Carter: On second thought, maybe my Bush-bashing comments were “careless”

posted at 9:53 am on May 21, 2007 by Allahpundit

Duly noted: when he called this the worst administration in history, he didn’t mean it’s the worst administration in, you know, history.

The irony is, this isn’t a week where conservatives were inclined to disagree with him.

Interviewed on the TODAY Show about the comments, Carter said, “I they were maybe careless or misinterpreted.” He said he “certainly was not talking personally about any president.”

When pressed by NBC’s Meredith Vieira as to whether he was saying his remarks were careless or reckless, the former president said, “I think they were, yes, because they were interpreted as comparing this whole administration to all other administrations.”

Carter said he was answering a question about the foreign policy of former President Richard Nixon, as compared with that of the current administration. He said he wasn’t comparing the Bush administration with all those through American history. But in comparison to Nixon’s, the Bush administration’s foreign policy “was much worse,” Carter said.

Never mind his Bush-bashing. A “Bush/Carter: who’s worse?” debate does us no favors considering Jimmeh’s almost 30 years removed from office while our guy’s still there. Besides, the real debate, if the Iraqis can’t get it together, will end up being over which of them did more ultimately to expand Iranian influence. More offensive were Carter’s comments about Blair: “Abominable. Loyal, blind, apparently subservient.” I said what I had to say on this subject last year, but tell me this: has he ever referred to, say, Yasser Arafat as “abominable”? And why, like so many on the left, does he persist in believing that Blair went along with Bush on Iraq out of “loyalty” or “subservience” as opposed to conviction? Before the Bush doctrine there was the Blair doctrine; before Iraq there was Afghanistan and before Afghanistan there was Kosovo. Face it — the guy’s an interventionist. And as any disgruntled Labour party member will tell you, he’s gotten next to nothing from Bush for his help after 9/11, including and especially on global warming. In which case, what incentive does he have to be subservient?

I think this is a simple case of the left simply not being able to tolerate the thought of a fellow enlightened leftist and/or European being pro-Iraq war, so they have to explain it away as a character defect that conveniently lays the blame at the Bushitler’s feet. Blair didn’t really want to get rid of Saddam, you see; Bush browbeat him into it using some mysterious form of coercion that has never quite been explained. (See also the constant denigrations of Hitchens as a drunk whose imbibing has rotted his brain.) The truth is, if there’s any loyalty on Blair’s part here, it’s loyalty to western values and the felt need to present a united front in the face of Islamist fascism. No surprise that Carter looks upon that contemptuously.

I’ll leave you with The Princess, who has her own theory:

What continues to surprise us about a particular aspect of the left, which often and today includes Jimmy Carter, is the need to either find defeat among victory or to relive the past. For Jimmy Carter, the notion of Bush’s Middle East policy failing vindicates his own spinelessness when dealing with the same monsters years ago. Its clear that Jimmy’s policy made have been the original puzzle piece for them–teaching them the way to the Achille’s heel of the Western giant–but if George Bush’s strict line on war was not the answer, and eventually led to defeat, Carter no longer has to feel as though he made the wrong decision. He may live with impossible guilt, for all we know, or he may simply be delusional enough to believe that if we merely left them alone, they’d no longer desire to come to our shores and massacre our innocents by the thousands under the guise and excuse of a radical faith.


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On second thought Carter is still the worst President ever and is a foreign policy disaster. He was irrelevant when he was president.

Wade on May 21, 2007 at 9:59 AM

Look up “Careless” in the dictionary…There’ll be a picture of Dhimmi Carter.

The Economy: Careless
The Hostages: Careless
Foreign Policy: Careless
America: He couldn’t Care Less.

franksalterego on May 21, 2007 at 10:07 AM

Carter is one of the worst people in history.

windbag on May 21, 2007 at 10:07 AM

This is the guy who saw a huge chunk of the board of his thinktank bail because of the anti-SemitiZionism of his latest screed.

Bad Candy on May 21, 2007 at 10:08 AM

Douchebag.

Jaibones on May 21, 2007 at 10:09 AM

Heh, we’d have probably been better off if Billy had been president.

