Monday, January 23, 2012

Carter Disappointed He Was Passed Over for Dear Leader of North Korea

Do to North Korea what you did to the US and I'll smack the crap outta ya!

(Yonghap - Pyongyang)  Jimmy Carter expressed his disappointment last week at not being chosen as the new Dear Leader of The Hermit Kingdom.  Still, he wished The North Koreans well and urged the international community to stop discriminating against the "misunderstood" country, whose government is dedicated to mass starvation of its people and continuous nuclear sabre rattling.

Here's an excerpt from Carter's Statement:
"Kim Jong-Un, as his name suggests, is the Un-dictator, and we should give him a chance," argued the former president.  "Un is the Un-Jong, the refreshing crisp and clean no caffeine 7Up uncola to the former dictators's oppressive caffeine-laden cola.  The people here are well-fed, the lights are on, and I've never seen such happy, well-choreographed dancing in the streets as I have in Pyongyang.  It reminds me of those cheerful kids in those old Dr. Pepper commercials..."
Not all North Koreans agreed with the decision to pass over the former US President.  "We are a militarily impotent economic basket case," a Communist Party food taster remarked off the record, "Carter would have been perfect for the job."

A wathcally wathist behind evwy Twee!

Back on US soil, Carter lost no time leveling charges of racism against any republican whose name he could remember.  Newt Gingrich made the fatal mistake of mentioning foodstamps, which the tens of millions of tea party klan members know is secret racist code.  That inspired an anonymous MSNBC news presenter to call Mitt Romney a racist for giving a poor black woman cash as he met her on a campaign event rope line.

If Mitt Romney is a racist for giving a black woman 50 bucks, then the US Government is a hateful bigotry machine, running the biggest progressive plantation in the history of the planet. It’s neo-slavery! Progressives are the new slave masters, trapping poor blacks in crime-infested ghettos, locking them in crumbling union-dominated schools that the liberal elite would never even think of sending their own kids to, and lying to them every few years to harvest their votes.

Jimmy Carter, the ideal democrat, would fit equally well in either the US or North Korea, as would the obedient propaganda toadies at MSNBC...

29 comments:

Mark Adams said...

Do you think Dems can be any more obvious about their ideology?
And anyone who would equate food stamps and giving money to someone racist, then obvious they have been at this too long and are deep down racist.

Always On Watch said...

In old age, Jimmy Peanut has lost his inhibitions and is revealing the asshat that he's been all along.

Z said...

"If Mitt Romney is a racist for giving a black woman 50 bucks, then the US Government is a hateful bigotry machine, running the biggest progressive plantation in the history of the planet. It’s neo-slavery!"
Absolutely outstanding reasoning.. :-) You rock, SF.

As for Jimmah Cahtduh...ptui

Z said...

by the way, did you hear that the N Koreans are being punished and/or put in prison for not having cried truly sincere tears at the funeral proceedings?

Ducky's here said...

Jimmy Carter, the ideal democrat, would fit equally well in either the US or North Korea, as would the obedient propaganda toadies at MSNBC...

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Wish I had my game on today with that kind of hyperbole.

But the Pats won and I went to the opening of the Calderwood auditorium at the Gardner for the opening concert and it's easy to say this is one of if not the best small concert venue in the country.
The top chamber groups are going to be fighting to play here.

So I'm too mellow to respond. Obama's a Stalinist, yeah really.

Jersey McJones said...

When did Carter say that, Silver?

JMJ

KP said...

Very creative, SF!

Satisfied my morning smile fix.

Teresa said...

Great one SilverFiddle! Democrats have propagated a lie for years while they are the racists who keep the poor chained to government assistance.

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How I wish Anna were here today to give us the skinny on Camp Pain Advertising! She was peerless in her ability to illustrate just how much "S" there was in whatever form of BS she chose to target.

~ FreeThinke

Anonymous said...

I think it's high time we made "racism" respectable again. It's as natural as breathing and as American as motherhood and apple pie.

Be like the D'Rats. Show no shame, make no apologies and give no quarter.

This very bizarre idea that it should be ILLEGAL and PUNISHABLE not to LIKE someone -- for WHATEVER reason -- has got to GO.

Add no, I am NOT advocating Cross Burnings, Lynchings, and DENIAL of OPPORTUNITY to better oneself -- through HARD WORK, SELF-DISCIPLINE, and PATIENT ENDURANCE.

Let's face EVERYBODY is a "RACIST" according to modern notions of what that means. ALL identifiable ethnic groups and political factions PREFER their OWN KIND, and regard all others with suspicion, resentment and the desire to BEAT the "OTHERS" into SUBMISSION.

Anyone who seriously denies this is either hopelessly deluded, mentally defective or a damned hypocrite.

Let's clear the air, stop playing PC games, stop pussyfooting around, and START CALLING a SPADE a SPADE.

And get this, and get it straight: It is NOT the skin color or the "religion" that matters. It's the clash of CULTURAL MORES and VALUES -- and above all the BEHAVIOR that produce conflict.

If someone is lovable, they will be loved. If they are hateful and obnoxious, they WILL be despised -- and rightly so.

It's the BEHAVIOR, Stupid!

~ FreeThinke

Leticia said...

