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July 01, 2005

quote of the day

Iran has a new President. He's a sham.

I think this story is overblown -- if he weren't a hostage-taker, he'd certainly be just as bad anyway -- but it certainly illustrates that we're still suffering the consequences of Jimmy Carter's limp and inept middle eastern policy 25 years later.

Glenn Reynolds

Jimmah Carter. The biggest fool EVER to occupy the White House and a pure embarrassment to my beloved state of Georgia. "Limp and inept" are kind words when describing the Jimmah regime. How about TOTALLY INCOMPETENT? I prefer THAT assessment of Carter.

And the grinning sumbitch STILL can't keep his mealy-mouth shut today. Bejus! If that man is a "statesman," I'm a got-dam brain surgeon.

Jimmah should have stuck with growing peanuts and building houses for the poor. The bastard could drive a nail, and he knew how to make $600,000 back in the early 70s and not pay a dime in taxes.

But he was for shit as a President.


Comments

To steal a caption from a poster at despair.com - "It could be that the purpose of you life is to only serve as a warning to others"
In that context we all have a purpose - even Jimmy Carter

Posted by: bottlestop on July 1, 2005 01:30 PM

Bejus wept !

Posted by: assrot on July 1, 2005 02:08 PM

Jimmy Carter is living proof that everyone is good for something-even though that something might be pointing him out as the epitomy of a dumbass politician.

Posted by: GUYK on July 1, 2005 02:56 PM

Yeah...Jimmy Carter made me real proud that Georgia had a man in the White House..NOT...I did kinda like the beer drinking dumb ass brother, Billy..remember they even came out with Billy Beer, didn't they? See, Billy knew he was a dumb ass southern redneck...and just didn't give a damn...lol

Posted by: Kellie on July 1, 2005 03:49 PM

I am sorry to say, I voted for peanut Carter, he sucked. Clinton was almost as bad as Carter, but I never voted for Clinton, Cat

Posted by: catfish on July 1, 2005 04:04 PM

Yeah, I voted -once- for the sumbitch. He sure lied purty. By the time he let Skylab - the hugemongous space station we once had - burn up over Australia, he'd shown how worthless he was. Between him and Nixon, this country damn near went down the tubes. We're still paying for the damage those two pieces of sewage did to the country.

Posted by: Stu on July 1, 2005 05:28 PM

A mighty tip o' the CaptainSQL hat to the fine people of Georgia for bringing Carter to national prominence. Nothing against you personally. But we are gratefull for making our fine Ohio luminaries such as Warren G. Harding and Rutherford B. Hayes look good by comparison.

Posted by: Cappy on July 1, 2005 06:53 PM

CAPPY--- you like twisting the knife, don't you? That comment HURT!!!

Posted by: Acidman on July 1, 2005 11:21 PM
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