Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Jimmuh, Working Hard To Remain the Worst President Ever

June 19, 2007

As I previously showed, Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States and one-termer, is undoubtedly the worst president we ever had to endure.

Right in a Left World: Jimmuh, What Have You Done?

Right in a Left World: Jimmy Carter, Still A Failure

Trying to out do himself in ineptness, Carter is now calling on the United States and the European Union to Stop favoring Fatah over Hamas!
Hamas, a known Palestinian terrorist group, responsible for many suicide bombings and advocating the destruction of the state of Israel, has waged open warfare on Fatah, another Palestinian group that sees the futility of constant warring with Israel and recognizes Israel’s right to exist.

By some quirk, Hamas gained elected control of the Palestinian Parliament last year, while the Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, Fatah, is trying desparately to end the fighting and attacks between Israel and Palestine, for the betterment of both peoples.

Amazingly enough, Abbas seems to get it as even the Leftist Liberals preach, just accept each other and co-exist. Liberal Jimmy Carter, however, seems to feel that funding the group desiring peace is abhorrent while funds should go to the terrorist group that desires to conquer not only the Palestinian People, but destroy Israel in the process.

Carter claims Hamas has “proven itself to be far more organized in its political and military showdowns with the Fatah movement.” Carter also said the American-Israeli-European consensus to reopen direct aid to the new government in the West Bank, but to deny the same to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, represented an "effort to divide Palestinians into two peoples."

No, Mr. Carter, it represents seeking to help those who desire peace in the middle East and defeat those who desire total destruction of the only Democratic Nation there, Israel.

Carter’s stance makes me wonder if he would have lobbied in favor of the nazi’s during the Battle of the Bulge because the German Army had “proven itself to be far more organized in its political and military showdowns.”

Jimmuh, we already know you are the worst president in American history. We see you working hard to prove you are also the worst ex-president in American history. You prove it to us every time you open your mouth.

But, even for you, advocating favoring a terrorist group over another group desiring to seek actual coexistence with a former enemy is unbelievable.

What next, Jimmuh, will you advocate we stop favoring the freely elected Iraqi government over Al Qaeda insurgents?

Stick to your peanuts, Jimmuh. Even you can’t screw up Peanut Butter as bad as you did the country.



Anonymous said...

Newt Gingrich fears that Republicans have been branded with the label of incompetence. He says that the Bush Administration has become a Republican version of the Jimmy Carter Presidency, when nothing seemed to go right. “It’s just gotten steadily worse,” he said. “You hire Presidents, at a minimum, to run the country well enough that you don’t have to think about it, and, at a maximum, to draw the country together to meet great challenges you can’t avoid thinking about.” Gingrich continued, “When you have the collapse of the Republican Party, you have an immediate turn toward the Democrats, not because the Democrats are offering anything better, but on a ‘not them’ basis. And if you end up in a 2008 campaign between ‘them’ and ‘not them,’ ‘not them’ is going to win.”

kloin said...

In the consternation over former President Jimmy Carter's criticism of the Bush administration's foreign policy, one fact shouldn't be lost: Carter had a point.
Former presidents usually don't speak harshly about their successors, which is why Carter has backtracked since his recent remarks.
Members of the former presidents club usually are more circumspect. ... But Carter is 82, and people of a certain age often speak with unrestrained candor. Despite the Camp David accords and a Nobel Peace Prize won in 2002, Carter knows firsthand what a disastrous foreign policy looks like.
It looks like this: A pre-emptive war in Iraq, launched despite U.N. opposition, that has helped create a terrorist training ground. A Middle East even more polarized than it was when Bush took office. Rhetoric about the “axis of evil” that has raised hostility levels, even as he pursued war in Iraq and kept his hands off far more dangerous nuclear aspirants. The U.S. Army stretched to the breaking point. ...
Whoever wins the White House in 2008 will inherit all of these messes. We trust Bush will have the good grace not to criticize. All bets are off Carter.

Anonymous said...

Despite some notable accomplishments in domestic and foreign policy, Nixon is mostly associated today with disdain for the Constitution and abuse of presidential power. Obsessed with secrecy and media leaks, he viewed every critic as a threat to national security and illegally spied on U.S. citizens. Nixon considered himself above the law.
Bush has taken this disdain for law even further. He has sought to strip people accused of crimes of rights that date as far back as the Magna Carta in Anglo-American jurisprudence: trial by impartial jury, access to lawyers and knowledge of evidence against them. In dozens of statements when signing legislation, he has asserted the right to ignore the parts of laws with which he disagrees. His administration has adopted policies regarding the treatment of prisoners of war that have disgraced the nation and alienated virtually the entire world. Usually, during wartime, the Supreme Court has refrained from passing judgment on presidential actions related to national defense. The court's unprecedented rebukes of Bush's policies on detainees indicate how far the administration has strayed from the rule of law.

This administration is a potent combination of dishonesty and incompetence. I would have to give Bush the prize as the worst President ever.