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08-18-06, 07:54 AM
Jimmy Carter-The Man, The Coward, The Nazi Loving Scumbag
August 17, 2006
The Rogue Jew

Have you ever wondered what the Liberal Democrats really think about Israel and the Jewish people? Just ask former President Jimmy Carter and soon to be former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.

According to Jimmy Carter, he is the voice of the Democratic Party; "I think I represent the vast majority of Democrats in this country." If there is any truth to that statement, then it's no wonder my sphincter is clenching.

Carter states the Democrats' position quite clearly. Islamo-fascist terrorists aren't that bad. They are probably peace-loving people like the rest of us who just have their noses out of joint over Bush's "unilateral" foreign policy and his "preemptive" attack on Iraq. Indeed, Carter said the Arab world hates us because we invaded Iraq, and even more so for "supporting and encouraging Israel in its unjustified attack on Lebanon."

I'm telling you, Jimmy Carter is a undercover Neo Nazi who hates the Jewish people and the Jewish State of Israel. He has an ongoing love affair with Communist Dictators and Islamic Terrorists. His best friends are mass murderers. Arafat, Castro, and Kim Jong Il. Terrorists, and serial killers.

Carter had this to say in an interview with a German Anti-American Newspaper, Der Spiegel:

SPIEGEL: You also mentioned the hatred for the United States throughout the Arab world which has ensued as a result of the invasion of Iraq. Given this circumstance, does it come as any surprise that Washington's call for democracy in the Middle East has been discredited?

CARTER: No, as a matter of fact, the concerns I exposed have gotten even worse now with the United States supporting and encouraging Israel in its unjustified attack on Lebanon.

SPIEGEL: But wasn't Israel the first to get attacked?

CARTER: I don't think that Israel has any legal or moral justification for their massive bombing of the entire nation of Lebanon. What happened is that Israel is holding almost 10,000 prisoners, so when the militants in Lebanon or in Gaza take one or two soldiers, Israel looks upon this as a justification for an attack on the civilian population of Lebanon and Gaza. I do not think that's justified, no.

I guess that according to Jimmy Carter, Israel and the Jews should just bend over and take it up the ass from all of the Arab and Islamic countries. He even points out that the German Army should participate in securing the Lebanese border.

Carter went on to say this about the patriotism that followed the Sept 11th Islamic Terrorist attacks against the United States, " Unfortunately, after Sept., there was an outburst in America of intense suffering and patriotism."

Jimmy Carter resents the feelings of patriotism and pain felt by mainstream Americans when over 3000 innocent Americans were brutally murdered at the hands of 19 Islamic men, most of which were from Saudi Arabia.

All I can say is if you think Jimmy Carter is the be all too end all, just remember the gas lines, double digit Unemployment rates, interest rates that were over 20 percent and an economy that went nowhere during his 4 years as dictator. During Jimmy Carter's presidency, the "Misery Index" was invented. I'm still waiting for Jimmy Carter to hold himself accountable for everything he screwed up during his reign of terror.

Only Jimmy Carter trusts Islamic Facists, Terrorists, Communists and Nazis. The only reason Carter stepped in during Israels war against the aggressor Egypt is because Israel was kicking the snot out of Egypt. The anti semitic ******* that Carter is did not want to see his Jew hating friends lose face in the world forum.

Not one time has America's biggest failure ever condemned an Islamic Terrorist group or any of his mass murdering dictator friends for their crimes against the world. Jimmy Carter saves his condemnation for people with moral values.

Ann Coulter left out a name when she gave credit for the invention of "fragging"…Jimmy Carter, An Islamic Terrorists Best Friend!

08-18-06, 08:23 AM
Jimmy Carter: Sympathy for the Devil

by David Limbaugh
Posted Aug 18, 2006

Want to know where the Democratic Party stands and where America would be under their leadership? Just ask Jimmy Carter.

Carter is certainly not bashful about bashing the United States, even on foreign soil or to the foreign press. He sat for an interview with Der Spiegel recently and fired with both barrels at President Bush, "fundamentalist" Christians and Israel.

