Thursday, December 22, 2011

Jimmy Carter Sends Condolences To Norks

Former President Jimmy Carter has sent North Korea a message of condolence over the death of Kim Jong-il and wished "every success" to the man expected to take over as dictator, according to the communist country's state-run news agency.
A dispatch from the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Mr. Carter sent the message to Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-il's son and heir apparent.
"In the message Jimmy Carter extended condolences to Kim Jong Un and the Korean people over the demise of leader Kim Jong Il. He wished Kim Jong Un every success as he assumes his new responsibility of leadership, looking forward to another visit to [North Korea] in the future," the KCNA dispatch read."

READ ON as Messenger-Leaks exposes more of the letter sent by Mr. Carter:

" condolences for the loss of a man so close to ma heart. We shared so very many life experiences and came to agree that no one can fulfill the love a man needs like another man can. For instance, I was so happy to discover that your Daddy would come into your room to play find-the-pickle whenever your Momma wasn't home, because that is exactly what my Daddy did with me.

...and as how you're going to get along with President Obama, well don't you have a care son. Just looky at all them photos of him a bowin' and a' scrapin' to every third-world tinhorn. The boy will bend over backwards for you so don't be havin'  no never-minds.

All my love,
Uncle Jimmy

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