Ted Turner struggles for clarity; Jimmy Carter seems less confused

Ted Turner said the other day that he had trouble making up his mind which side he supports in the war on terror. If Turner has struggled with this, one can only imagine how fellow Georgian, Jimmy Carter, views the matter. One also wonders whose side, if any, Carter was on when, on behalf of President Clinton, he negotiated the “agreed framework” which paved the way for North Korea to go nuclear.
Carter defends his agreed sell-out, and argues for more of the same, in today’s New York Times. Steve Hayward, the best source for all things Jimmy, has more.

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