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  • David Gergen On Trump's Victory Lap: 'I Knew I Didn't Like The Son Of A Bitch'

    12/02/2016 12:34:45 PM PST · by Trump_vs_Evil_Witch · 136 replies
    Crooks & Liars ^ | 12-2-2016
    Gergen didn't mince words last night on CNN, as Trump's victory lap last night in Cincinnati met with scorn and derision from the CNN contributor. "This is goodbye to American leadership in the world. Goodbye to globalization. He’s bringing America home. He’s going to lead a nativist, nationalistic, populist movement and if you want to join up with him fine. If you don’t, forget it.” “I knew I didn’t like the son of a bitch"

    12/23/2009 9:38:00 PM PST · by Cindy · 11 replies · 808+ views
    Video (via OurCountryPAC YouTube account) ^ | Added December 20, 2009 | n/a "TV AD: HARRY REID FAILED!" Video - Description - quote: OurCountryPAC December 20, 2009 More info: Senator Harry Reid has shown contempt for the American people and the people of Nevada. Now, "We The People" are fighting back, and the Tea Party Express (and its principal sponsor, the Our Country Deserves Better Committee) fights back with this TV ad campaign against failed Democrat Senator, Harry Reid. Category: News & Politics Tags: harry reid failed our country deserves better tea party express tv ad sharron angle sue lowden danny tarkanian
  • Carter says Bush backs torture, shrinks U.S. influence

    09/18/2006 9:13:44 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 111 replies · 1,530+ views
    Reuters ^ | Sept. 18, 2006 | John Whitesides
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said on Monday the Bush administration had eroded America's global influence with its conduct in Iraq and by condoning the torture of terrorism suspects. "They have redefined torture to make it convenient for them," Carter said of the Bush administration in an interview with Reuters. "Things that are unanimously almost or globally assumed to be torture, they claim that this is not torture. I don't think there is any doubt that is what they are doing," said Carter, a Democrat who was president from 1977 to 1981. He has since been a...
  • Caption Pic of Jimmy Carter

    09/15/2006 6:14:13 AM PDT · by AmericanMade1776 · 68 replies · 1,988+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Sept 11, 2006
    Former President Jimmy Carter campaigns on behalf of his son, Jack Carter, at a public library in Henderson, Nev., Monday, Sept. 11, 2006. The former president came to town after his son, who is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, was hospitalized. (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)
  • Carter criticizes Blair's government as too complaint with U.S. policies

    09/14/2006 3:10:57 PM PDT · by wouldntbprudent · 51 replies · 852+ views
    International Herald Tribune ^ | Sep 14,, 2006 | AP
    LONDON Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter criticized the British government on Thursday for quickly adopting controversial policies of the Bush administration regarding the Iraq war and the Israel-Hezbollah conflict. "I've been really disappointed in the apparent subservience of the British government's policies related to many of the serious mistakes that have been originated in Washington," Carter said in an interview BBC-TV's news show "Nightline." In the past, Carter said, British governments had used a "strong voice" to help shape joint U.S.-British policies as part of the long-standing special relationship between two of the world's greatest democracies. But under Prime Minister...
  • Carter Says He Hopes Lieberman Loses Election

    09/14/2006 2:52:12 PM PDT · by wouldntbprudent · 73 replies · 1,372+ views
    All Headline News ^ | Sep 14, 2006 | Julie Farby
    New Haven, CT (AHN)-Millionaire businessman and Democratic Ned Lamont said Wednesday the U.S. is weaker because of the war in Iraq backed by rival Sen. Joe Lieberman, and he called for shifting forces to Afghanistan and elsewhere. During a speech at Yale Law School, Lamont said, "We have sacrificed our daughters and sons and our treasure in a war we didn't have to fight. We have ignored the real threats and security needs in the war we should be fighting, the one against the terrorists. ... Senator Lieberman believes that President Bush has it right in Iraq. I believe that...
  • Carter Says He Hopes Lieberman Loses

    09/13/2006 6:58:47 PM PDT · by SmithL · 119 replies · 2,662+ views
    AP ^ | 9/13/6 | CARA RUBINSKY
    New Haven, Conn. -- Democrat Ned Lamont said Wednesday the U.S. is weaker because of the war in Iraq backed by rival Sen. Joe Lieberman, and he called for shifting forces to Afghanistan and elsewhere. "We have sacrificed our daughters and sons and our treasure in a war we didn't have to fight," Lamont said. "We have ignored the real threats and security needs in the war we should be fighting, the one against the terrorists. ... Senator Lieberman believes that President Bush has it right in Iraq. I believe that he's dangerously wrong." The Democrat, who upset the three-term...
  • Meet the worst ex-president (Take a guess)

    09/02/2006 9:49:51 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 43 replies · 1,870+ views
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | 9-3-06 | Jack Kelly
    Jack Kelly: Meet the worst ex-presidentAn odious Iranian will see Jimmy Carter on his U.S. visitSunday, September 03, 2006 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The State Department has granted a visa to Mohammad Khatami, the former president of Iran, to visit the United States.           Mr. Khatami is coming this week chiefly to attend meetings at the United Nations. He also will speak at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard; at a function sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Arlington, Va., and at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. And he will meet with former president...
  • Classic Jimmy Carter (Loser NUT Alert!)

