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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Senatorial Responses To The Call To Censure Jimmy The Dhimmi

Usually the nonsense liberals spout is kind of cute, but in wartime their instinctive idiocy is life-threatening. ~ Ann Coulter

My Republican senators are wussing out on this issue. Lindsey "The Lapdog" Graham hasn't responded at all (he's probably waiting for a pat on the head and instructions from John F. U. McCain), and Jim DeMint's office sent a "blah, blah, blah...he's a private citizen doing private things...blah, blah, blah" response. I'm very disappointed in Senator DeMint. His normally brass balls must be out for polishing this week.

But take heart, there are members of Congress who aren't just sitting back with their thumbs up their asses:
"America must speak with one voice against our terrorist enemies," Rep. Joe Knollenberg, R-Mich., said in a statement from his office. "It sends a fundamentally troubling message when an American dignitary is engaged in dialogue with terrorists. My legislation will make sure that taxpayer dollars are not being used to support discussions or negotiations with terrorist groups."

Knollenberg said the Carter Center has received about $19 million in taxpayer funds since 2001. He named his bill the Coordinated American Response to Extreme Radicals Act — or CARTER Act, for short. The Carter Center is housed at Emory University in Atlanta.

The non-binding legislation was forwarded by Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa. If adopted, the bill would express the "sense of Congress" that it "disapproves of former President Jimmy Carter's freelance diplomatic efforts in the Middle East, which contradict the stated foreign policy position of the current Administration."

The new legislation is the latest embodiment of scorn directed at Carter over meetings he plans this week with leaders of Hamas, which both the United States and Israel recognize as a terror organization and with which they refuse to negotiate.
Contact your representatives and senators and ask them to support the CARTER Act. And don't forget to sign the petition for the censure of Mr. Carter. I'm not taking "no" for an answer; neither should you.

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