carter was responsible for converting many into a full fledged conservatives. His misery index attitude & management style, probably revived the entire mental health industry in America. If that wasn't bad enough, he has now made this left turn into victimization politics. His ability to distort facts & create even more misery, leads many to think he spent too much time around the peanut roaster & the fumes got to him.

Jimmy, in his personal misery, either lost or sold his soul for contributions to try to keep his memory alive. Yet when I look at that memory he wants to preserve, all I see & hear is incredible & pathetic attempts at revisionist history. What has many so disappointed is his apparent abandonment of the principles of basic individual freedoms. The "collective" has a storied history of failure, misery, oppression, abuse, distortion, & shock that those opposition opinions they say they respect, actually exist.

The only way Jimmy can enlighten anyone, is for him to become personally enlightened. Fat chance!


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