Darn! Shame North Korea wouldn't take Carter, now we are stuck with him.

According to Democrats, all Conservatives and Republicans are racists. Not surprising they love using the race card when it suits their demented agenda and purpose.

Mitt Romney does something nice and is criticized for it. Figures. The MSM would find fault with that as well.

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Bunkerville said...

YOu had your "A" game on today SF!

Liberalmann said...

Freethinke said; "I think it's high time we made "racism" respectable again." Yeah... it is...among dumbuck loser wingnuts. Why....it is 'natural,' and almost required. Lol.

Ducky's here said...

Give him some slack. He's taking a break from ranting about the Jewish banking cabal.

KP said...

Ducky: << Calderwood auditorium at the Gardner >>

What a beautiful venue. The pictures I have seen support that. With only 300 seats and the efforts put toward sound quality, no surprise you report it is world class. Enjoy. I wish it were in San Diego (as well as the San Diego Patriots).

Anonymous said...

CARtER was always a NON-STARTER.
NOW, he'd just an OLD FARTER.


~ FT

Ducky's here said...
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Ducky's here said...

Yeah KP, it's quite a venue. I hope it attracts a younger crowd. Very few in their 20's attend.

Too bad because for museum members it's only $17. Seems a much better deal to me than blowing 50-100 for an arena revival of some hair band.

Oh well, if the Museum of Fine Arts expansion was a grand slam then the Gardner expansion is at least a bases clearing triple. The old guard was making a fuss about it being updated but the essential character of the museum has been enhanced in my opinion.

Now if we can just get the younger generation interested.

98ZJUSMC said...

"Un is the Un-Jong, the refreshing crisp and clean no caffeine 7Up uncola to the former dictators's oppressive caffeine-laden cola.

Carter said that. This is not an Onion spoof?

jez said...

FreeThinke: racism is natural (as are shitting, theft and cowardice) but that doesn't mean we should endow it with respect.

"This very bizarre idea that it should be ILLEGAL and PUNISHABLE not to LIKE someone"
certainly is a bizarre idea, but I'm aware of only one person promulgating it (you).

"ALL identifiable ethnic groups and political factions PREFER their OWN KIND, and regard all others with suspicion, resentment and the desire to BEAT the "OTHERS" into SUBMISSION."

Political factions, perhaps (some of them) but ethnic groups, no. It is really unimportant to some people. If everyone suspected, resented and wished to beat to submission all other ethnic groups, that makes lots of common-place things (eg. mixed marriages) impossible to explain. You must spend much of the time an a state of profound confusion.

"Anyone who seriously denies this is either hopelessly deluded, mentally defective or a damned hypocrite."

I can see that you're so firmly entrenched in your own stupid ideas that you insult in advance anyone who disagrees. Am I supposed to be impressed?

"It's the clash of CULTURAL MORES and VALUES -- and above all the BEHAVIOR that produce conflict."

Sure that happens. There's plenty along those lines that I object to around the world. And, insofar as ethnic group can be used as a proxy for cultural mores and values, I understand your point. My objection is that ethnic group makes a very poor proxy for cultural mores and values.

Silverfiddle said...

USMC & Jersey: This is not an Onion Spoof, it is a Western Hero spoof!

Anonymous said...

Why has the spacing between lines suddenly become such a mess today?

I hope that doesn't reflect a permanent change of policy?

I hope there will be an explanation forthcoming soon.

~ FreeThinke

Anonymous said...

How quickly doctrinaire liberals reveal themselves to be totally devoid of anything even faintly resembling a sense of humor -- and how eager they are to find an excuse to express contempt and disapproval!

~ FreeThinke

Silverfiddle said...

It's my policy of trying to limit comments...

Just kidding! I don't know what the hell happened. I notice it too...

KP said...

Ducky: << Now if we can just get the younger generation interested. >>

With the loss of music classes in public K-12 schools that is going to be an uphill battle without coordinated family cooperation.

I recall my elementary school required each child to have a Swanson Tonnette in 3rd or 4th grade and I was very excited about it. We began to learn to read music at the same time. It seemed natural to move up to an instrument in middle school and into music history courses in high school. Then, for some, into a conservatory of music at university. You probably agree, the exposure must start at a young age.

Anonymous said...

Ducky,

Forget about making things "interesting" for the little bastards.

There are some things one MUST know, whether one is "interested" or not.

Toilet Training
Brushing one's teeth
Eating with a knife, fork and spoon
Tying one's shoelaces
Telling time
Learning the The R's
How to budget one's resources
How to balance a checkbook

After that it's pretty much up for grabs. Things like acquiring knowledge of Greek and Latin, appreciating The Films of Francois Truffaut, the Art Songs of Hugo Wolf, the fine points of Palladian Architecture, How to Read the Messages in Stained Glass Windows in Europe's Gothic Cathedrals, The Art of Fugue, the growing of Prize Tuberose Begonias, and how best to produce a Grande Marnier Soufflé as presented in Larousse Gastronomique are simply not for everyone. Those who are truly capable of appreciating such things will find a way to learn more about them -- on their own.

A true thirst for knowledge and culture must be slaked. State "programs" are no substitute for passion, baby.

~ FreeThinke

Kid said...

Love that headline !

jez said...

You've got to have exposure before you can have interest.