Bad Candy on May 21, 2007 at 10:10 AM

OT: anyone else having problems with “the Blog” portion of the homepage using Internet Explorer? it works for me in Mozilla but not IE, I have to go to the Vault to get the blog with IE.

on topic: Carter is an idiot and a fool.

jp on May 21, 2007 at 10:10 AM

Compared to the widely-recognized worst presidents in history (Buchanan, Johnson, Pierce, Harding, and Harrison), the legacies of both Carter and Bush will vertainly leave them in the bottom ten.

We can thank Carter for making us look very weak on the international front kicking off our modern war with Islamofacists. Also, the Department of Education and other jewels of domestic incompetence like the energy crisis.

Bush, we can thank for the largest government in history, “free” prescription drugs for the elderly, open borders, and another energy crisis that will tank what is left of the Reagan boom economy. Also, like Carter, he seems incapable of defining who the enemy is in the war on terror.

The squabbling between these two imbeciles is the ultimate in irony.

Valiant on May 21, 2007 at 10:11 AM

Imagine the Bengals accusing another team of being the worst in the NFL.

Tony737 on May 21, 2007 at 10:13 AM

BadCandy….We would have been MUCH better off had his mother, Miss Lillian, been President…read her quote about her children.

DoctorDentons on May 21, 2007 at 10:13 AM

just wait till Clinton starts getting Nietchen on us, the closer he gets to death

jp on May 21, 2007 at 10:13 AM

Carter was quoted Saturday as saying “I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history.”

and

He said he wasn’t comparing the Bush administration with all those through American history.

Dude – pick up any decent Intro to Philosophy textbook and read about the Law of Non-Contradiction.

Once you know what the heck you’re talking about, then you can speak. Until then, follow Lincoln’s Dictum: “It is better to keep silent and be thought a fool, that to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

psrch on May 21, 2007 at 10:16 AM

Oh please…you guys agree with him

tomas on May 21, 2007 at 10:18 AM

Buying a house during Carter’s years as president as compared to today.

If you have to take a mortgage for $100,000 for 30 years here is the difference between today and Carter’s years.
Monthly Payment today: $575.66
Monthly Payment Carter: $1,507.09

Wade on May 21, 2007 at 10:18 AM

So basically, what Jimmy’s saying is that Bush is a bad President, just not as bad as he was.

amerpundit on May 21, 2007 at 10:21 AM

I apologize for my above remark, I meant no offense to the Bengals, comparing them to Jimmy Carter is an insult to the Bengals and their loyal fans.

Tony737 on May 21, 2007 at 10:22 AM

Will he ever tire of having to “explain” what he meant each time he opens his mouth to anyone with a microphone?

Here’s an idea, SHATTUP!

ej_pez on May 21, 2007 at 10:23 AM

Bush really has screwed up big, particularly with this amnesty madness, but he’s not as bad as LBJ or Carter.

Bad Candy on May 21, 2007 at 10:28 AM

Carter is just doing what Carter does best…Attempting a rescue mission and crashing and burning…

doriangrey on May 21, 2007 at 10:31 AM

This coming from the self loathing, surrender monkey who left us with the mess we are still dealing with today in Iran.

ps. thanks for the memories of waiting in mile long gas lines on even numbered days, and my parents inability to buy a house due to 18% interest rates and third world like inflation…you ass hat.

Alden Pyle on May 21, 2007 at 10:34 AM

“Imagine the Bengals accusing another team of being the worst in the NFL.”

A much better analogy would be the Lions; they’ve taken over the “worst” in the league title. The Bengals were in the playoffs 2 seasons ago and haven’t had a losing season in a while.

What’s becoming more apparent to me is, it’s really no surprise that Jimmuh is fulfilling his role as an ex-President as badly as he performed when he was our President.

Tom Blogical on May 21, 2007 at 10:36 AM

“Valiant” says: …“free” prescription drugs for the elderly,..
More proof, as if any were needed, The Prescription Drug Plan for Seniors is widely misunderstood.

Nevermind, most elderly are on low fixed incomes…And, nevermind, the plan isn’t “free”

Don’t you Care™ about the elederly?

franksalterego on May 21, 2007 at 10:38 AM

Carter is bought and paid for by his Arab masters. He is seriously funded by the Saudis. This, on top of his Antisemitism, makes him one of the most loathsome toads in the world today.

