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December 16, 2006

Cowardly Carter Refuses To Defend The Indefensible (Even Though He Wrote It)

I once believed that Jimmy Carter was a good and decent man. He may have been at one time. But his recent book reveals the festering anti-Semitism in his soul -- and he refuses to defend that book if it requires actually meeting a critic on an equal footing.

Former President Carter has decided not to visit Brandeis University to talk about his new book "Palestine: Peace not Apartheid" because he does not want to debate Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz as the university had requested.

"I don't want to have a conversation even indirectly with Dershowitz," Carter told The Boston Globe. "There is no need ... for me to debate somebody who, in my opinion, knows nothing about the situation in Palestine."

The debate request is proof that many in the United States are unwilling to hear an alternative view on the nation's most taboo foreign policy issue, Israel's occupation of Palestinian territory, Carter said.

No, Mr. Carter -- the debate request is proof that Americans want honest discussion. You claim that you want to promote dialogue -- but when offered a chance for discussion and debate, you refuse to participate. I guess it is question of what the meaning of "dialogue" is -- and in your vocabulary, it means "shut up and listen to what I have to say."

I guess it is simply the case that Jimmy Carter doesn't want to share the stage with a Jew as an equal -- instead he would rather visit a Jewish university and tell the Jewish students what is wrong with the Jews.

For shame, Mr. Carter -- you truly are the Worst President Ever -- and now have become the Worst Ex-President Ever.





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Why is Dershowitz entitled to debate him?  Dershowitz can jump in a lake, and Carter, the best ex-president ever, is justified in telling him that. 

I demand that Bush I come and debate me on whether his son ought to be tried for war crimes.  Do you think he should be required to show up in my living room?

|| Posted by Dan, December 17, 2006 06:03 PM ||

Actually, Dhimmi Carter wanted to speak at Brandeis -- he just didn't want to have any significant opposition, merely the opportunity to spew his anti-Semitism to a Jewish audience and leave.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, December 18, 2006 09:55 AM ||

Yada, yada, yada. Yeah, sure, Carter, the broker of the Camp David peace accords, and winner of the Nobel Peace prize, is an anti-Semite. Whatever you say.

The fact he wanted to speak at Brandeis doesn't conflict with anything he said. Dershowitz is a self-important jerk, and Carter was wise to put him in his place.

|| Posted by Dan, December 18, 2006 07:59 PM ||

Gotta disagree -- Dhimmi KKKarter has shown himself to be an anti-Semite who is afraid to engage in the very debate he claims to be seeking to stimulate with his book. All he wanted to do was go to Brandeis to tell the Jews they were evil and get out without challenge.

Worst President, and Worst Ex-President, Ever.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, December 19, 2006 11:35 AM ||

And don't forget -- it was Brandeis inviting Dershowitz, too, not Dershowitz issuing a challenge.

And as for my spelling of the Disgrace from Plains' mane above, please realize that this is a man who coerced Israel to give up territory for no peace or security, and who only quit attending an all-white Baptist Church when it became politically untenable to continue there (and who went back as soon as his presidency was over). And let us not forget who his running mate was during his state political days -- an arch-segregationist.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, December 19, 2006 12:04 PM ||

Here's a great explanation of why Carter is spewing his anti-Semitism -- the Arabs have bought and paid for him and his "Carter Center".

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, December 20, 2006 08:14 AM ||
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