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Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?
FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | May 05, 2008 | Jamie Glazov, Rep. Howard Berman

Posted on 05/05/2008 5:24:38 AM PDT by SJackson

Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?  
By Jamie Glazov
FrontPageMagazine.com | Monday, May 05, 2008

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif), the new chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

FP: Rep. Howard Berman, welcome to Frontpage Interview.

Berman: Thank you.

FP: You have criticized fellow Democrat, and former president, Jimmy Carter for his recent meetings with Hamas. Update for us the form your criticism has taken.

Berman: President Carter has come under bipartisan criticism – from Republicans as well as Democrats -- for meeting with the leaders of Hamas, which is a terrorist group. Gary Ackerman, the chairman of our Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, and I urged President Carter in a letter to cancel his plans to meet with Khaled Mashaal and other members of Hamas during his visit to Syria . We wrote, “We believe this visit will undermine the Middle East peace process and damage the credibility of Palestinian moderates, including Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. We also believe it falls far short of the high moral standards you have set as a champion of human rights.” I stand by that view.

FP: Expand for us on the bipartisan criticism of Carter on his Hamas odyssey.

Berman: In the same week that Gary Ackerman and I sent our letter, more than four dozen Republicans and Democrats together signed a letter to President Carter asking him not to press forward with his plans to meet Khaled Mashaal, and they released it to the media. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama also criticized President Carter’s plans to meet the Hamas leadership.

FP: Hamas is a terrorist organization that wants to wipe Israel off the map. What exactly is Carter thinking in this effort of his? Why is he extending an olive branch to Hamas and how and why does he believe in its potential goodness? He has, after all, engaged in a one-man lobbying campaign on behalf of Hamas – despite its terror on its own population and against Israel.

Berman: In recent days, President Carter made use of several opportunities to explain his thinking to the media, including just after his meeting in Syria. He also has an op-ed this week in the Washington Post. He was not persuasive.

FP: What are your thoughts in general on Carter’s view of the Middle East ? What do you think of him referring to Israel as an apartheid state? Why his malice toward Israel ?

Berman: Comparing Israel with Apartheid South Africa is deliberately provocative and demonstrates a very loose grasp on the details of both situations; it is a poor analogy. As to President Carter’s views of the Middle East in general, his concept of the forces at work in the region – who is to blame, who is to be held accountable – is way off the mark, and this undermines any initiative he may undertake there. Unfortunately, it also undermines the very people we want to help in the Middle East – President Abbas and his supporters, on the one hand, and the Israelis on the other.

FP: What policy should Israel and the U.S. pursue toward Hamas?

Berman: Israel can make its own policies, but in my opinion it has made the right choices given the circumstances. Hamas is a terrorist organization that denies Israel’s right to exist and shows no sign of changing. In fact, Israel is fully in synch with the United States and the broader international community in demanding that Hamas recognize Israel, renounce violence, and accept past Israeli-Palestinian agreements. I hope there will be no compromises on this approach; to do so would make a mockery of those Palestinians who reject violence and choose the path of negotiations. The last thing we would want is for terrorists to get the message that violence pays.

Of course, Iran is the number-one problem in the region, and we should keep in mind that Hamas is strongly backed by Iran, which provides training, funding, and probably arms to Hamas, as it does to Hezbollah. The United States needs to push for the strongest possible sanctions against Iran – and if the Security Council won’t go along, we should press our European and other allies at least to join with us in a tough sanctions regime. Our top priority should be to deprive Iran of the funds it uses for its nuclear weapons program, but a successful sanctions regime hopefully would have the additional benefit of reducing Iran’s material support for terrorists.

FP: Rep. Howard Berman, thank you for joining Frontpage Interview.

Berman: You’re quite welcome.



TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; Israel
KEYWORDS: carter; glazov; hamas; hezbollah; howardberman; iran; israel; middleeast

1 posted on 05/05/2008 5:24:38 AM PDT by SJackson
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To: SJackson

The short answer is that Jimmy doesn’t like the Jews. It really is that simple.


2 posted on 05/05/2008 5:28:19 AM PDT by ClearCase_guy (Et si omnes ego non)
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To: SJackson

Why? Because he is and always has been one of the stupidest men in the country.


