The former president also asserted that pro-Israel lobbyists have stifled open debate in this country on the Israeli-Palestinian situation. "It's impossible for any candidate for Congress to make a statement like 'I favor balanced support of Israel and Palestine' " (Link to article)'Scuse me, Dhimmi, but hasn't President W made those kinds of statements ever since 2000? Isn't this what "The Roadmap" has all been about?
It is good that you only got one term to screw up this country, Mr. Former President and current disgrace. Here's what one of your former employees said about the book (from the same article)
Across the country, one of the leading critics of Carter's book is Kenneth W. Stein, a professor of Middle Eastern history and political science at Emory University. The book prompted Stein's resignation last week from his position as a fellow with the Carter Center in Atlanta.Not that I give credence to anyone who works at the Carter Center, still, the fact that the guy resigned says a lot to me about this book and the man who wrote it.
Stein, who was associated with the center for 23 years and once was its executive director, said in a letter that the book was "replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions and simply invented segments."
Dhimmi - apparently you haven't been reading your Bible like you claim you do. This conflict has been going on for several millenia, and there's a reason for it. Do you think you can go in and wave your magic Nobel Peace Prize and all of a sudden they will all smack themselves on the forehead and say "Gee - you're right. I can't believe I've never seen it before. Of course we'll stop killing each other - that's so, so, *violent*. Thank you Uncle Jimmy."
I'm no Einstein, but even I can figure it out. But apparently you're smarter than everyone else, ever, President Dhimmi.