Jimmy Carter’s Jewish Problem


By Jason Maoz
JewishPress.com | November 30, 2006

For those with eyes to see, there were hints as far back as the 1976 presidential campaign of the trouble to come. Early that year, Harper’€™s magazine published “€œJimmy Carter’€™s Pathetic Lies,”€ a devastating expose of Carter’€™s record in Georgia by a then little-known journalist named Steven Brill.

Reg Murphy, who as editor of the Atlanta Constitution had kept a close eye on Carter’€™s rise in state politics, declared,”€œJimmy Carter is one of the three or four phoniest men I ever met.”€

Speechwriter Bob Shrum quit the Carter campaign after just a few weeks, disgusted with what he described as Carter’€™s penchant for fudging the truth. He also related that Carter, convinced the Jewish vote in the Democratic primaries would go to Senator Henry (“€œScoop”) Jackson, had instructed his staff not to issue any more statements on the Middle East.

“Jackson has all the Jews anyway,”€ Shrum quoted Carter as saying. “€œWe get the Christians.”€

Relations between Carter and Israel were tense from the outset of the Carter presidency.

source Frontline Magazine

hat tip SwampWoman,N2L

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In The Unfinished Presidency, his book about Carter’s post-White House activities, the liberal historian Douglas Brinkley provides a detailed account of the former president’s obsession with helping Palestinian terror chief Yasir Arafat polish his image. Carter, according to Brinkley, regularly advised Arafat on how to shape his message for Western journalists and even wrote some speeches for him.

Carter was also a vocal critic of Israeli policies and “view[ed] the unarmed young Palestinians who stood up against thousands of Israel soldiers as ‘instant heroes,’” wrote Brinkley. “Buoyed by the intifada, Carter passed on to the Palestinians, through Arafat, his congratulations.”

Former New York mayor Ed Koch, in his 1984 bestseller Mayor, recounted a conversation he had shortly before the 1980 election with Cyrus Vance, who’d recently resigned as Carter’s secretary of state. Koch told Vance that many Jews would not be voting for Carter because they feared “that if he is reelected he will sell them out.”

“Vance,” recalled Koch, “nodded and said, ‘He will.’ ”


Are You A Lumberjack?

Hightech news blog (and he’s OK) has assembled for your viewing and bookmarking pleasure, 59 amazing Python sketches …

And, we’ll make it an even 60, with the full length lumberjack sketch

Foggy Bottomless

Yesterday Colin Powell took the stage in Dubai and described the US presence in Iraq as consisting of three separate phases: (from the AP report)

The invasion phase went as planned. But the second phase, the military occupation, was “badly handled.” Mistakes during the second phase led to the third, “which could be considered a civil war.”

Whether or not Powell is attempting to repair his image with the Washington press, it is interesting to note that he reserves his harshest criticism for his former employer when he is abroad.

Another State Department employee sounded off against Administration policies at an academic forum in Washington last night, claiming that the Anglo-American relationship is “disappearing right before our eyes.”

Kendall Myers, a senior State Department analyst, disclosed that for all Britain’s attempts to influence US policy in recent years, “we typically ignore them and take no notice — it’s a sad business”.

250rat.jpgSpeaking at an academic forum in Washington on Tuesday night, he answered a question from The Times, saying: “It was a done deal from the beginning, it was a onesided relationship that was entered into with open eyes . . . there was nothing. There was no payback, no sense of reciprocity.”

The Times went on to report that Myers is considering early retirement. Of that, I have no doubt. I speculate that Myers is also positioning himself to undergo an image transformation from lowly-analyst-turned-rat to that darling of the the press: whistleblower. The Times reporter included the “rumor” that Myers attended the “Downing Street Memo” meetings. Just the ticket for John Conyers and the agenda-less Democrats to have something to do for the next two years.

Vimto zots Britney



Consider four recent events. First, the debate in the Tory party on whether to leapfrog Labour and adopt the radically redistributive anti-poverty policies symbolised by Polly Toynbee, the Guardian columnist. Then cast your mind to the impending defeat of the Bush-Blair coalition in Iraq. Next consider the nightmarish murder of Tom Rhys Pryce, the young London lawyer stabbed to death by two teenage robbers when he failed to hand over his Oyster card and mobile phone. Finally, turn to a story you probably haven’t noticed: the Royal Economic Society’s annual public lecture, on the subject of how to end poverty among the world’s “bottom billion” people and titled “War and Peace in Africa”.

What do these four news items have in common? The obvious answer is “economic deprivation”. When people lack the basic necessities of life (which in affluent Britain may well include a Tube card and a mobile phone), they naturally turn to violence and crime. Therefore, the surest way to stop the spiral of violence, whether it is in the backstreets of London or the killing fields of Iraq, is to create economic opportunities, to raise living standards and to offer the poor more generous financial support.