3 posted on 05/05/2008 5:28:25 AM PDT by fweingart (It doesn't matter who you vote for, the government always gets in!)
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To: SJackson
Because he's Jimmy Carter.

When has he not been disastrously wrong about anything?

4 posted on 05/05/2008 5:28:43 AM PDT by Tribune7 (How is inflicting pain and death on an innocent, helpless human being for profit, moral?)
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To: SJackson

Carter sold his soul to Saudi Arabia.

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2008/04/27/2008-04-27_to_see_jimmy_carters_true_allegiances_ju.html


5 posted on 05/05/2008 5:31:48 AM PDT by vietvet67
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To: SJackson

Why?

One, he hates Jews. Maybe he always did, maybe it was because they didn’t support him in his reelection bid when Reagan kicked his butt, it doesn’t matter. What does matter is that he does. He hates Jews and he especially hates Israel.

Two. Arabs pay him money.

It really is that simple. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out.


6 posted on 05/05/2008 5:32:43 AM PDT by Ronin (Bushed out!!! Another tragic victim of BDS.)
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To: ClearCase_guy

Stop reading my mind and then posting my answer before I can finish typing! :-)


7 posted on 05/05/2008 5:33:51 AM PDT by Ronin (Bushed out!!! Another tragic victim of BDS.)
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To: SJackson

Once you start with mistaken assumptions, there’s no end to the things you will get horribly wrong.


8 posted on 05/05/2008 5:34:51 AM PDT by coloradan (The US is becoming a banana republic, except without the bananas - or the republic.)
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To: Tribune7

Because he’s Jimmy Carter - Brilliant!


9 posted on 05/05/2008 5:35:07 AM PDT by 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
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To: SJackson

All of the above.


10 posted on 05/05/2008 5:35:49 AM PDT by Da Coyote
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To: ClearCase_guy

Winner!!!


11 posted on 05/05/2008 5:37:00 AM PDT by mad_as_he$$ (Sleep with one eye open, Gripping your pillow tight , Exit light , Enter night.......)
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To: fweingart

“Why? Because he is and always has been one of the stupidest men in the country.”

We use to say that he was a peanut brain, but thats an insult
to peanuts.. Carter has NO brain at all.


12 posted on 05/05/2008 5:38:11 AM PDT by AlexW (Reporting from Bratislava, Slovakia. Happy not to be back in the USA for now.)
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To: SJackson

it’s dishonest of carter to say that one can negotiate with hamas, period.


13 posted on 05/05/2008 5:40:30 AM PDT by ken21 ( people die + you never hear from them again.)
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To: dennisw; Cachelot; Nix 2; veronica; Catspaw; knighthawk; Alouette; Optimist; weikel; Lent; GregB; ..
If you'd like to be on this middle east/political ping list, please FR mail me.

High Volume. Articles on Israel can also be found by clicking on the Topic or Keyword Israel. or WOT [War on Terror]

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14 posted on 05/05/2008 5:40:30 AM PDT by SJackson (I'm a lawyer, Barack is a lawyer, all our friends are lawyers, Michelle O.)
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To: SJackson
We also believe it falls far short of the high moral standards you have set as a champion of human rights.” I stand by that view.

What high moral standard has Jimmy ever set? He is left wing communist idiot and always has been.

15 posted on 05/05/2008 5:41:39 AM PDT by calex59
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To: SJackson; Alouette

Tabsternager is deeply saddened by this article!


16 posted on 05/05/2008 5:44:01 AM PDT by Convert from ECUSA ("Typical 'bitter' 'White Male" whose vote the Dems now desperately want so bad - HA!)
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To: SJackson

Jimmah loves those who hate America and Israel.


17 posted on 05/05/2008 5:45:39 AM PDT by CPOSharky (Vote demoncrat: Kiss goodby to your money, privacy, freedom, and guns.)
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To: SJackson

Because Jimmuh-Jane Cahtuh is a pu$$y. Always was.


18 posted on 05/05/2008 5:52:45 AM PDT by clee1 (We use 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 2 to pull a trigger. I'm lazy and I'm tired of smiling.)
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To: SJackson

Jimmy is an ANTI-SEMITE, that’s why. Typical non-Jewish Democrat.


