Alpine Summit

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Oh Look! Carter is Opening His Mouth Again

So we should fund terrorists, and now we're wrong to try and stop them by listening to international phone calls.

Former President Jimmy Carter criticized the Bush administration's domestic eavesdropping program Monday and said he believes the president has broken the law.

Notice: "domestic" eavesdropping. Like I said before, it's not "domestic" but the media will repeat this again and again until people will think it is. As for Carter, it's been 30 years since his failed presidency, and he's still striving for relevance.

The former president said he would testify before the Judiciary Committee if asked.

"If my voice is important to point of the intent of the law that was passed when I was president, I know all about that because it was one of the most important decisions I had to make."

Carter's tenure as president will be remembered for high inflation, high gas prices, high taxes, a poor economy, hostages in Iran, and as an outlier, the peace brokered between Egypt and Israel... possibly the only good thing he did as president.