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August 30, 2006

Jimmy Carter Wants To Top Damage Done In 1979 Iran Hostage Crisis

Topics: Iran

That's the only way one could look at Jimmy the Dimmy's most recent plans to stick it to his country!

[Carter, Iran, and the terrorists they support - joined in one big kumbaya while doves hover and chirp overhead]

As though he didn't do enough damage in the crisis of 1979, now the worst president in the history of the country plans to stick his nose in another Iran-related crisis - this time he's planning to host former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami for talks during his visit to the United States starting this week.

This particular article appears in the Carter-friendly, Democtatic-leaning, anti-American agended, Washington Post, so it's rather kind to the aging liberal who consistently goes out of his way to criticize the current administration and jump in bed with the country's enemies.

If you haven't guessed it by now, I don't think very much of Jimmy, but I'm not the only one that has such a low opinion of him. For example, Robert Spencer refers to the Wapo article calling Carter's hosting of the enemy as "an event that would turn a page in American history," and says that it is instead, "proof once again that former President Dhimmi Carter learned nothing from the crisis with Iran that occurred during his administration."

As Spencer points out in his piece, in Jimmy Carter we have a man that (is so far removed from reality), he once referred to the Ayatollah Khomeini as a fellow man of faith.

Update: Captain Ed's onboard with disgust for Carter - and even mentions the Logan Act.

Posted by Richard at August 30, 2006 5:57 PM

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