Jimmy Carter's grandson, James Carter IV, is the mystery leaker behind a video showing Mitt Romney criticizing the 47 percent of Americans who receive government aid.
This is an intriguing twist to the controversial story, because pieces of the "47 percent video" have been online for several months, and no one took notice. How did it finally wind up in the hands of Mother Jones magazine?
James is presently unemployed, so he spends his days surfing the Internet, looking for videos which make Republicans look bad. How about browsing the classifieds, instead? He's pathetically hoping his "opposition research" will lead to a position in the Obama administration. Um, good luck with that, James.
Regardless, the presidential scion really struck gold a few months ago. During his Internet travels, James came across clips from a Republican fundraiser, showing Mitt Romney slamming the entitlement culture in America.
It's pretty ironic that Carter had all this free time, because he can't secure employment. Who else can spend all day looking at video clips on YouTube? If this loser spent less time online, maybe he could find a job.
If James really wants to get the economy back on track, he should be helping Romney win the election. After all, under Barack Obama, the jobless situation is the worst since the Great Depression.