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Bloviating Zeppelin: Moonbat of the Week, Part XXV: Jimmy Carter

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Sunday, January 28, 2007

Moonbat of the Week, Part XXV: Jimmy Carter

Once again, Jimmy Carter manages to squirm into the BZ "Moonbat of the Week" award for, oh, perhaps the 214th time.

First, let me build bit by bit. From the Israel Insider:

The more we learn about Jimmy Carter's one-sided and biased views towards Israel and her supporters in this country, the more reason we have to be deeply troubled by what he represents and the dangerous mischief he continues to foment.

There is not enough space to repeat the detailed and well documented critiques of his best selling book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. They are, however, aptly summarized by Dr. Kenneth Stein, one of the many former aides and colleagues publicly to have disassociated themselves from the former president, who charged that: "[the book] is not based on unvarnished analyses; it is replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions, and simply invented segments."

One of the book's most egregious - and now infamous passages -- is found at page 213, where Carter advises "the general Arab community and all significant Palestinian groups" to make clear that "suicide bombings and other acts of terrorism" will end once when Israel accepts the ultimate goals of the "Roadmap." Thus the former president sanctions -- indeed encourages -- continued suicide bombings until Israel meets Arab demands. In fact, what seems to trouble him most about such Arab acts is not that they kill innocent Israeli civilians, but that they may damage sympathy for the Palestinian cause.

Carter managed to go even a bit farther in his Moonbattitude:

And, let's not ignore his interview on the Al Jazeera network during which he astonishingly proclaimed that Palestinian missile attacks against Israeli citizens do not, to his way of thinking, constitute acts of terror. Even his apparent condemnation of the killing of children and bombing buses is problematic, as it is couched in terms of damaging sympathy for the Palestinian cause. This approach is reminiscent of that employed by Arafat who, to the extent he ever was in any way critical of acts of terror, complained only because he thought it was tactically disadvantageous.

As the purveyors of Ginsu Knives say: "But wait; there's more!"

From the WorldNetDaily:

Posted: January 27, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

"Too many Jews."

That was the comment former President Jimmy Carter scrawled on a memo suggesting prospective members of the board of the Holocaust Memorial Council.

"Too many Jews."

That was the problem Carter saw with the names suggested by Monroe Freedman, executive director of the council, he revealed in a stunning interview with WND's Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein this week.

"Too many Jews."

Naturally, Freedman was shocked by the statement – given the Holocaust Memorial Council's job was to establish the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The Nazi Holocaust took the lives of approximately 6 million Jews during World War II.

Jimmy Carter, not only are you a Moonbat, but you are stupid, ignorant and a dangerous man.




Blogger Gayle said...

"Stupid, ignorant and dangerous man." Yes! I would only change one word of that. He is a stupid, ignorant and dangerous traitor! It's extremely hard for me to believe that he was once President of this country but Alas! I know it is so from all the stupid things he did while he was President of this country. I thought he outdid himself in stupidity during his term as president. I didn't have a clue that he was only getting started!

Love your moonbat graphic. :)

Sun Jan 28, 08:33:00 PM PST  
Blogger Dionne said...

Carter should get moonbat of the century on all our blogs.

Sun Jan 28, 10:06:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Gayle: good point, how could I have missed the word "traitor?" Darn!!

LMC: Century. Hmm. I suspect that would work quite nicely.


Mon Jan 29, 06:47:00 AM PST  
Blogger Three Score and Ten or more said...

Also one of the worst Governors in the history of the State of Georgia. Compared to Carter, most of his predecessors and successors were bastions of intellect.

Mon Jan 29, 10:01:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

3S10: oh yes, there is that also -- the man is an entire disgrace.


Tue Jan 30, 10:55:00 AM PST  

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