Georgia peanut farmer Jimmy Carter is investigating a new cash crop.
The former democratic president and peanut farmer has reportedly accepted an invitation from Marxist Bolivian leader Evo Morales to harvest coca leaves on the communist’s plantation.
The American Thinker reported this story from Globovision:
In La Paz this Saturday, former U.S. President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Jimmy Carter accepted an invitation from Bolivian ruler and coca grower Evo Morales to harvest coca leaves on the Andean ruler’s rural property in the El Chapare region (Central Bolivia).
“I hope that my next visit I will be able to go to El Chapare, where he (Morales) is going to take me to harvest coca leaves,” thus affirmed the former head of state, with the help of an interpreter, during a press conference together with the Bolivian head of state, after a private meeting at the Government Palace.
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Morales, leader of the coca harvesters of Bolivia, first fielded the invitation, amidst smiles and a pleasant press statement, assuring that there has been a long friendship with the Nobel Peace Laureate, who even invited him once to harvest peanuts on his lands near Atlanta (Georgia, Southeast U.S.). …
Maybe they can relax, unwind and enjoy a good chew together.