Is Jimmy Carter a statesman and humanitarian or just annoying?

At this stage in his life, former President Jimmy Carter should have less caustic hobbies.


MILLINOCKET, Maine, June 8, 2015 — Why won’t he just go away? Jimmy Carter had his time as president, nearly ruining the economy and launching failed military operations as his legacy. Granted, his post-presidency was promising as he worked for Habitat for Humanity.

But entering his sunset years, Jimmy Carter has become a shill for anti-Israeli sentiment. And when he isn’t justifying the existence of terrorist organizations, he enjoys bashing Americans.

In an interview for the AARP Bulletin, Carter said, “The dreams of the civil rights movement have not been realized. Many Americans still have racist tendencies or feelings of superiority to people of color.”

Apparently the long list of minority individuals who have succeeded in America is ignored by Mr. Peanut. He is too busy finding fault with the country that allowed a farmer from Plains, Ga., to become its president.

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His favorite word is “hegemony,” the term he uses to describe what he considers to be the undue and unfair influence of America and Europe over the rest of the world, especially in the Middle East.

By the way, if the U.S. had a cricket team that dominated all the other teams, would you call it hegemony cricket? Give yourself a gold star if you get that word-play reference.

Commenting on the “animosity and negativism” of political campaigns, Carter said, “I can’t imagine myself as a successful candidate today.” Well, uh… no brainer. Been there, done that, Jimmy.

And as the final term of another catastrophic presidency comes to a close, nobody wants to repeat those years.


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