Saturday, May 19, 2007

Jimmy Carter spews his usual hatred

The country's worst ex-president is interviewed by BBC Radio.

I won't trouble you by quoting Jimmy's self-serving criticism of Tony Blair. What has me going is the fact that the BBC interviews this disgruntled loser. The one-term president has certainly got brass balls to criticize the man who saved the British Labor Party and served as Prime Minister for 10 years. Carter undoubtedly envies Blair his successes. He himself has been a failure at everything he ever did, and is a liar to boot.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. He's so crooked that I doubt he ever hit a nail straight in his volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity. Have any of the houses he built fallen down yet?

Ht to astute blogger.

3 comments:

scott said...
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scott said...

The reason the BBC interviews him is because their animus towards the US is as great as, and their own politics are just slightly to the left of, Carter's. You might want to compare and contrast the Beeb's softball interview of Carter (he won't be interviewed anywhere he will be challenged) with the rather hilarious attempt at a Beeb hardball interview of Bolton

http://towncommons.blogspot.com/2007/05/bias-bbc-bolton.html

I think you might enjoy both Bolton's deconstruction of his interviewer as well as the juxtaposition of the interviewing techniques.

Have a good day, Miriam

miriam said...

Thank you--I listened to the audio of the Bolton interview and loved it. Can we elect him president? I wish.