Tuesday, March 21, 2006

The I-Hate-Jimmy-Carter Club

has plenty of members:

We, the crack young staff of “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly,” quite naturally detest Jimmy Carter, the worst president of the 20th century. On occasion, we feel mildly bad about despising him so much. After all, he has spent an awful lot of time helping Habitat for Humanity, which is surely a noble cause.

Yet just when we start to feel as if we’ve given President Carter a bad rap, he ostentatiously pushes himself back into the political spotlight by making some asinine speech or coming to some moronic conclusion. And then we, the crack young staff of “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly,” begin to believe that we didn’t sufficiently loathe this peanut-farming dipstick.

There are people who like JC, like some friends of ours who saw a laudatory Bill Moyers program devoted to this loathesome psalm-singing egomaniac.

I personally hold him responsible for 9/11. His bungling of the Iran hostage crisis gave aid and comfort to our enemies. He also brokered the deal which gave North Korea nukes.

And I'd be willing to bet that any nails he hammers for Habitat for Humanity are hammered in all crooked.


Anonymous said...

I quite agree. The worst president and possibly the worst human being of our times. He mishandled Iran to the point of embarrasssment to himself and the US. And now, in his dotage, (though who could tell with his micro ... er, nano-intellect) he hasn't the grace nor dignity to simply SHUT the F UP.

Evan said...
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cjw said...

If I dare to say anything positive about JC will you take it down?

miriam said...

I only remove comments that are abusive, prejudiced, or use bad language.

Anonymous said...

Miriam, my name is Miriam and I too hate and despise Jimmy Carter. I beleive that there is a special place in hell just for him. I just finished reading Alan Dershowitz's The Case Against Israel's Enemies: Exposing Jimmy Carter and Those who stand in the way of Peace. It was excellent and put in black and white, fact by fact Jimmy Carter's hypocritical nonsense.