Worse Than The Enemy

Jimmy Carter started my swing to the right.  Seeing his incomparable stupidity as a kid in the seventies, I started, slowly, to question the Democrat-leaning worldview I’d been brought up in.

Over the years, he’s shown himself to be a deeply loathsome man.

“But how can you say that?”, ask those who haven’t scratched beneath his surface.  “He works for peace!  He builds houses!”

Yeah, and he has an odd sense of right and wrong:

Former President Jimmy Carter once complained there were “too many Jews” on the government’s Holocaust Memorial Council, Monroe Freedman, the council’s former executive director, told WND in an exclusive interview.

Freedman, who served on the council during Carter’s term as president, also revealed a noted Holocaust scholar who was a Presbyterian Christian was rejected from the council’s board by Carter’s office because the scholar’s name “sounded too Jewish.”

Whatever it takes to give this nation the sense of collective shame it should have for having elected this vile little hamster, I’ll do it.

3 thoughts on “Worse Than The Enemy

  1. Mitch reminisced: “Jimmy Carter started my swing to the right. Seeing his incomparable stupidity as a kid in the seventies, I started, slowly, to question the Democrat-leaning worldview I’d been brought up in.”

    Imagine all the little Democrats we’re creating right now!

  2. what, exactly, would any Israeli, Jew, American, or European suggest should the Palestinians be expected to do when their homes are stolen (which I heard a dissenter of Carter’s – a Jewish member of his team – admit to is happening over and over again), when their kids are killed in “collateral damage”?

    They’d be pissed.

    But, like Carter and most of the Palestinians’ apologists, you omit huge swathes of the story. The Palestinians are “without homes” because, in 1948, at the advice of their leadership, they fled Israel, even though Israel committed itself at independence to accepting them. And while Israel’s Arab neighbors could easily have absorbed the “refugees”, they refused; they were worth more to them, in their goal of eradicating Israel, as a boiling sore on Israel’s periphery, a time bomb not only left in place, but carefully stoked for generations. So tuned were they for this purpose that when Ehud Barak repudiated the Netanyahu hard line and gave the Palestinians virtually everything they asked for and had a plausible right to, they still kept fighting to eradicate the Jews.

    So the premise of your objection – that the Palestinians are an oppressed people – is true, and still dodges the truth; their homes, their lives, their society are all being held hostage by Arab governments who want, indeed need, to exploit the ongoing misery to keep Israel out there, in the great Orwellian tradition, as an eternal enemy.

    You can ‘cow’ a populace to a point, but when things seem to never get better, they eventually get frustrated.

    Yep.  So ask yourself – who’s behind the “cowing”? 


  3. Carter is without a doubt the worst President of the 20th century. Those who have forgotten need only remember his “Malaise” speech–“Say something GOOD about America!”

    The best measure of the man is that he is an anti-Semite who seems to have completely forgotten that his great mentor–Admiran Hyman Rickover–was a Jew.

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