Stormy70 on May 21, 2007 at 10:44 AM

Oh please…you guys agree with him

tomas on May 21, 2007 at 10:18 AM

Not really, Bush is much stronger on the foreign front than Carter. Carter was blasting Bush on his foreign relations policy. The fact is, they are both bottom-tier presidents.

Bush has more character in his clipped toenail than Carter in his whole body. Bush is doing what he said he would do: Giving amnesty to millions of illegals and their families, federalizing the public schools, and giving away billions in prescription drugs.

Like sh*t, Carter just happened.

Valiant on May 21, 2007 at 10:44 AM

Tony737:

LOL! I guess I have to apologize to Lions fans now…nah. ;-)

Tom Blogical on May 21, 2007 at 10:48 AM

On T: I was 6 when “Jimmah” got elected(my parents didn’t vote for him EITHER time thankfully).
Even in first grade I could tell he was an idiot.

Off Topic: Every post is appearing on the left side of my screen-on the right there’s blank space.
Anyone?

annoyinglittletwerp on May 21, 2007 at 10:50 AM

Even when I was kid we all knew that Ca’tah sucked. We used to sing to the tune of “Oscar Meyer Weener”…

“Myyy ex-preisident has a first name, it’s J I M M Y,
My ex-president has a second name, it’s C A T E R,
Ooooh I’d hate to meet him any day, and if you ask me why I’ll saaay,
‘Cause Jimmy Ca’tah has a way of screwing up the U.S.Aaaaaaaa.”

Tony737 on May 21, 2007 at 10:54 AM

Awww come on Jimmy. You’ve mouthed off one to many times about Bush and America. You and your sidekick Ramsey Clark are way overdue to be charged for TREASON. This is just one more reason you should be doing time in federal slammer!

byteshredder on May 21, 2007 at 10:55 AM

Twerp, holy crap, that’s so funny, we both said “Even when we were little” at the same time. Coincidence? Great minds think alike AND more proof that Cahtah sucked!

Tom, no, you’re right, the Lions ARE the Jimmy Ca’tah of the NFL, THEY should apologize to US! HA! just kiddin’ Lion Fans! As Klinton would say “I have felt your payyyyn.”

Tony737 on May 21, 2007 at 11:00 AM

Carter has fallen and he can’t get up no matter how hard he tries. He a man with a mission to, not only put lipstick on the pig of his presidency, but regale it with costume jewelry.

Since his presidency he has been a man in search of a legacy. He has done this by cavorting with the dregs of the world in the vain hope that people will see him as a ‘man for all seasons’. He, instead, has been humiliating himself and his country.

He, the country, and the world would have been better off if he, after his presidency, went home, shucked peanuts, and with his brother got high on Billy Beer.

pocomoco on May 21, 2007 at 11:32 AM

Exit question: will carter (contemptous lower case…babalu style) live long enough to see someone clean up his mess in Iran?

Kid from Brooklyn on May 21, 2007 at 11:34 AM

Carter=loser

4shoes on May 21, 2007 at 11:47 AM

I think this is a simple case of the left simply not being able to tolerate the thought of a fellow enlightened leftist and/or European being pro-Iraq war, so they have to explain it away as a character defect that conveniently lays the blame at the Bushitler’s feet.

posted at 9:53 am on May 21, 2007 by Allahpundit

Oh exactly, no doubt. Blair is always a fun topic to discuss with Liberals. It’s like that Star Trek episode where they overload the computer with the “Everything I say is a lie” “I am lying” trick. Their heads start to smoke. So it’s a survival tactic I think.

Dash on May 21, 2007 at 11:57 AM

Sheesh! All these long comments about Carter. This one is the most succinct:

Carter=loser

4shoes on May 21, 2007 at 11:47 AM

or just post:

Liar!

ScottG on May 21, 2007 at 12:08 PM

ps. thanks for the memories

My thoughts exactly; whenever my kids begin to think things suck today, I can tell them I remember when Jimmy Carter was president.

saint kansas on May 21, 2007 at 12:12 PM

“But in comparison to Nixon’s, the Bush administration’s foreign policy “was much worse,” Carter said.”
I’m sure Carter does not want to compare any administration to his own!