19 posted on 05/05/2008 6:09:44 AM PDT by Ann Archy (Abortion.....The Human Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
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To: SJackson
Because he is a moron.

What's scary is that there are millions out there who are bigger morons than he is--hard as it is to believe possible--and who give serious attention and empowerment to this nitwit.

20 posted on 05/05/2008 6:23:26 AM PDT by Savage Beast ("History is not just cruel. It is witty." ~Charles Krauthammer)
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To: SJackson
Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?

To preserve his unblemished record ...

21 posted on 05/05/2008 6:35:24 AM PDT by catpuppy
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To: SJackson

Has he ever been right about anything?


22 posted on 05/05/2008 6:52:43 AM PDT by Piquaboy (22 year veteran of the Army, Air Force and Navy, Pray for all our military .)
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To: SJackson

Because Jimmah walks into walls a lot.


23 posted on 05/05/2008 6:59:00 AM PDT by AngelesCrestHighway
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To: SJackson
Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?

Because he's a senile old fool, and always has been.

24 posted on 05/05/2008 7:00:15 AM PDT by r9etb
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To: SJackson

He’s wrong because he’s a communist and wants the jihadis to destroy Western Civilization.


25 posted on 05/05/2008 7:16:39 AM PDT by Leftism is Mentally Deranged
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To: SJackson

The elephant in the living room i$ right there in Wa$hington waiting for any Woodward and Bern$tein who want to inve$tigate the role of the $audis and other oil producing countrie$. The Capitol and Executive Branch are awa$h in bribe$.


26 posted on 05/05/2008 7:17:17 AM PDT by Arthur McGowan
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To: Ronin; vietvet67
Both of you have 90% of the reason covered. The remainder of the 10% has to do with Jimmy Carter being so full of himself that he actually believes his own propoganda.
27 posted on 05/05/2008 7:21:01 AM PDT by Vigilanteman ((Are there any men left in Washington? Or are there only cowards? Ahmad Shah Massoud))
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To: SJackson

Because Carter has been wrong about damn near everything and didn’t want to damage his legacy?


28 posted on 05/05/2008 7:24:25 AM PDT by Dick Bachert (D.D.)
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To: SJackson; ClearCase_guy
>>>Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East? <<<

The short answer is; Habit!

Carter is a guy that has been wrong his entire life, wrong on the Shah, wrong on inflation, wrong on gas, heating oil and sweaters, wrong on North Korea, wrong on election monitoring of untold numbers of Communists including Hugo Chavez.....

What the hell else can we expect from him....revoke his passport and cellphone!

29 posted on 05/05/2008 7:46:47 AM PDT by HardStarboard (Take No Prisoners - We're Out Of Qurans)
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To: SJackson

Easy. He hates Jews.


30 posted on 05/05/2008 7:53:19 AM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: AlexW

“Carter has NO brain at all.”

Maybe he had one at one time, but (and my apologies to “The Twilight Zone” or “Outer Limits”, or one of those kinds of shows) then an earwig got to his brain and ate it all up; and now the bloated and sated earwig is just passing gas, which is what now makes up Jimmah’s thought processes.


31 posted on 05/05/2008 7:59:07 AM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: AlexW

“Carter has NO brain at all.”

Jimmy Carter was/is a nuclear engineer and quite a brilliant engineer by all accounts. He commanded a nuclear submarine for the US naval forces, if I recall correctly.

He is not stupid at all.

He is brilliantly supporting the side he wants to win -— it’s just so abhorent, it’s hard to think he’s not stupid.


32 posted on 05/05/2008 8:33:13 AM PDT by Yitzchak (The arabs do not respect power; they worship it.)
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To: Yitzchak

“He commanded a nuclear submarine for the US naval forces, if I recall correctly.....”

He did not command the sub. Check out this old news. Why in hell would the Navy name a sub after him...the worst president in U.S. history?

Navy to Commission Attack Submarine Jimmy Carter
Story Number: NNS050215-14
Release Date: 2/15/2005 7:01:00 PM

Special release from the U.S. Department of Defense

WASHINGTON (NNS) — The Navy will commission its newest nuclear-powered attack submarine Jimmy Carter Feb. 19, during an 11 a.m. EST ceremony at Naval Submarine Base New London, Groton, Conn.

