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Dem Candidates Crave Catastrophic Carter

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Posted By: Hazymac, 5/24/2019 10:04:09 AM

Democrats seeking the White House are turning to Georgia Democrat Jimmy Carter, who occupied the residence from 1976 to 1980. Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was born two years after Carter lost to Ronald Reagan, but pronounced the one-term Democrat “an extraordinary person.” For Cory Booker, 50, Jimmy Carter was a “guiding light and inspiration” but the most outspoken candidate was Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar. “Jimmy Carter is a decent, well-meaning person, someone who people are talking about again given the time that we are in,” explained Klobuchar, who was 16 when Carter was elected. “He won because he worked so hard,

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The antisemitic Carter is an enemy of Israel, and has long plumped for "Palestinian" causes, for strengthening our enemies, and for weakening us. Sanctimonious arse.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: WV.Hillbilly 5/24/2019 10:06:11 AM (No. 83377)
Let's also not forget that it was Carter who let all this Iranian trouble get started.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Calvinesq 5/24/2019 10:10:55 AM (No. 83380)
By all means, we "crave" stagflation and need a leader who will tell us about our "Crisis of Confidence" and other malaise notions. No thanks.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: pinger 5/24/2019 10:20:01 AM (No. 83386)
Odd that these candidates are turning to both Hillary and Carter for their advice...both among the very poorest examples of those who have held their respective jobs. Why, I think that's wonderful!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/24/2019 10:22:55 AM (No. 83390)
When does Biden get his turn to kiss up?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Geoman 5/24/2019 10:36:26 AM (No. 83401)
The greatest thing that Carter did for the USA is to propel Ronald Reagan in as president.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/24/2019 10:39:56 AM (No. 83404)
Most of these current candidates were not adults during the Carter years. They have no clue the damages that Carter imposed on the world, and ones we are still paying for to this day. He betrayed the Shah of Iran in favor of a mullah and slavery for the Iranian people, and Carter will pay for that evil some day. If Obama is the kiss of death standard, what must an even more evil standard be that is Carter? The only people who made out during the Carter era were the retirees with the CD's that were at outrageous interest rates.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: coldoc 5/24/2019 10:49:33 AM (No. 83409)
I lived through carter's wimpiy tenure. I remember watching the iranians trot out the hostages, ridiculing the great satan and carter who had put them in power. I remember op eagle claw, the botched rescue attempt, no doubt hindered by carters ROE's. I remember him giving away the panama canal. Almost the worst president ever. (recently surpassed by the muslim halfrican.) Probably not a great source of guidance. I wish them luck. Well, not really. I hope they listen to him and fall on their collective faces like carter.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: ravenhaven 5/24/2019 10:55:53 AM (No. 83418)
Now I’m certain it’s a question of intelligence. We’re dealing with not very bright people.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 5/24/2019 11:01:27 AM (No. 83426)
I can understand why Booker and Bootygig are channeling Carter. After all, Jummah's "administration" was probably the gayest administration in my lifetime.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Strike3 5/24/2019 11:04:43 AM (No. 83430)
"Well-meaning" is the perfect description for Peanut Man but unfortunately he did not have the talent for proper follow-through. The damage during his reign of error did not equal Obama's but it was certainly close.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Mass Minority 5/24/2019 11:28:52 AM (No. 83442)
I'm sorry but I will firmly stick to my strong conviction that the only people who have nostalgia for the 1970's are those who were not forced to live through them.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: DVC 5/24/2019 11:46:55 AM (No. 83455)
Damned right, #11. The 70s, politically were a horror show. Carter was absolutely the worst president ever, until The Zero relieved him of his burden. Now Carter is second worst ever. And he got far stupider and more in favor of the Arabs/jihadis after he was dumped. The man is a total loser.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/24/2019 12:26:18 PM (No. 83494)
Most of these Dems weren't born yet when Carter was in there screwing up everything that caught his (limited) attention. Not only that, their history book is bloody Google.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 5/24/2019 12:39:09 PM (No. 83510)
I’ve never believed that Carter is well-meaning. I actually believe that the opposite is true - he is evil. Which is one reason that he has lasted this long. I was in my late 20’s during his term and remember well the gas lines, the 10% plus interest rates, the inflation and the whole Iran thing. Due to his idiocy on Iran he ignited the radical Muslims to step into the daylight and inflict their jihad on the rest of the world. September 11 lies at his feet along with every other terrorist attack of the last 39 years. He has almost as much blood on his hands as Planned Parenthood.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Jethro bo 5/24/2019 12:50:01 PM (No. 83524)
I have lived in fear for decades that the Democrats would discover Jimmah Carter and bring him back into the political spotlight. Ah, how well I remember my college days of 18% inflation, Soviet domination and invasions, Iran holding our people hostage for over a year, the Energy crisies and the Windfall profit tax and gas lines and scared to death that I could never afford a thing with interest at 22%. Ah yes, I also most forgot, in euphoric recall, the deregulation of the Savings and Loan industry that will cost me, in my productive tax paying years, billions in bailouts with Bush I. The only ositive thing I can say about the Anti-Semite, Carter, is in the Obambi Years I was able to put my ""I Miss Carter' bumper sticker on my car.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: jorgecito 5/24/2019 1:01:12 PM (No. 83535)
I'm with #s 11 and 12. Absolutely hated the '70s. What a horrible decade, politically and culturally. We are still living with the fallout.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: PostAway 5/24/2019 1:31:17 PM (No. 83555)
Jimmy “Pandora” Carter was a scourge and as mean as a rattlesnake. He didn’t care about one thing except punishing Americans for being happy and comfortable and there was no humility in the man despite the suffering he caused so many people around the world. He empowered the bat crazy Iranian mullahs and we have him to thank for the events that led to 9/11 and beyond. He professes to be a Christian but unleashed the dogs of hell on innocent Christians in the Middle East and beyond. I’m sorry but it is very difficult for me not to hope he goes to straight to hell.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: ronniethek 5/24/2019 1:48:19 PM (No. 83569)
The last time a vice president who was out of office for 4 years was Carter's VP-Mondale. I think Biden will repeat history and get BLOWN OUT in the electoral vote. Especially when Obama's criminality is exposed which it will be soon enough.
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