June 16, 2009
Why would terrorists try to kill Jimmy Carter? He’s like their best friend!
April 15, 2008
April 14, 2008
Israeli Secret Service refuses to assist U.S. Secret Service in protecting Jimmy Carter. Carter won’t be taken hostage by Hamas anyway, since they can’t afford to pay the U.S. enough to take him back
May 21, 2007
January 25, 2007
“We are developing an ingrained hatred for people who aren’t Christians,” said Carter, a Sunday School teacher since he was 18 years old.
I’m Jewish and it isn’t Christians that have an ingrained hatred of me.
Unwarranted fear of terrorism is behind these feelings, he said.
I was in NY on 9/11, my fear of terrorism is very warranted. Our fear of terrorism became warranted, actually, when Americans were taken hostage in Iran and we watched our ineffectual president do nothing because, I guess, he felt fear of terrorism was unwarranted. That was you, by the way.
“The distortion that we are about to be destroyed makes us suspicious of those who don’t worship the way we do,” he said. “And our country has no reason to be afraid.”
We have a lot of reasons to be afraid and we’re not suspicious of people who worship differently from us unless their method of worship includes flying planes into our buildings.
I know it is too much to ask that Jimmy Carter, for once, be on the right side of international conflict. But is it too much to ask that an ex-president not talk about Americans like they’re too stupid to understand the complexities of Islamists trying to destroy us?