The attack submarine Jimmy Carter honors the 39th president of the United States.

President Carter is the only U.S. president to have qualified in submarines. He has distinguished himself by a lifetime of public service, and has long ties to the Navy and the submarine force. Carter graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1946, served as a commissioned officer aboard submarines, and served as commander-in-chief from 1977 to 1981. Carter’s statesmanship, philanthropy and sense of humanity earned him the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.

Retired Adm. Stansfield Turner, a classmate of the president who served in the Carter administration as the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, will deliver the ceremony’s principal address. Rosalynn Carter is the sponsor for the ship named for her husband, with daughter Amy serving as matron of honor. In a time-honored Navy tradition, Rosalynn Carter will give the first order to “man our ship and bring her to life!”

Jimmy Carter is the third and final submarine of the Seawolf class. As the most advanced submarine in the class, Jimmy Carter will have built-in flexibility and an array of new warfighting features that will enable it to prevail in any scenario, against any threat – from beneath Arctic ice to shallow water. Differentiating Jimmy Carter from all other undersea vessels is its multimission platform (MMP), which includes a 100-foot hull extension to enhance payload capability. The MMP will enable Jimmy Carter to accommodate the advanced technology required to develop and test a new generation of weapons, sensors and undersea vehicles for naval special warfare, tactical surveillance and mine-warfare operations.

Capt. Robert D. Kelso, a native of Fayetteville, Tenn., will serve as Jimmy Carter’s first commanding officer, leading a crew of approximately 130 officers and sailors. Built by General Dynamics Electric Boat in Groton, Conn., the 12,130-ton Jimmy Carter is 453 feet in length, has a beam of 40 feet, and can operate at speeds exceeding 25 knots when submerged.


33 posted on 05/05/2008 9:08:58 AM PDT by AngelesCrestHighway
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To: SJackson
This one is too easy. He's a disaster because he impugns the motives of the US and its allies while being naively willing to accept the good will of those who are pledged to destroy the US, Israel, civilization, and all that is good in the world. The man is a moron at best and an evil person at worst.
34 posted on 05/05/2008 9:11:48 AM PDT by elhombrelibre (If you share Wright's pews, you share his views.)
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To: SJackson
Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?

He's being consistent.

He's been disatrously wrong on virtually every issue since entering public life, so why change now?

35 posted on 05/05/2008 9:15:38 AM PDT by uglybiker (I do not suffer from mental illness. I quite enjoy it, actually.)
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To: SJackson

“Navy to Commission Attack Submarine Jimmy Carter....”

Can we all say oxymoron!...It should have been named the attack submarine Rabbit Whacker.....


36 posted on 05/05/2008 9:49:09 AM PDT by AngelesCrestHighway
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To: SJackson
Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?

The answer is obvious.

Because Carter is RESPONSIBLE for much of the modern mid-East problems.

He backs Hamas because Hamas is a creature of Iran. Carter enables the current Iran when he cold-shouldered the Shah.

That's why Carter stands almost alone in his position. He sees the US repudicating his policy as President and is terrified for his legacy.

37 posted on 05/05/2008 11:09:19 AM PDT by what's up
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To: Convert from ECUSA

tabster is cat crap buried deep in the litter box.


38 posted on 05/05/2008 11:15:49 AM PDT by Alouette (Vicious Babushka)
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To: Alouette

ROFL! Ain’t it the truth!


39 posted on 05/05/2008 11:30:05 AM PDT by Convert from ECUSA ("Typical 'bitter' 'White Male" whose vote the Dems now desperately want so bad - HA!)
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To: SJackson
Why Is Jimmy Carter So Disastrously Wrong on the Middle East?

It's simple, because he hasn't changed and always will be a liberal Democrat.

He was wrong and totally oblivious as President and he STILL is.

The worst president of the 20th century!

40 posted on 05/05/2008 4:02:54 PM PDT by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: EGPWS
It's simple, because he hasn't changed and always will be a liberal Democrat.

He was wrong and totally oblivious as President and he STILL is.

It's more complicated than that.

Jimmeh Cahtuh (and the Cahtuh Centah) is owned -- lock, stock & barrel -- by the Saudis.

