Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Jimmy Carter Is A Friggin' Idiot

Jimmy Carter is having so much trouble holding together the little fantasy world he has created that he actually gets angry at CNN's Wolf Blitzer in this interview.

From Prime Time Politics:

Let's inspect Carter's points. 1. Hamas is not an obstacle to peace in the region 2. Hamas would accept Israel as a Jewish state living alongside a Palestinian state 3. Hamas really wants a ceasefire, but Israel rejects their please for one, and so "the conflict goes on" The reality is the exact opposite on every point. Hamas has continuously launched rockets and other acts of terrorism aimed at Israeli civilians, they've never ceased, regardless of the phony "ceasefires" you hear the AP reporting from time to time. Approximately 30 seconds after good ole Jimmy announced that Hamas was willing to recognize a Jewish State of Israel alongside a Palestinian state, none other than Khaled Mashal, the head of Hamas, contradicted him. It wasn't "spokespersons" for Hamas that contradicted him, it was the head of the terrorist organization himself.

Lastly, Hamas likes to choose very opportune times to offer "ceasefires." Namely, as their leaders start being targeted by Israeli helicopters seems to be the running theme. Of course, they cynically offer "ceasefires" knowing that it puts Israel in the position of choosing between targeting the terrorists that have just attacked their civilian population, or being labeled warmongers who don't want a ceasefire by their friends in the international media.

Sadly, a former President of the United States of America never fails to step up to the plate on behalf of the terrorists of Hamas.


Damien said...

Is Jimmy Carter's brain actually shrinking? Is it just me, or is he getting dumber and dumber?
Jimmy Carter has got to be at least one of the worst presidents in American history. It is a least participially his fault, Ayatollah Khomeini came to power in Iran.

Giving radical Islam its start

What's really interesting is that person who wrote the above article is Denesh D'Souza. He criticized Robert Spencer for pointing out the violent passages in the Koran and was upset with him for criticizing Islam. But he gets it more than Jimmy Carter.

Here's another link backing up the idea that he is a disgrace to his country and the free world.

Jimmy Carter's Legacy of Failure

And yet another,

Jimmy Carter's Disingenuous Diplomacy

Pastorius said...

I was a teenager when Carter was President. I remember the time well. Carter was deadset on the idea that America was a failure, and that we would all have to learn to live with less.

Reagan proved him wrong, and turned everything around within about two years.

Damien said...


"Reagan proved him wrong" is an understatement.

By the way, did you check out my links?

Pastorius said...

Yes. Carter ought to realize he is wrong when even Norman Finkelstein criticizes him.