But do Carter's views represent those of the Democratic Party? Well, he sure seems to think so. He told Der Spiegel, "I think I represent the vast majority of Democrats in this country." If so, that's scary.

Expanding on the theme of his latest book, "Our Endangered Values," Carter said the Bush administration has abandoned the nation's "old" moral principles. That's a curious concept: By upholding traditional moral values President Bush has diverted the nation's moral course?

Carter is particularly exercised about Bush's foreign policy. He said, "Under all of its predecessors there was a commitment to peace instead of preemptive war. Our country always had a policy of not going to war unless our own security was directly threatened and now we have a new policy of going to war on a preemptive basis."

But no less an antiwar Democrat than Sen. John Kerry -- after savaging President Bush for his "preemptive" attack of Iraq -- admitted in the first presidential debate that, "The president always has the right, and always has had the right, for preemptive strike. That was a great doctrine throughout the Cold War."

No matter how persistently Carter's Democrats attempt to rewrite history, President Bush attacked Iraq because he believed it was a threat to America's security -- and it was, just like Iran is today. Carter is delusional if he believes Bush was just recreationally flexing America's "imperialistic" muscles to spread democracy.

The debate here between Democrats and Republicans isn't over the use of preemptive war -- as Kerry reluctantly confessed -- but on the assessment of threats to our national security. Specifically, the debate centers on the parties' respective views of the nature and scope of the terrorist threat, whether Israel is seen as more of a victim surrounded by hostile regimes bent on its destruction or a bullying, aggressive nation, and whether we should defer on these questions to anti-American leaders in Europe and the United Nations.

Carter states the Democrats' position quite clearly. Islamo-fascist terrorists aren't that bad. They are probably peace-loving people like the rest of us who just have their noses out of joint over Bush's "unilateral" foreign policy and his "preemptive" attack on Iraq. Indeed, Carter said the Arab world hates us because we invaded Iraq, and even more so for "supporting and encouraging Israel in its unjustified attack on Lebanon."

So the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, occurred because we attacked Iraq in 2003? Israel was unjustified in retaliating against Hezbollah, which is supported by (and a part of) the Lebanese government and its people? If we would just talk to these reasonable terrorists -- such as Hezbollah and Mike Wallace's hero, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, we could achieve peace?

In the interview, Carter pointedly blamed Bush's foreign policy on his Christian "fundamentalism." He nicely articulated the position of today's Democratic leaders, which while scrambling for "values voters," consistently insult them, and while holding themselves out as superior guardians of our national security, see America, not the terrorists, as the problem.

Carter, after unmistakably implying that Bush is a fundamentalist, said that fundamentalists believe "they are speaking for God" and "anyone who disagrees with them is inherently wrong" and "inherently inferior." "In extreme cases -- as is the case with some fundamentalists around the world -- it makes your opponents sub-humans, so that their lives are not significant." Since "the negotiating process itself is an indication of implied equality" the fundamentalist (read: President Bush) "can't bring himself or herself to negotiate with people who disagree with them."

Carter also said that since the fundamentalists believe they are speaking for God, they think they are above making, much less admitting, mistakes. "So when we permit the torture of prisoners in Guantanamo or Abu Ghraib, it's just impossible for a fundamentalist (read: Bush -- again) to admit that a mistake was made."

Carter couldn't be more wrong. Bush, though not even close to a fundamentalist, is a Bible-believing Christian who by definition believes in the equal dignity of all people.

But leave it to Carter to say Bush "permitted" torture, which is an outright lie. Leave it to him to believe the worst about "fundamentalist" Christians and the best of Islamo-fascist terrorists.

Sadly, I believe Carter does speak for the Democratic leadership, and that speaks volumes about the Democrat leadership.


