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Sunday, June 07, 2009

Carter 'fears' Lebanese election results won't be 'accepted'

Former American President Jimmy Carter, whose Carter Center is supervising Lebanese elections being held on Sunday, 'fears' that the election results will not be 'accepted.' What's left unsaid is that fear only applies should Hezbullah and its allies win.
Former US President Jimmy Carter, who is heading the Carter Centre observation mission to the Lebanese parliamentary elections, said Sunday he does not fear the elections' outcome but 'fears the possibility that people will not accept their outcome in a friendly spirit.'

During a tour of a polling station in the capital Beirut, Carter told reporters that 'he had called certain American officials on Saturday, who confirmed that US President Barack Obama and his administration will accept what the Lebanese people decide.'
If George W. Bush were still the President, it is likely that Hezbullah winning the election would lead to a cutoff of American aid to Lebanon. But with Barack Hussein Obama in charge, the aid money will keep flowing regardless of who is in charge. Carter's 'fear' is a straw man.

What could go wrong?


At 8:44 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The US will make nice with Hezbollah, which massacred Americans only a few decades ago and keep putting the squeeze upon Israel.

With friends like Jimmy Carter, she doesn't need enemies.

What could go wrong indeed

At 12:07 AM, Blogger PM said...

keep a eye on that guy, he was the proxy to spoil Nepal election too.. he was infact the person who tunneled tons of money to maoist in Nepal.. making Nepal a communist country, that is still struggling...


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