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President Carter: “Rest in Peace, America!”

WASHINGTON–During an interview with Larry King last week, former President Jimmy Carter single-handedly solved the problem of terrorism against the West:  all we have to do is to surrender.  What could be simpler than that?


The (thankfully) former President explained that the US should not force despotic, murderous, countries such as North Korea and Iraq to abandon their weapons of mass destruction.  Instead, argued Carter, “the major powers need to set an example” by disarming themselves first.  As it turns out, if the Allies had only set the right “example” for Adolf Hitler, most of World War II could have been averted–which would have been good news for those of you who like sauerkraut and bratwurst.  Unfortunately, Carter was too young to serve as President at the time.


The has-been President also criticized the United States for keeping too much of it’s taxpayers money to itself, instead of giving it away to poor terrorist-breeding countries like Europe does.


Although the Nobel committee currently offers no official prize for “appeasement of murderous thugs,” it will award Carter the “Peace” prize on 10 December at a ceremony in Oslo.

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