    08/31/2006 7:59:13 AM PDT · by yoe · 51 replies · 1,477+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | August 31, 2006 | Michael Radu
    A few weeks ago, Jimmy Carter gave an interview to the German newspaper, Der Spiegel, mostly on the recent Lebanon conflict. It was classic Jimmy Carter -- at once moralizing and morally confused, ill-informed and preachy -- illustrating why the American people voted him out of office after just one term and the politically partisan Swedish Academy awarded him the Nobel Peace Prize. Take first the former president’s historical illiteracy. "Under all of its [the Bush administration's] predecessors there was a commitment to peace instead of preemptive war," Carter claimed. But is that really so? What about the Spanish-American War...
  • Iraq invasion subverts fight against terrorism: Carter

    08/30/2006 12:36:52 PM PDT · by freedom44 · 67 replies · 1,026+ views
    Xinhua ^ | 8/30/06 | Xinhua
    LONDON, Aug 27 (Xinhua) -- Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter said the Iraq invasion had subverted the fight against terrorism and instead strengthened al-Qaeda and the recruitment of terrorists, according to a British paper report on Sunday. In an exclusive interview with The Sunday Telegraph newspaper, Carter said that if he had still been president, he would never have considered invading Iraq in 2003. "However, I wouldn't have excluded going into Afghanistan, because I think we had to strike at Al-Qaeda and its leadership," he said. "But then, to a major degree, we abandoned the anti-terrorist effort and went almost...
  • Carter Agrees to Hold Talks With Khatami

    08/29/2006 10:48:35 PM PDT · by ncountylee · 114 replies · 2,277+ views
    Washington Post ^ | August 30, 2006 | Robin Wright
    For an event that would turn a page in American history, former president Jimmy Carter has agreed in principle to host former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami for talks during his visit to the United States starting this week. Carter's term as president was dominated by the rupture in relations after the 1979 Iranian revolution and the takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, where 52 Americans were held hostage for 444 days until the day he left office. Iranians made the overture for the meeting, and the Carter Center in Atlanta is working on the possible timing, said Phil Wise,...
  • More of Carter's Little Pills

    08/28/2006 5:28:42 PM PDT · by lancer256 · 24 replies · 979+ views ^ | 08/28/06 | david limbaugh
    When I wrote about Jimmy Carter's antics recently, some suggested I should quit wasting my time discussing someone so irrelevant. Well, I'd be happy to comply, except that their assumption is incorrect. What this misguided and increasingly bitter man says, especially on foreign soil, does matter. Don't forget that the Democratic Party leadership embraces Carter, as witnessed by his prominent role in the party's national convention, where he called President Bush -- in no uncertain terms -- a liar. Remember that when you're tempted to think of Carter as just a benign senior statesman. I'll concede Carter has done some...
  • Carter denounces Israel's new plan to redraw border [Barfer]

    05/16/2006 7:28:56 PM PDT · by ncountylee · 60 replies · 1,172+ views
    AFP/Yahoo ^ | May 16, 2006
    WASHINGTON (AFP) - Former president Jimmy Carter has denounced plans by Israel's new prime minister to unilaterally establish the geographical boundaries of the Jewish state, saying that such a move would be in violation of international accords. "It is inconceivable that any Palestinian, Arab leader, or any objective member of the international community would accept this illegal action as a permanent solution to the continuing altercation in the Middle East," Carter said in a commentary published Tuesday in USA Today. He said Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's plan, which would involve Israel ceding some ground but taking about one half of...
  • George Carlin attacks gambling in Vegas: Questions intelligence of tourists at MGM Grand

    12/12/2004 11:28:43 PM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 35 replies · 1,569+ views ^ | Monday, December 13, 2004
    Comedian George Carlin, 67, known for his shockingly obscene monologues got himself in trouble in Las Vegas recently – but not because of his filthy mouth. In the his last performance at the MGM Grand after four years before 700 paying customers, he reportedly said: "People who go to Las Vegas, you've got to question their f-----g intellect – traveling hundreds and thousands of miles to essentially give your money to a large corporation is kind of f-----g moronic. That's why what I'm always getting here is these kind of f-----g people with very limited intellects." But that's not the...
  • Out Of Control (Slick Willie Barf Alert)

    06/29/2003 7:29:39 AM PDT · by paul in cape · 24 replies · 408+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 6-28-03 | Impeached Former President Bill Clinton
    If it's allowed to stand, an FCC ruling will feed media merger mania BY BILL CLINTON "It's your money," says President Bush when he promotes tax cuts. I disagree with his tax policy but admire his spin. The same argument applies with greater force to whether big media conglomerates should be allowed to control more television and radio stations: "It's your airwaves." The American people own the bandwidth that broadcast media companies use to deliver programs to our TV and radio sets. Because the space on that bandwidth is limited, the Federal Communications Commission regulates who has access to our...