Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Our Nobel Peace Prize President Gets Slammed By Jimmy Carter For War Crimes
Last Sunday, Jimmy Carter wrote a New York Times op-ed that slammed the United States for violating human rights. Key to his argument was the use of drones to kill targeted terrorists. Carter cited several violations under of the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights; to which the United States is a signatory. But, in slamming the United States, he was really slamming Barack Obama for committing war crimes; while never actually mentioning the President by name. In the world of human rights, violating any human rights during wartime is, in actuality, a war crime. Because it was Barack Obama who greatly increased our use of drone attacks in Pakistan, Carter is backhandedly charging our Nobel Peace Prize winning president with war crime violations. And, this brain-dead, former Democrat President of the United States did this only 4-1/2 months away from Obama's bid for reelection. Speaking for all conservatives, I certainly appreciate Mr. Carter's timing in undermining President Obama.