Gary Hall
08-18-06, 08:36 AM
Fontman: I appreciate your words and agree. Gary Hall, US Farmer, Tyler, TX

Gary Hall
08-18-06, 11:40 AM
There's another Carter rooting around in the Big PX, looking for acorns or a suitable place at the biggest of all hog troughs. Last report was he was checking out the neighborhoods around in Nevada. This Carter is reported to be J. C.'s son, and the nephew of "Uncle Billy", who once was a hired hand for the Libyans. I haven't been able to determine if this Carter is a convicted felon. Good things are on the way, it's a great country. Gary Hall

Mike McIntyre
08-18-06, 12:16 PM
James Earl Carter was the worst US President in Modern History.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
He claims to be a Christian but supports the “Separation of Church and State”. His actions appear to be Anti-Semitic, Anti-Israel, and he turned his back on the “Moral Majority”.<o:p></o:p>
Even though he was a Navel Academy Alumni and trained in one of the most advanced fields in the Navy (Nuke Power), he neglected the men (& women) who served and left the Fleet in shambles. <o:p></o:p>
With one of the highest IQ’s of any modern President, he surrounded himself with idiots and hid in the Whitehouse as the Iranians held our Embassy and people captive.<o:p></o:p>
He gave us double-digit inflation, double-digit interest rates, low moral, a weak military, a fear of the USSR, high tax, and the “Misery Index”.<o:p></o:p>
It took an unemployed actor with an average IQ to give America back what we truly lost under the “Carter Years”, SELF-RESPECT!!!!!!! <o:p></o:p>
Jimmy needs to stick to doing what he does best, building homes for the under privileged and KEEP HIS MOUTH SHUT.<o:p></o:p>

08-18-06, 01:39 PM
It took an unemployed actor with an average IQ to give America back what we truly lost under the “Carter Years”, SELF-RESPECT!!!!!!!God Bless You Forever, Ronald Reagan!

08-18-06, 04:30 PM
jimmy carter, the pseudo-intellectual, peanut brained, ****head lair, who couldn't lead a thirsty camel to water. A DAMN POOR EXCUSE FOR A HUMAN BEING LET ALONE A PRESIDENT!!!!!!! He's in a nose to nose race with ms kerry for the biggest nothing award for 2006!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


08-18-06, 06:03 PM
My first 2 years in the Corps was under him, it sucked, old or broken equipment, low pay and lower moral.

08-18-06, 07:33 PM
I love it when fellow Jarheads have a tendency to "sugarcoat" shiat!

Carry on, Marines!


08-18-06, 07:55 PM

08-18-06, 08:40 PM
I in 1976 when old JC was a nominee for president that if he was elected the country was going to go to hell in a hand basket and it almost did.
I was watching the democratic convention on tv and when JC got the nod he was across the street in a hotel watching it on tv also. He was such a jerk that he would not cross the street to accept the nomination but made them come and get him (this was filmed and broadcast).
Remember one of his first duties after taking office was to give the USSR the complete maps of the ICBM missiles--location and routes taken when they were moved. He also gave them the technology for the stealth planes. This was done he said to show our commitment to dearmenment.
This guy was a crud then and now as like already written about him he cares not for the US but for what he proclaims as the oppressed countries and blames the US for the oppression.
Last night the man he beat out for president in 1976 Ford,was taken ill as he is the oldest living president and I was wondering what would have happened if he had been re-elected.
NO!! brother and sister Marines don't ever sugarcoat those that are not striving to do what is best for this country as remember the young that took our places are the ones that have to try and rectify these old goats mistakes.
Fontman and Drifter don't know where you get all this information but keep it coming so the rest of us can stay with you.

08-18-06, 08:44 PM
just wanted to say be careful as the ladderwell will probably have something to say about this article as this is the type official he follows

08-19-06, 10:20 AM

Excellent post brother!

08-19-06, 10:38 AM
just wanted to say be careful as the ladderwell will probably have something to say about this article as this is the type official he follows
:marine: Yes, I wonder also and await a response. Good posting Marines! And by the way, not that it seems to matter anymore to many, the TRUTH!

