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Thursday, November 11, 2004

Jimmy Carter: Pacifist, Liberal, and Still Useless

Could someone shut this guy up? He is a disgrace to America. His "stolen election in 2000" rant coupled with his legitimization of Chavez in the Venezuelan election was bad enough. Now he's claiming the Revolutionary War was unnecessary. I guess his disdain for the behaviors inherent in men is making him delusional.

It's time to go away Jimmy. Just go away.

This is from "Hardball" with Chris Matthews.

Similarly, in an Oct. 18 interview on MSNBC's "Hardball," the Media Research Center noted, host Chris Matthews painted the Iraqi insurgents as modern Minute Men in his discussion with former President Jimmy Carter, author of a novel set during the Revolutionary War.

Matthews asked Carter whether in the Founding Father's "insurgency against a powerful British force, do you see any parallels between the, the fighting that we did on our side and the fighting that is going on in Iraq today?"

Carter replied, "Well, one parallel is that the Revolutionary War, more than any other war up until recently, has been the most bloody war we've fought. I think another parallel is that in some ways the Revolutionary War could have been avoided. It was an unnecessary war. Had the British Parliament been a little more sensitive to the colonial's really legitimate complaints and requests the war could have been avoided completely, and of course now we would have been a free country now as is Canada and India and Australia, having gotten our independence in a nonviolent way. I think in many ways the British were very misled in going to war against America and in trying to enforce their will on people who were quite different from them at the time."

totalkaosdave, 3:33 PM