Jimmy Carter Watch: Bush Administration is “The Worst in History” Part 2

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Now, former President Jimmy Carter is showing remorse for calling the Bush Administration “the worst in history.”

“My remarks were maybe careless or misinterpreted but I wasn’t comparing the overall administration and certainly not talking about anyone personally,” Carter said in an interview Monday when asked to explain.

The comments “were interpreted as comparing this whole administration to all other administrations when what I was actually doing was responding to a question about foreign policy between [President Richard] Nixon and this administration, and I think that this administration’s foreign policy compared to Nixon’s was much worse. … I wasn’t comparing this administration with other administrations throughout history but just with President Nixon’s,” he told NBC’s “The Today Show.”

Carter, whose administration was plagued by sky-high inflation and a 444-day American hostage crisis in Iran, was filling in a quote Saturday in which he said, “I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history.”

Guess Jimmy still wants to be invited to events at the White House.

This peanut farmer is as big a MORON as he was when he was fighting that rabbitt when he was President.

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Former President Jimmy Carter listens to a student’s question after speaking about his book ‘Palestine: Peace not Apartheid,’ in this March 8, 2007 file photo at George Washington University in Washington. Britain’s support for the war in Iraq was a ‘major tragedy’ for the world, Carter said Saturday May 19, 2007 as he criticized Tony Blair’s unwavering support for President Bush. Asked how he would judge Blair’s support of Bush, a Republican, the former Democratic president said: ‘Abominable. Loyal. Blind. Apparently subservient.’

AP: Carter blasts Bush on his global impact

Former President Carter says President Bush’s administration is “the worst in history” in international relations, taking aim at the White House’s policy of pre-emptive war and its Middle East diplomacy.

The criticism from Carter, which a biographer says is unprecedented for the 39th president, also took aim at Bush’s environmental policies and the administration’s “quite disturbing” faith-based initiative funding.

“I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history,” Carter told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in a story that appeared in the newspaper’s Saturday editions. “The overt reversal of America’s basic values as expressed by previous administrations, including those of George H.W. Bush and
Ronald Reagan and
Richard Nixon and others, has been the most disturbing to me.”

Carter spokeswoman Deanna Congileo confirmed his comments to The Associated Press on Saturday and declined to elaborate. He spoke while promoting his new audiobook series, “Sunday Mornings in Plains,” a collection of weekly Bible lessons from his hometown of Plains, Ga.

“Apparently, Sunday mornings in Plains for former President Carter includes hurling reckless accusations at your fellow man,” said Amber Wilkerson,
Republican National Committee spokeswoman. She said it was hard to take Carter seriously because he also “challenged Ronald Reagan’s strategy for the Cold War.”

This is REALLY the pot calling the kettle black.

Jimmy Carter was THE WORST PRESIDENT EVER.

And the American voters supported that feeling by throwing his Georgia Dumbass out of office and electing a REAL President, Ronald Reagan.

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Carter Nixes Debate With Outspoken Prof

Former President Carter turned down a request to debate Alan Dershowitz about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying the outspoken Harvard law professor “knows nothing about the situation.”

Carter, author of a new book advocating “peace not apartheid” in the region, said he will not visit Brandeis University to discuss the book because the university requested he debate Dershowitz.

“I don’t want to have a conversation even indirectly with Dershowitz,” Carter said in Friday’s Boston Globe. “There is no need … to debate somebody who, in my opinion, knows nothing about the situation in Palestine.”

The school’s debate request, Carter said, is proof that many in the United States are unwilling to hear an alternative view on the nation’s most taboo foreign policy issue, Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territory.

The WORST President in modern times.

Who buys this CRAP from the OLD HAS BEEN?

Allah over at Hot Air has more.

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Fox News: Longtime Aide to Jimmy Carter Resigns, Claims Carter’s New Book Is Filled With Factual Errors

A longtime aide to Jimmy Carter has resigned from the Carter Center think tank, calling the former president’s new book on Israel and the Arabs one-sided and filled with errors.

Kenneth Stein, the Carter Center’s first executive director and founder of its Middle East program, sent a letter that bluntly criticized the book to Carter and others.

Stein wrote that the book, “Palestine: Peace, Not Apartheid,” was replete with factual errors, material copied from other sources and “simply invented segments,” according to an excerpt of the letter published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Deanna Congileo, Carter’s spokeswoman, said the former president stands by the book.

Stein, who is also director of the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel at Emory University, did not immediately return a call Wednesday.

Carter issued a brief statement saying that Stein had not been actively involved with the center for more than 12 years and was not involved with the new book. Carter did not directly address Stein’s allegations.

Powerline has more. And at Huffington Post, Alan Dershowitz details many of the errors he found in Carter’s “indecent book.”

Isn’t former President Jimmy Carter ready for retirement yet? He was the WORST American President in the 20th century and he continues on and on with misguided policies and outright lies.

Jimmy give it a rest.

Who publishes his crap anyway?


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