Sunday, May 20, 2007

Detachment from reality in 20 words or less.


The Politic's George Freeman checks in briefly from the planet Weembo:

Jimmy Carter: Sanctimonious Quack

Ahhh, Carter is at it again, griping over Bush being everything he wasn’t: effective and respected world leader, a Christian realist, willing to exercise courage for the sake of good policy, ...

Yeah, that's pretty much where I stopped reading, too.

7 comments:

pretty shaved ape said...

yeah, the old peanut baron is so out of touch. he still worships that useless old school jesus, not the new and improved battle jesus with the flaming olive branch of doom. what a mmok.

chris said...

Christian realist?
More than a moron, its an oxymoron.
And further down we learn that carter is responsible for "our problems with Iran." wow

(I always thought a sabbatical was longer than a coffee break.)

Ti-Guy said...

What can you do when people no longer know their own history? There is plenty to be critical about Carter's tenure in the White House (although I doubt he had any real choices) but these utter and irretrievable fools at The Politic are simply content to seize on something they don't like and invent someone's entire record.

Re-education camps, people...these fools are young, and we have to nip this in the bud before their delusions harden into dangerous radicalisation.

BTW...the name "Aaron Unruh" still makes me very suspicious; "Aaron" sounds like "Aryan" and "Unruh" is German for disquiet. I read recently in the The Globe and Mail about the Kootenay region in BC becoming a hotbet for neo-nazis and white supremacists.

dirk said...

CC-you making fun of the commander guy.

Anonymous said...

I live in the Kootenays, and the only neonazis I've heard of are visiting from Idaho.

Dave in Nelson

Anonymous said...

I knew that all those hacky-sackers in Nelson were actually neo-nazis!

jedwards said...

sorry guys, i got a little problemo with everyone bashing jimmy. if you don't agree with his religion that's your right, and if it's your opinion he was a bad president, that's your right too. but try not to judge the guy too harshly, (actually, judging him at all is not too cool) but if you are going to judge, then take a serious look at what he has chosen to spend his life doing after his presidency. he is working, for the poor, helping them build homes. not golfing, or vacationing, but working. for. the poor.
and what else? his book on israel? he calls a spade a spade and that fucking means something. in my opinion you guys are lame to jump all over carter when there is so much other fodder. jeez, give it a rest.blah blah blah blah blah.