OT: anyone else having problems with “the Blog” portion of the homepage using Internet Explorer? it works for me in Mozilla but not IE, I have to go to the Vault to get the blog with IE.

Yes, my “The Blog” section is loading below the “Top Picks” section.

abinitioadinfinitum on May 21, 2007 at 12:18 PM

Two words, Jimmah: Desert One. Now STFU, you worthless piece of crap.

(My apologies to any crap that was offended by my comment.)

ReubenJCogburn on May 21, 2007 at 12:25 PM

Most of the original post focuses on the foreign policy ramifications of the two administrations, but let’s not forget how absolutely abysmal the economy was under Jimmy Carter’s reign of error. High unemployment, high inflation, lousy stock market … it just sucked all around.

There’s plenty to criticize W. about, particularly as of late with his continued hard-on for amnesty, but Jimmuh the peanut farmer could only dream about having an economy as strong as it has been the last several years.

Let’s face is Jimmuh, you just sucked in every way possible.

thirteen28 on May 21, 2007 at 12:34 PM

Why can’t this laughable old frickstick just STHU

commonsensehoosier on May 21, 2007 at 12:48 PM

Time for jimmy to just go away. He is so irrelevant at this point, I am not even bothered by this.

csdeven on May 21, 2007 at 1:18 PM

Time to open up the files on ol’ Jimmuh. Let’s see the record of all his screw-ups now, rather than after he’s safely dead.

mojo on May 21, 2007 at 1:34 PM

Hey-

On the nostagia track…”Carter is a Farter and Mondale is a whale”.

We were nine years old – you wanted wit?

I remember my parents having him on TV and seeing what has become my favorite Carter moment – “Ah ask’d my dawtah Amah wha’ wuhrried her the most, and she said ‘Daddah, nucular proliferashun’.”

Now he’s degenerating from a useless idiot to a fist-shaking doddering old man. I hope I get to hear him utter the word “whippahsnappahs” before he has full dementia.

heypally on May 21, 2007 at 1:45 PM

Good write-up, AllahPundit. He’s lost it.

Freelancer on May 21, 2007 at 1:53 PM

Jesus loves you, Jimmy.
Everyone else thinks you’re an asshole.

SicSemperTyrannus on May 21, 2007 at 2:36 PM

irrelevant? That is so funny…..the lock steppers learned a new word from the whitehouse.

Yea Jimmy Carter:

-Nobel Peace Price recipient
-Humanitarian
-Righteous and spiritual man
-Camp David Accords
-Human Rights
-Sino-American relations
-Panama Canal Treaties
-Author of 16 books

-Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT)

-Intervention in Afghanistan (USSR 1979): The Carter Doctrine, US would not allow any other outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf. Terminated the Russian Wheat Deal. This was the many of the first nails in the coffin of the cold war.

-Hostage crisis: Shah of Iran (installed by the US before Carter) was removed by the 1979 Iranian revolution, led by Ayatollah Khomeini. American Hostages taken. A failure to recognize the deterioration and the failed military mission, which Carter took full responsibility, where Bush dances around responsibility for everything and blames others. The event motivates Carter to increase the military and start a new division of the military CENTCOM.

-Rapid Deployment Forces – CENTCOM main command control for the fight on terror even today. Started by who? Carter a democrat. Carter is the one who started build up of the military that Reagan gets all the credit for.

-Economy and gas prices: Carter (1977-1981) inherited a pure steaming pile from Nixon and Ford, Vietnam War and Watergate. The years of republican rule had put us in “stagflation”. When the energy market exploded — an occurrence Carter desperately tried to avoid during his term. Carter is the one that came out with sweeping energy saving plans that we still enjoy today.

Carter was the first to recognize our need to get off of foreign oil. If Reagan would have continued Carters energy plans, we would NOT be dependant on mid east oil and we would not be in Iraq. He was visionary. Carter convinced and create the US Dept of Energy and put solar power in government buildings, including the White House, where he turned the thermostat down and wore sweaters in the winter. What does Bush really do all day?

Carter inherited the aftermath of the first OPEC gas embargo’s of 1973 and rapid rising gas prices right before taking office (sound familiar). The Iranian Revolution caused the second embargo in 1979 and long gas lines. I don’t think he can be blamed for that. Again Carter took action and was able to keep prices flat throughout his term. However the memory of waiting in long gas lines in 1979 by the american people, is one of the main reasons he is not ranked higher. If it was not for the hostages and oil embargo, which where not in his control. He might have won in 1982 or at least been remembered favorably.

