Wednesday, May 4

With Friends Like Carter and Clinton, Who Needs Enemies

Between the two of them, James Carter and William Clinton, did more to proliferate nuclear weapons in Korea than anyone else, except Kim Jong Il. As Il was starting his nuclear build up in 1994, Clinton sent Carter to see if he couldn't fix the situation. Carter did -- but he fixed it for the wrong side.

Carter cut a deal that gave $4 billion worth of light-water nuclear reactors to Korea (to supposedly provide energy), along with $100 million in oil and $5 billion in economic and food aid.

As a result, by 1999, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea "the largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid in the Asia-Pacific region."

In the original agreement, Kim was supposed to halt his weapons program. It is obvious now just how honorably Kim kept his agreement. Kim, the leader Jimmy Carter called a "vigorous and intelligent man." More vigorous and intelligent, we may assume, than Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton put together.

And now here comes Hillary Clinton, running for President, and claiming to The New York Times that Pyongyang, couldn't arm a missile with a nuclear weapon "when George Bush became president, and now they can."

Hillary Clinton's son wasn't flying SAC airplanes over the Pacific in the 1990s monitoring North Korea and China's launch attempts. Mine was.

Clinton knew what was going on in Korea just as he knew what was going on in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. He let it all happen and for Hellacious Hillary to publicly accuse and blame President Bush for the monsters her husband created by turning a blind eye to problems as they arose, is the worst form of hypocrisy and dishonesty.

With friends like Carter and the Clintons, the US is much better off with their enemies. At least they are honest in their hatred.

1 comment:

Van Helsing said...

A Clinton trying to blame Bush for nukes in North Korea has got to be the pinnacle of hypocrisy. Kim Jong-Il played Clinton and that drooling dolt Carter for the useful idiots they are, and a mushroom cloud on our west coast could easily be the result. Now Iran is having the same sort of fun with the Euroweenies who think they can negotiate with them.

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