On former Massachusetts Gov. Romney, the former Democratic president said he would like to see Romney win the Republican presidential nomination.
"I'm not taking a position, but I would be very pleased to see him win the Republican nomination," Carter said on an interview on MSNBC set to air Thursday night.
Carter also said he appreciated that Rep. Bachmann (R-Minn.) worked on Carter's presidential campaign in 1976. Bachmann has mentioned how she was a Democrat during college but switched parties after because she disagreed with certain foreign and domestic policies of the left.
"I know, and I appreciate that she helped me out!," Carter said.
Carter expressed confidence that Obama would be reelected.
Aaannd that last part is where he returns to delusional-land, once again. Aside from Perry, I bet Cain, Gengrich and Santorum are breathing a sigh of relief that he didn't mention them! So, although Perry's biggest weakness still needs to be improved upon (no, not the inoculation controversy, but his softness on illegal immigration), this would seem to solidify his ranking as the Republican frontrunner, and likely nominee...certainly a better fate than Carter's Kiss of Death!