Still Pissed Off About the Hawley-Smoot Tariff

Monday, September 27, 2004

If You Can't Trust Jimmy Carter to Tell You About Election Fraud...

...who can you trust?

The former President is worried about the elections in Florida.

I know what you're thinking, and I agree. It's true. We all should be worried that the failing government schools in Florida haven't educated the morons who couldn't figure out the ballot four years ago, so why should we trust them to vote properly this time?

And you're also thinking, After Bush sends all those hurricanes into Florida, using a special hurricane machine designed by Halliburton and the Jews, of course people are going to get disenfranchised!

But trust me, if Jimmy Carter is worried about the Florida vote, then we all should be. After all, this is the guy who observed Hugo Chavez' perfectly legitimate victory in Venezuela.

Now I'm sure you're all interested to know what the "minimum international standards" are that Florida does not meet. Me too, and I'm sure Mr. Carter will explain that in all the necessary detail the next time he gives a press conference. So let's all be patient...

Update, but no, not an update to provide any of Carter's details, which I assume are forthcoming:

If the above-linked column got you angry, you have something in common with Neal Boortz.

You can also read VodkaPundit's take on Carter's comments. It's good because he shows how Carter's criticism is fundamentally at odds with the United States Constitution.