Jimmy Carter, Blaming the Jews and the Pope

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Jimmy Carter is still anti-semitic. He is also no fan of the Pope’s.

A couple weeks ago on Meet the Press, he again reminded us why he is one of the country’s worst presidents. In case you missed it, we would like to share it with you now.

He has been on the media circuit hawking his new book “A Call to Action, which calls for ending the abuse of women and girls around the world. A laudable goal and it’s too bad he didn’t stick with that and refrain from demonizing people who are not abusing women and girls.

He was only a few sentences into the interview when he said that women can’t serve as priests which (according to the gospel of Jimmy Carter) is a “false interpretation of the scriptures”, so “when men see that” they say “I’ll treat my wife the way I want to because she’s inferior to me.”

It’s the Pope’s fault? He didn’t mention the Muslims who treat women like dogs.

Carter likes the Pope about as much as he likes Jews, which isn’t much.

Andrea Mitchell asked Carter if Barack Obama ever asks him for advice and he said, “unfortunately no”.  She then asked why he doesn’t have that relationship with Barack Obama. He said this: 

“I—that’s a hard question– for me to answer—you know, with complete candor. I think the problem was that– that in dealing with the issue of peace in– between Israel and Egypt– the Carter Center has taken a very strong and public position of equal treatment between the Palestinians and the Israelis. And I think this was a sensitive area in which the president didn’t want to be involved.”

According to author Daniel Greenfield , he repeated that on the Morning Joe program:

“I think that sometimes an incumbent president doesn’t want to be very friendly with me because it might looked upon as more friendly toward the Palestinians instead of the Israelis. So we try to be balanced. That’s the only issue that separates me from Obama anyway. And I was very proud of him when he made a speech in Cairo and said no more settlements when he said the 67 borders would prevail except for minor modifications. Those things are very compatible with what I believe.”

He wants 67 borders so Israel can’t defend itself and it’s all the Jews fault!!!

Until Barack Obama, and with the possible exception of Millard Fillmore, Jimmy Carter was the worst U.S. president in our history both on domestic affairs and on foreign policy. That could be the reason Obama doesn’t call him for advice but that would never occur to Carter.

In 2010, Carter said this to Brian Williams: “I feel that my role as a former president is probably superior to that of other presidents.” He later qualified that somewhat but he always had a healthy ego despite his poor performance.

Also in 2010, during a 60 Minutes interview,  Leslie Stahl asked with blunt honesty: “With everything that President Obama’s going through, almost the worst insult that people say is that ‘My God, he could be worse than Jimmy Carter,'” Stahl said.

“I can’t control what people say about comparing me with Obama. But I hope that Obama will have as successful a term as I had in dealing with our nation’s domestic and international affairs. And if he does, I’ll be very proud of him, as I happen to be proud of myself, having had a successful administration when I was in office,” Carter replied.

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Why wouldn’t Barack Obama ask Jimmy Carter for advice one has to wonder since he was so successful.

Carter has been attacking the Jews for years so why not blame them now? He even wrote a book called, “Palestine, Peace Not Apartheid” which has been used by Israel’s enemies to portray them as an apartheid nation, an absurd claim.

Carter’s a dope and he never seems to go away. Most people who perform abysmally in their jobs don’t keep showing up at the office door looking to contribute. Not so with Jimmy.

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Yesterday, he declared that he agrees with Kerry’s plan to release Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard in exchange for 400 Palestinians. “If the Israelis would agree to accept John Kerry’s proposal, if Pollard was released, I would say yes [to supporting freedom for Pollard],” the former president said. “But I would make it an absolute swap and a certain thing, not just as a factor.”

The “deal” in case you haven’t heard is so bad that even Pollard wants it rejected.  Jimmy Carter likes the deal because it doesn’t favor Jews.

Carter also said this week that he supports letting known terrorist  Hamid Aboutalebi into the country as Iran’s ambassador.

 

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