IN 1979 WE HAD ALL THE SIGNS WE NEEDED TO GET OFF MID EAST OIL. REAGEN DID LITTLE TO NOTHING. CARTER DID MORE FOR SETTING THE GROUND WORK OF ENERGY INDEPENDENCE IN HIS LAST YEARS 2 YEARS IN OFFICE DID MORE THAN REAGAN IN 8 YEARS, BUT IT MEANT SACRIFICE, SOMETHING GEORGE W. BUSH DOES NOT DO OR KNOW HOW TO LEAD OTHERS TO DO, TO MAKE SACRIFICE, OTHER THAN THE MILITARY AND THEIR FAMILIES. His advice after 9/11? Go buy things.

We have less than 1% of the American people involved in Iraq. We are kidding our self. The hammer will fall and we will have to pay for it later.

I would NOT want to be the next President for all the money in the world because what a mess the state of the nation is in. It’s almost going to be a sacrificial presidency, like Carter was set-up, regardless who takes office it will likely be one term, a fall guy. To do the right thing will take immediate sacrifice, but ALL the idiots running are liars, cheats, crooks and scallywags, and the people are not willing to sacrifice, especially selfish, self centered conservatives like you all that cut down a great former Presidents, who has done more good than most Presidents in history.

A man of character, convictions and diplomacy is never irrelevant?

WHAT HAS BUSH DONE? Please

I love the conservatives whine, cry and throw temper tantrums about the “Hate Bush Crowd”, while just a mention of Carter or Clinton makes you all go crazy like rabid weasels foaming at the mouth.

You don’t know what you are talking about. President Carter was right the first time, Bush is terrible and the worst in (modern) history. The historians and political science folks have rated presidents which are widely available. Lincoln, FDR, George Washington, Jefferson and Roosevelt often make the top of the list.

Tightly packed in middle (mediocrocy) of the 43 presidents, in order, is: Clinton ranked at #21, followed by G. W. Bush at #22, followed by G H Bush and Carter & Ford, who are tied at #27.

THE WORST, unanimously by both conservative and liberal scholars is Harding the 29th president. Grant, Nixon, Andrew Jackson and Buchanan round out the bottom.

So Carter is technically wrong; right now Gee-Dub is around in the middle of the pack with a bullet to the bottom, worst President in history. I don’t think Gee-Dub will ever beat Harding for the worst, but we have hope Bush will be successful at something, even if its being “victorious” at being the worst. I think history will put him in the bottom 10.

gmcjetpilot on May 21, 2007 at 2:38 PM

Man, too easy gmc:

Nobel: given to him to spite President Bush.

Humanitarian: Hates Jewish humans.

Righteous: Listen to him speak about those Jews again.

Camp David: brought in by Israelis and Egyptians after the fact.

Human Rights: for killers and terrorists, not for Jews.

China: Nixon

Panama Canal: now controlled by our adversaries.

Author: just repudiated by his own employees.

SALT: nothing

Afghanistan: ooh, boycott.

Hostage crisis: caused it.

Rapid Deployment: failed rescue.

Economic failure: malaise, all our fault.

Yeah, boyo good ol Jimmy. Bush ain’t done nothin but get rid of two dictatorships. Helluva lot worse than helping install one in Iran.

You all whine and cry about how the “world” doesn’t like us and President Bush is to blame. NB: this world of which you speak is made up of those who love evil and commit evil acts against their own people each day. Who wants to be praised by them?! Only those others who love the darkness.

Carter, bah! Don’t want him dead, don’t want him hurt, don’t want him speaking again.

Done.

ScottG on May 21, 2007 at 2:54 PM

I had a small business when Carter was president.
I borrowed money at 21%. Inflation was 13%.
He invaded Iran with 4 choppers and it was a disaster.
Should anyone need advice on how to handle muslims, better not ask Carter.

He has repeatedly made agreements for which ther other side never followed.

And he has the nerve to call Bush the worst president ever.
Aaaaaagh!

navy1946 on May 21, 2007 at 2:58 PM

Man, too easy gmc:

Nobel: given to him to spite President Bush.

