Didn’t he do enough damage to America already?
The president who sat on his ass for 444 days while 125 American Embassy staff in Tehran were taken hostage and terrorized by the ‘Revolutionary Guards’-, a clear act of war…
Peanut Khadr, the grinning face of America who never met a dictator he didn’t like, the perceived Gut-mensch, who didn’t want to see anyone get killed ‘on his watch’- after the Vietnam dilemma. The Ex-president, who was asked on ‘Larry King’ whether he thinks of his presidency as a failure and who answered: ‘Actually, I think it was a great success that I was elected’…
Indeed. In his warped mind he sees ‘success in being elected’- while deliberately ignoring his failings.
A Jew-hating, Israel-bashing old man, this Peanut Khadr. That’s why he was last months ‘Azzhole of the month’- perhaps he should be a permanent feature on this website. He never disappoints… (But he is not that important)
The Peanut Submarine
With every passing day his revolting, truth & fact-distorting book (which he won’t discuss or debate) is still on the market (Peace or Apartheid) it looks like the truth can no long be kept under the carpet: Peanut Khadr did it for the money.
The Question remains: Why? Why does this senile, demented and foolish man need money so badly? To once again make himself into American number One Donkey while his own staff jumps ship, embarrassed and exasperated with his idiocy?
From the National Review, subscribers only. Here’s an excerpt:
Did Jimmy Carter do it for the money? That’s the question making the rounds about Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, an anti-Israeli screed recently written by the ex-president whose Carter Center has accepted millions in Arab funding….
In recent weeks, a number of articles have noted that Carter’s anti-Israeli views coincide with those of some of the center’s prime financial backers, including the government of Saudi Arabia and the foundation of Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, whose offer of $10 million to New York City just after Sept. 11 was rejected by then-mayor Rudy Giuliani because it came wrapped in the suggestion that America rethink its support of Israel. Other big donors listed in the Carter Center’s annual reports include the Sultanate of Oman and the sultan himself; the government of the United Arab Emirates; and a brother of Osama bin Laden, Bakr BinLadin, ‘for the Saudi BinLadin Group.'”