41 posted on 05/05/2008 4:05:07 PM PDT by okie01 (THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA: Ignorance on Parade)
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To: okie01
Jimmeh Cahtuh (and the Cahtuh Centah) is owned -- lock, stock & barrel -- by the Saudis.

"It's simple, because he hasn't changed and always will be a liberal Democrat".

My statement is my point made. ; )

42 posted on 05/05/2008 4:44:17 PM PDT by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: Dick Bachert
Because Carter has been wrong about damn near everything and didn’t want to damage his legacy?

Because Carter has been wrong about damn near everything and didn’t want to damage his legacy?

That's the because.

43 posted on 05/05/2008 4:48:23 PM PDT by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: SJackson
I didn't vote for Carter in 1976 (a former Canadian who
became a US citizen in 1974 ... my first oppportunity to vote) because I felt Carter, as a one term Governor of Georgia, didn't have the experience and background to be President. I voted for Gerald Ford who, of course, lost.
Carter was such a abysmal failure as President I'm proud of the fact I've continued to vote Republican these many election cycles since.
44 posted on 05/05/2008 5:00:32 PM PDT by BluH2o
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To: SJackson

...because Jimmy Carter’s head has lodged itself in a very dark, personal space and Ole Rabbit Teeth cannot remove it.


45 posted on 05/05/2008 5:19:09 PM PDT by madison10
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To: Arthur McGowan
Thank you! It should be posted in ten foot letters:

Carter is bought and paid for with Arab petrodollars.

This goes way back. Here's an excerpt from a 1980 Time magazine article about his brother Billy:

"I am just an ordinary citizen from a small Southern community," said the nervous, chain-smoking witness before a Senate subcommittee last week. But little was ordinary about the fact that Billy Carter had come to the ornate Senate Caucus Room, the famed site of the Teapot Dome, McCarthy and Watergate hearings. He was there to testify under oath about his controversial relations with the government of Libya. Soft-spoken and attired in a three-piece suit, he was no longer playing his old role as the Carter family clown. Indeed, in concluding a carefully crafted 27-page opening statement, he said, "I hope this testimony will show in common-sense fashion that Billy Carter is not a 'buffoon,' a 'boob' or a 'wacko,' as some public figures have described him."

In this, Billy appears to have succeeded. And although his judgment in choosing friends and business associates may remain open to question, he performed rather well in responding to the Senate panel's two main lines of questioning: 1) Had he used his position as the President's brother to influence U.S. policy toward Libya, a radical country with which Washington maintains subzero relations? 2) What were the details involving the $220,000 that he had received from a Libyan bank? In nine hours of testimony over two days, the Senators learned little that was new about either matter. Billy confirmed that he had visited Libya in 1978 and again the following year; he had played host, in turn, to a Libyan delegation to Georgia in January 1979; he had tried to arrange, without success, for the Charter Crude Oil Co. of Jacksonville to obtain Libyan crude oil; and he had received one check from the Libyans for $20,000 in December 1979 and another for $200,000 the following April 1.

Throughout the testimony, Billy insisted that there was nothing wrong with these transactions. He conceded that he probably "had been invited [to Libya] because I was the brother of the President," but he maintained that he made it very clear to his hosts that he "had absolutely no influence" on U.S. policies. To show how pointless any such effort would have been, Billy told the Senators that "when Jimmy was Governor of Georgia," the state "repaved the streets of Plains with one exception — the small portion of street in front of my house."

As for the $220,000 from Libya, Billy insisted that it was simply an advance on a $500,000 loan. Senators greeted this claim with understandable skepticism, especially since no loan papers were signed and there was no documentary evidence of collateral.

When Senators demanded proof that the money was indeed just a loan, Billy said that there was "just my word."


46 posted on 05/05/2008 5:26:54 PM PDT by Richard Kimball (We're all criminals. They just haven't figured out what some of us have done yet.)
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To: SJackson
I think the long and short answer is the blames Israel for his loss and failure to get a second term. In his mind if Israel would have done what he wanted there would have been peace and he would have been the national hero.
47 posted on 05/05/2008 5:32:22 PM PDT by engrpat
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To: EGPWS

Sorry. My bad. Thanks for the correction.


48 posted on 05/05/2008 8:55:26 PM PDT by Dick Bachert (INCENT)
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