President Carter Is A Bad American

Former US President and Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter lobbied for maintaining a submarine base in Connecticut at the expense of military bases in Georgia. I have read writers claiming that Carter was looking out for the country, not just Georgia. That would be a new characteristic for Mr. Carter. Jimmy Carter has always been on the side of America’s enemies. He sided with Saddam Hussein and Yasser Arafat against the US and Israel. He currently supports North Korea, Cuba, China and other totalitarian regimes. He is anti-American from head to toe. I would bet that he preferred Hitler to Roosevelt.
Due to his consistent anti-American stand, he must believe that keeping the submarine base will weaken the US military and that is why he wanted to keep it open and close Georgia bases.
I closely follow President Carter’s statements while he is abroad. He has taken every opportunity to attack his country.
President Carter consistently apologizes for and sides with the sworn enemies of the United States. He is, by proxy, the ultimate role model of the Democrat party in the US and America haters around the world. Jimmy Carter was a good man at one time but has now become a disgrace to America.

About Al Teal

I am a retired electrical engineer, an instrument rated single engine airplane pilot. Search 'N387SP' to see my airplane. I am a juggler, an electronics maven and a political junkie. I am a constitutional conservative and share my views here and in newspapers around the nation (via letters to editors.) My personal website is
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