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Jimmy Carter Approves of Your Kids Listening to Beyonce
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Just in case you were wondering, in addition to Jimmy Carter’s bewildering comments about France and Israel, he’s also expressed some vocal opposition to Mike Huckabee’s theory that Beyonce is tearing at the delicate social fabric that joins our proud nation together. According to Jimmy Carter, whose opinions are still surprisingly interesting to the news media despite his disasterous track record on basically everything except running a non-profit (and that includes peanut farming), the Obamas are not terrible parents because they support their daughters’ choices in music. 

Because, obviously.

Former President Jimmy Carter defended Barack Obama’s parenting skills Wednesday, after former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee expressed dismay that the President would let his teenage daughters listen to singer Beyoncé.

“I think the President is doing a good job,” Carter said when TMZ caught up with him to ask about Huckabee’s comments.

The former Arkansas governor criticized the Obamas in a People magazine interview published Tuesday for policing their daughters’ diets, but not the content of the music they listen to.

I would assume that Jimmy Carter and Mike Huckabee don’t agree on much, at least as far as social issues are concerned, but I’m not sure whether the Obama’s care what either one of them thinks.

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