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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Jimmy "The Peanut Farmer" Carter Disses U.S....Again

Leave it to the Worst. President. Ever! - Jim-mah Kah-ter, arguably the weakest and least effective person ever to occupy the White House, to criticize the U.S. and Israel, and to lend sympathy to Terrorists, like Hezbollah.

Full Interview Here.

Some excerpts:

    Question: You also mentioned the hatred for the United States throughout the Arab world which has ensued as a result of the invasion of Iraq. Given this circumstance, does it come as any surprise that Washington's call for democracy in the Middle East has been discredited?

    Carter: No, as a matter of fact, the concerns I exposed have gotten even worse now with the United States supporting and encouraging Israel in its unjustified attack on Lebanon.

    Question: But wasn't Israel the first to get attacked?

    Carter: I don't think that Israel has any legal or moral justification for their massive bombing of the entire nation of Lebanon. What happened is that Israel is holding almost 10,000 prisoners, so when the militants in Lebanon or in Gaza take one or two soldiers, Israel looks upon this as a justification for an attack on the civilian population of Lebanon and Gaza. I do not think that's justified, no.

    Question: As president, your performance was often criticized. But the work you did after leaving office to promote human rights has been widely praised. Has life been unfair to you?

    Carter: I've been lucky in my life. Everything that I've done has brought great pleasure and gratification to me and my wife. I had four years in the White House -- it was not a failure. For someone to serve as president of the United States you can't say it is a political failure.

His presidency was "not a failure"? BWA-HA HA HA HA HA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! Maybe those four glorious years for him were a Dandy Of A Time! But ask the rest of the people who had 20% home mortgage rates.

I guess Mr. Peanut somehow forgot his own words:

    During the Presidential campaign of 1976, Democratic candidate, Jimmy Carter, made frequent references to the Misery Index, which by the summer of 1976 was at 13.57%.

    Carter stated that no man responsible for giving a country a misery index that high, had a right to even ask to be President.

    Carter won the 1976 election. However, by 1980, when President Carter was running for re-election against Ronald Reagan, the Misery Index had reached an all-time high of 21.98%. Carter lost the election to Reagan. During the Reagan era, the index averaged 12.19 with a 7.70 low.

The Carter "Presidency"...the WORST, most ABYSMAL four year period this country has ever suffered through, bar none.


I agree - worst President ever. He should shut up and keep building house as his pentance. His lack of leadership during the Iran hostage crisis is one of the main reasons we're still having problems with them today. "Dialogue is the answer" - yeah right. Dialogue is not what got our hostages back from Iran. Dialogue didn't prevent Hezbollah from taking Israeli hostages. Dialogue didn't solve World War I or World War II issues. For a guy who supposedly reads a lot of history books - he hasn't learned very much which might explain his foreign policy failure. He is the last person in this world who should be criticize any President on foreign policy.
Now don't go getting upset, but let me ask...are you a Liberal leaving a comment full of satire are sarcasm? If you are, it's OK. I just want you to know I appreciate the sarc.
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