Al Sharpton didn’t say it, Jessie Jackson didn’t say it, but Former President J.Carter did.
Yesterday former president Jimmy Carter said that Rep. Joe Wilson’s outburst during President Obama’s speech was “based on racism” Mr. Carter made this remark to an audience at the presidential center in ATL Georgia. See original article
Former president J. Carter also said, “Those kinds of thngs are not just casual outcomes of a sincere debate on whether we should have a national program on health care. It’s deeper than that”
Like I said the cat is out of the bag now. The remarks made by Rep. Joe Wilson after the incident makes it easier to agree with the former president.
According to Rep. Joe Wilson, he apologized at the request of the White House and thats all that needed.
Well, Mr. Rep. Joe Wilson, its obvious that if the White House had not requested your apology you wouldn’t have given one. In other words, you had no intentions of righting your wrong, because as far as your concerned, you did nothing wrong. You don’t want to apologize again, or correctly because you didn’t mean it then, and feel an apology isn’t necessary.
How do you like your celebrity status now?
Yes, Rep. Joe Wilson should give a formal acceptable apology. He not only disrespected our President be he disrespected the citizens of the United State. Rep. Joe Wilson was put in his position by the people, and therefore owes an apology to the people who put him there.
We all have opinions and a right to disagree with one other. But is the way we present ourselves and views that gives our opinion effect.
I personally don’t think that Rep. Joe Wilson’s outburst was a mistake. He expressed his true feeling about a lot with the one statement. He knew what he was doing, what he didn’t expect was the outcome. The outcome he was looking for was a parade in the streets, but instead he trashed his reputation.
As far as I”m concerned, he shouldn’t represent our nation in any way what so ever.