Humanitarian: Hates Jewish humans.

Righteous: Listen to him speak about those Jews again.

Camp David: brought in by Israelis and Egyptians after the fact.

Human Rights: for killers and terrorists, not for Jews.

China: Nixon

Panama Canal: now controlled by our adversaries.

Author: just repudiated by his own employees.

SALT: nothing

Afghanistan: ooh, boycott.

Hostage crisis: caused it.

Rapid Deployment: failed rescue.

Economic failure: malaise, all our fault.

Yeah, boyo good ol Jimmy. Bush ain’t done nothin but get rid of two dictatorships. Helluva lot worse than helping install one in Iran.

You all whine and cry about how the “world” doesn’t like us and President Bush is to blame. NB: this world of which you speak is made up of those who love evil and commit evil acts against their own people each day. Who wants to be praised by them?! Only those others who love the darkness.

Carter, bah! Don’t want him dead, don’t want him hurt, don’t want him speaking again.

Done.

outstanding rebuttal!

jpm5150 on May 21, 2007 at 3:26 PM

I didn’t know General Motors Corporation made jet aircraft or jet engines. Then again I haven’t seen monkeys fly out my butt, either.

SicSemperTyrannus on May 21, 2007 at 3:30 PM

Bush browbeat him into it using some mysterious form of coercion that has never quite been explained. (See also the constant denigrations of Hitchens as a drunk whose imbibing has rotted his brain.)

Excellent analysis on Bush and especially on the Blair topic. This man goes in history as an absolute strongly backboned liberal, who worked for good with the one they despise the most. Would this have been a Gore/Blair alliance, with similar (assumed) actions after 9/11/01, Mr. Blair would be hailed a superhero by same factions, media included.

On Mr. Hitchens’ drinking/smoking – were he a Kennedy or other leftie, he’d go to rehab and be praised, after long dissertations on how ‘afflicting’ drinking/smoking is, and how the ‘victim’ can’t control it, bla, bla, bla…And Mr. Hitchens w/b hailed a superintelligent hero too.

amerpundit, thank you. Rates then were at times 17%, having gone up from 7 3/4 almost daily, lines at gas stations were around the block, driving in some place on odd days considered…in addition to others’ items listed, above.

gmcjetpilot (real pilots indignant again) – you provided numerous smirks. How you can make a hero out of nothing is truly miraculous. Should consider patenting indeas. Maybe someone will buy…

The Princess has it right. This truly bad president is seeking relevance where there isn’t any. The response, for an otherwise inept communications admin. was perfect. “increasingly irrelevant” was perfect. And it hit the spot. And for Carter, like many other unaccountable lefties to blame “or misunderstood”. It’s either a “joke” or “misunderstood”, which always blames others. Grow some stones, lillies! Own what you do and say, then try to make yourself better and more plausible.

Carter is doing more, though, besides trying to embelish his insignificant record. The hatred of Gore losing to this “nitwit walking/talking Texan”, by electoral votes drove the Left insane. Then, as if to prove that Mr. Bush’s god exists, came 9/11/01 and handed him a raison d’être to preside, legitimately, in a time when the worst attack on this wonderous country occurred in history. The rest we know. What was mild derangement became a complete mass neurosis. Mr. Carter is trying to point that out, and by doing so hoping to raise his zero-status, using the anti-American sentiment around the world, the BBC and our lefties as platforms.

What an irrelevant worm!

What a

Entelechy on May 21, 2007 at 3:34 PM

The sad after-effect of too many nuts.

profitsbeard on May 21, 2007 at 3:45 PM

At least the Bush administration can get helicopters to take off and land in the desert.

Buck Turgidson on May 21, 2007 at 6:14 PM

Wow! People defending Bush! Only a couple of days ago some were saying it is okay to impeach him…

Carter’s remarks remind me of the running joke people of Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas like to say. “We are always competing for 48th or 49th.”

Bradky on May 21, 2007 at 7:41 PM

Carter, two words for ya: Panama Canal.

On the other hand, even though he was the worst Prez ever, he DID authorize the development of the F-117. Credit where credit is due, but other than that, he sucked.

Tony737 on May 21, 2007 at 11:08 PM