Jimmy Carter Gives Advice to Barack Obama to Win Second Term … “Don’t Alienate the Voters” … Too Late


Mirror, mirror on the wall … who’s the most alienating of all?

Jimmy Carter, a past one term failed Democrat President giving Barack Obama, a present “Epic Fail”  one term President advice on how to win a second term … “DON’T ALIENATE VOTERS”. Is this a SNL skit or is this for real? Who knew that Carter was the all wise knowing sage of the Democrat party, especially when it comes to “One Term” Presidencies.

Former President Jimmy Carter has some advice for Barack Obama as he gears up for the 2012 election: Don’t alienate voters with controversial positions.

The Georgia Democrat told The Associated Press on Tuesday that just about everything he did alienated voters, from sealing a treaty to hand over the Panama Canal to establishing diplomatic ties with China.

Carter said: “If your main goal is to get re-elected, avoid a controversial subject as much as you can in the first term.”

Hey Jimmy, not sure if you have paid attention to Barack Obama’s first term, but he has already alienated voters with controversial subject matter. Can you say Obamacare? Maybe next Carter can provide advice on the Misery Index, the economy and “Malaise” in America.

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