I don't know about the rest of you - but I feel that I deserve an apology from former President
Jimmy Carter. I am appalled that "he" thinks that he can look into my heart, and he knows
what's in my heart and soul. As an American citizen I am owned an apology. I demand it.
Please write a letter to him and demand an apology.

Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
441 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30307-1498

this is the only address I can find -- anyone else?

Thank you and GOD Bless America !

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Comment by Colleen on September 25, 2009 at 11:59am
During the presidential election Obama tried to use the race card himself, but I think he is starting to see how it is backfiring on the left. Now he is trying to avoid any mention of race when his policies are being questioned or even, heaven forbid, criticized. I believe people in this country are smart enough to know the difference between true racism and the cynical attempts by the left to divert attention from their president's falling poll numbers and stratospheric deficits. In regards to Jimmy Carter, someone needs to buy him a custom-made muzzle with a device to immobolize his tongue. This will be the only way to keep him from embarrassing himself any further. Maybe if they do pass a Government Controlled Healthcare Bill, they could perform emergency surgery to have his foot permantly removed from his mouth. That is something I wouldn't mind my tax dollars being spent on.
Comment by Rondal Mullins on September 25, 2009 at 7:01am
Thanks Joanne for your post. Jimmy Carter went off the deep end a long time ago. What about this supposition that if Caucasian people don't accept everything that Barack Obama proposes they are racist? First of all his mother was Caucasian so he's racially as much my president as he is a black person's president. If he had some character I'd approve of him as my president. [CHARACTER = 4 : the complex of mental and ethical traits marking a person or a group 7 : reputation 8 : moral excellence (c)2000 Zane Publishing, Inc. and Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. All rights reserved] Rondal Mullins

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