February 21, 2006, - 6:31 pm

Well, That’s a Relief: The Peanut Farmer & the Ports

Gee, now we feel soooooooo much better. Jimmy Carter says he supports the .
According to the Miami Herald, Ole Jimmuh said on CNN’s “Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,”

The overall threat to the United States and security, I don’t think it exists.

Wait, isn’t this the same man who thought it was GOOD for security to usher the Shah out of Iran in favor of the Khomeinis and Ahmadinejads that succeeded him? Isn’t this the same man whose legacy is “Peace” in the Middle East HAMAS style?

Thanks for the security risk threat assessment, Peanut Man. Or rather, no thanks. Go back to building Habitats for Humanity and telling Playboy about the “lust in [your] heart.”
We wonder how this will affect Senate candidacy.

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5 Responses

Between shady terror-connected Arab organizations supporting this decision and Jimmy Carter supporting it, I’d say we have good reason to be alarmed.

KnightoftheImpaler on February 21, 2006 at 8:35 pm

Yesterday I said Carter maybe the worst president of all time. I was wrong, he IS the worst.
I really think he is senile. His doctor should check him for Alzheimer’s. I don’t know who is more nutso, Carter or Gore.
I love how convinced he is over the security, “I don’t think it exists.” Not, “I am positive”, not, “I am sure”, but “I don’t think it exists”?
“I don’t think…”? Well, he got that part right.

The_Man on February 21, 2006 at 10:46 pm

Interesting. Wasn’t Jimmy Carter, the Carter in the Torrijos-Carter Treaty handing over the Panama Canal to the Panamaniacs in 1977?
And doesn’t the Chinese Army now own the Panama Canal?

code7 on February 21, 2006 at 11:50 pm

Yeah, I am really going to listen to a former president who was overwhelmingly defeated after only one term. I bet even his fellow Dems hate him as he is the one who ushered in the Reagan Revolution.
Didn’t he ask Amy first about the port issue?
(BTW, where is that weirdo Amy these days?)

Jeff_W on February 22, 2006 at 12:37 pm

not in defense of jimmah, but i recall that the treaty in question was negotiated in 1966(+/-). jimmah being in office at the time of the negotiated timetable to turn over the canal.
the arguement at the time was with sam nunn advocating not honoring the handover. far be it from jimmah to rock-the-boat.
i am at a loss to understand why the ‘panamas’ wanted the canal back so badly and as soon as they got it the chinese now own it.
as far as this port deal goes, if mr. hillary clinton comes out in favor of it ‘stick a fork in us’.

louielouie on February 22, 2006 at 12:57 pm

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