08-20-06, 07:45 AM

08-21-06, 09:58 AM
Jimmy Carter - a national disgrace
By Craig R. Smith
August 21, 2006

In the history of any nation there are high and low points. There are events and people that make the nation proud or, frankly, cause it shame and embarrassment. I, for years, felt one of our proudest moments was Ronald Wilson Reagan telling Gorbachev, ''Tear down this wall.''

I always thought the shame of slavery would forever be our low point. That was right up until Jimmy Carter took office in 1977 and again last week when he spewed his hate-filled venom against his country and its president in Der Spiegel magazine. Jimmy, you are a disgrace to our nation.

The byline of the article read: ''Former U.S. president speaks with Der Spiegel about the danger posed to American values by George W. Bush, the difficult situation in the Middle East and Cuba's ailing Fidel Castro.'' Carter should have been front and center condemning such a headline. In any other time, with any other president, this would have been unheard of, but not from the new voices coming from the Bush-haters in the Democratic Party. Al Gore does it. Howard Dean does it. Maxine Waters does it. But that doesn't make it right. Jimmy Carter has allowed partisan attacks to escalate to dangerous levels.

So, I thought a stroll down memory lane would be appropriate. In the mid-1970s, Jimmy Carter, a fine peanut farmer from Plains, Georgia, ran for the highest office in the land and won. Congratulations Jimmy. Jimmy Carter appeared not to be your garden-variety politician and the country welcomed his down-home country approach. Within a year however, the welcome wore off. Carter's legacy is now inextricably linked to the ''Misery Index.'' No president in the history of the country had a Misery Index as high as Jimmy Carter's. Carter had an average Index of 16.27 percent during his term (1977-80). When he finally left Washington in 1980 is was at an all-time high of 21.98 percent. Not a record I would be proud of if I were you Jimmy.

Of course, who could forget the 444 days America was held hostage by Iran? The now-famous program, ABC's Nightline, was birthed to cover the day-to-day events. Each night we would watch the news, counting the days our captured Americans were being held by radical Islamic terrorists while President Jimmy Carter sat by powerless and did nothing. The appeaser didn't want to upset the Ayatollah Khomeini. The leader of the free world had been reduced to a thumb-sucking peacenik by a gang of 7th-century hoodlums.

Suffice it to say, the Carter years were very bad for our nation. 16 percent inflation, 22 percent interest rates, and 70 percent marginal tax rates did little to endear Jimmy to the hard working people he claims to now protect against George W. Bush. Today, under Bush, we have 2.7 percent core inflation rates, historically low interest rates and 35 percent marginal tax rates. Looks like Jimmy is jealous.

I have to stop myself from going any further, for if Carter's own words are not enough to show his stupidity and hatred for our country and the president then nothing will. Jimmy Carter has done more than any single president to hurt this nation, not only while in office, but even more so since he was booted from office in complete humiliation. The American people rejected him and his insane policies. We in America couldn't get rid of this guy quick enough. His anger toward the country and its current leader is no surprise given how soundly he was rejected. He needs therapy to heal, not worldwide attention.

Carter is the first former president I can think of who has openly attacked a sitting president. Carter should thank his lucky stars Nixon, Ford and Reagan were men of character, for if they operated like Carter and Gore he would have been under an attack that would have made his head spin. And he would have actually deserved it.

Make no mistake about it. Jimmy Carter is not an American citizen. He is a citizen of the world. His views are so misguided that he would be relegated to a spot next to Michael Moore or Cindy Sheehan had he not been president of the United States. My God in heaven, what were we thinking at the time to elect a nut case like this in the first place?

Maybe Der Spiegel should have departed from the Bush-bashing questions and asked real questions of Jimmy, like what about the alleged million dollar contribution from the bin Laden family to your library? Or perhaps digging into his involvement with Saddam Hussein and the ''oil for food'' scam? What about accepting the Nobel Peace Prize knowing it was bestowed upon him by liberal socialists who love a Bush basher? Der Spiegel apparently follows the lead of fine journalists like 88-year-old Mike Wallace when interviewing Ahmadinejad. Don't ask the man why he wants to wipe Israel off the face of the earth or on what basis he believes the Holocaust was fiction. No. Couldn't do that. That might actually be of some journalistic value and we can't have that. We have to bash Bush.

