Friday, September 15, 2006


As anyone who knows me knows, I pretty much insist on referring to former presidents with due respect for the office, if not the man who once held it. I have pretty much decided to suspend that practice when it comes to former President James Earl Carter, Jr., who shall henceforth be considered unfit to be so respected.

This was reported on Yahoo News this week: “Lamont's campaign got a boost Wednesday from former President Jimmy Carter, who criticized Lieberman's support for the Iraq war. "He was one of the originators of public statements that misled the American people into believing that the Iraqi war was justified," the former Democratic president said on CNN's "Larry King Live."

"He's joined in with the Republican spokespersons by saying that Democrats who disagree are really supporting terrorism," Carter said. "So for all these reasons, I've lost my confidence in Joe Lieberman and don't wish to see him re-elected."”

Jimmy, you senile old fart, nobody gives a rat’s ass what you think and why in the name of hell are you poking your nose into Connecticut politics? I realize your brain cells are virtually nil, but you live in Georgia you incredible braying ass!

And to the enablers who keep giving this ridiculous caricature of a would-be statesman a venue to spew his bile-filled nonsense, JUST STOP IT! We don’t need to hear this crap from this has-been who is, in many ways, responsible for the state of the world today because he didn’t have enough grit in his craw to deal with the Islamic jihadist scum when he was racking up his points as the worst president of the 20th century.

It’s only my opinion, but I don’t think I’m wrong.




outstanding Ms. Miller...

they also believed Billy Clinton could save Lieberman.

so funny, Jimmy will probably turn many, many furhter away...

shoprat said...

The worst president of the 20th Century just keeps sinking lower and lower. He should have stuck with peanut farming and building houses.

Tom Blogical said...

Oh, it's not just your opinion. And I don't think you're wrong either.