Look, I am not the biggest fan of George W. Bush and I think he has made some serious mistakes. I am, however, a big fan of my country. I believe in America and its goodness. I believe in the American people who make it work. So when I see an ex-president who is not qualified to run a five and dime offer his opinion to the world abouthow it is worse off due to the United States, it p - - - - - me off.

Jimmy Carter and Mike Wallace are shining examples of why forced retirement makes sense for anyone over the age of 80. Obviously, at that point in life, if you have experienced rejection, you become rather bitter. And while you are entitled to be bitter, it should not be at the expense of good, honest, hardworking folks who believe in their nation. So Jimmy, don't go away mad. Just go away.

Jimmy is quoted in the interview as saying: ''I don't think Israel has any moral justification for their massive bombing of the entire nation of Lebanon. What happened is that Israel is holding almost 10,000 prisoners, so when the militants in Lebanon or in Gaza take one or two soldiers, Israel looks upon this as a justification for an attack on the civilian population of Lebanon and the Gaza. I do not think that is justified, no.''

Is this guy serious? Militants take one or two soldiers? This guy needs meds, a straightjacket and a rubber room ASAP. Israel was attacked by Hezbollah, Jimmy. A terrorist organization. They came across a sovereign border and killed eight Israelis soldiers and kidnapped two others. That, in anybody's book but a whacked out liberal appeaser, is an open act of war. Is Jimmy suggesting that if someone in America is kidnapped they can be traded for all the murderers on death row? The prisoners in Israeli jails have committed crimes, Jimmy. They are not there for sport. They are suicide bombers who failed. Terrorists who have killed innocent people. I guess in Jimmy's world one man's terrorist is another man's militant. This guy is dangerous. Talk about immoral thinking. Apparently that type of thinking comes from the Carter Center. America bad. Israel Bad. Militant good.

He talks about how he was troubled by the celebrations of Cuban exiles in Miami on the news of Castro's illness. Of course, he has no problem with the Arab world rejoicing in the streets when 3,000 innocent Americans died on Sept. 11. Of course not! Those were just militants on those planes fighting the injustice of the American pigs. Jimmy, get a grip.

He ends his interview with a statement that says it all: ''I think (that was his first mistake ... thinking) that at this moment the United States and Israel probably stand more alone than our country has in generations.''

If fighting terrorism and taking a stand against radical Islamic terrorists who kill their own children, fellow Muslims, innocent Americans (241 dead Marines in Beirut and 3,000 on Sept. 11), and Israelis means standing alone, then I am proud to be on the side that stands alone. I would rather be right and alone than wrong and in the company of those who think they're right merely because a poll or a crowd says so.

Jimmy should know men of conviction often walk alone. The world would have never encouraged Truman to drop the bomb. Roosevelt promised America he would not get involved in the war. They both understood doing the right thing could mean walking alone without the world patting you on the back. So again in closing, please Jimmy, just go away. Build nice houses for people, but leave the critical thinking to those who have a brain.

08-21-06, 10:04 AM
ms jimmy carter is a National disgrace - the rhetoric he puts out and him being a past President. SAD!!!!!!!!!!!!! We should put his old, saggy ass in Iraq for a week or two and maybe, just maybe, he would change his mind, OR DIE!!!!!!!!!!! We could bury his old, left ass in a peanut shell!!!


Mike McIntyre
08-22-06, 09:32 AM
Fontman, this is an awesome history lesson. It appears that we never seem to learn from our mistakes, thus history is bound to repeat itself.
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Where are the “Reagan’s” of this erea?

08-22-06, 12:08 PM
Remember when Clinton was prez,he sent Carter over to N. Korea to talk about economic aid etc to N.Korea as long as they promise not to build missles and Nukes.What A Great Statesman {he thinks},he really got Bullxxxxed.Carter may have a high IQ but lacks a thread of common sense.