This obvious answer is not exactly wrong, but it is dangerously misleading. For in many cases the causal arrow points the other way: it is not economic deprivation that leads to violence and war; it is social and political breakdown that lead to economic deprivation

Excellent article by

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They still sound pretty good, too.

g’nite y’all

Iraq Survey Group Reaches Deal on U.S.-Iraq Policy


WASHINGTON (AP) – A bipartisan commission, under pressure to offer a U.S. exit strategy for the increasingly unpopular war in Iraq, has reached a consensus and will announce its recommendations next week, the group’s co-chairman said Wednesday.

Former Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., declined to disclose any specifics about the Iraq Study Group’s decisions. The report, much anticipated by the Bush administration and members of Congress, is coming out next Wednesday amid the spiraling violence in Iraq that has raised questions about the viability of the Iraqi government.

“This afternoon, we reached a consensus … and we will announce that on Dec. 6,” Hamilton told a forum on national security at the Center for American Progress, a liberal group.


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I highlighted “increasingly unpopular” from the AP report. It kind of jumped out at me. How many wars have been “popular?” Are they ever popular?

Challenging the Meme

Ted Carpernter’s essay is representative of the MSM celebration of reaching another grim milestone in Iraq…

The U.S. mission in Iraq has now lasted longer than America’s involvement in World War II. That should be an occasion for sober reflection. In less than four years, from December 1941 to August 1945, the United States and its allies managed to defeat two of the most powerful militaries in the world. By contrast, today, we are still mired in an endless conflict in a single small country after the same amount of time.

No2Liberals weighs in on this with a few thoughts of his own.

I refuse to allow this comment to creep into the Iraq lexicon unchallenged. The actual war with Saddams regime in Iraq took twenty three days. Let me repeat…twenty three days. The actual war in Europe, with U.S. involvement coming after 7 Dec 41, took until May 45.

Now, as to the rebuilding effort, and the democratization process, it has taken from Apr 2003 until now, and is ongoing. The rebuilding and democratization process in Germany took much longer, and we still have a strong military prescence there. The war with Japan lasted from Dec 41 until Aug 45, and took even longer to rebuild and democratize.

The LameStream media started that absurd comment the other day, and I haven’t seen anyone in print, radio, or tv challenge this false assertion.

Sure it fits perfectly into the defeatist mentality, that we need to cut and run, it’s hopeless…blah-blah-blah. The short war with Saddams regime, and those of Hitler and Hideki Tojo, don’t correlate at all, and neither does the amount of time it took, following each of the three previously mentioned regimes, to become stable functioning states. The fact that in Iraq there are many more outside influences disrupting the democratization and rebuilding, certainly doesn’t correlate to WWII.

This misleading comment needs to be refuted each and every time it is mentioned.

I think you did it quite well, amigo.

Wizbang has a pretty good response,

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Silly String Helping Save Lives of Troops

sillystring2.jpgSTRATFORD, N.J. – November 27, 2006 – It may seem odd, but Silly String is helping to save the lives of soldiers in Iraq and one local community is making a big effort to ship it overseas.

Among the dangers faced by the military fighting in Iraq are booby traps.

Nearly invisible wires trip the explosions, but soldiers and marines have found Silly String is one way to spot the sinister mechanism without setting off the trigger.

Sixth grade teacher Jane Maugeri demonstated Silly String’s use in revealing otherwise stealth threads for students at St. Luke’s School in Stratford on Monday.

It’s all part of a drive by the student council and the parish community to collect cans of silly string to send to Iraq.


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The Next Few Days …

Monday, I saw this headline:

“The future of the Middle East, certainly the future of Lebanon may well be decided in the next several days,” U.S. envoy to the United Nations John Bolton told BBC radio.

Bolton is not a man given to hyperbole. To say that he is direct is probably an understatement. His assessment of the situation in Lebanon and the Middle East in general is significant: he understands that the Democrat majority will most likely not allow him an opportunity to continue in his present position. He has nothing to lose by speaking frankly.
Yesterday, I read this assessment a The Adventures of Chester:

The next few days may be decisive in Iraq. Things to look for are:

-a collapse of the national government
-a mass exodus from Baghdad (Westhawk’s post points to evidence that 150 Baghdad residents are entering Fallujah daily)
-de facto partition lines in the city (geography would indicate the Tigris, but you never know)
-the declaration of shadow or oppositional governments…

Chester isn’t given to hyperbole either.

Here is how Michael Freund at Jerusalem Post sees it:

Without realizing it, we are standing at a defining moment not just for the Bush presidency, but for the future of the entire Jewish people and the Western world itself.

Enormous pressure is being brought to bear on the president to embrace diplomacy as the means for resolving the various crises in the Middle East. In recent months, the president has come under harsh criticism for the conduct of the war in Iraq. The results of the midterm elections earlier this month gave control over both houses of Congress to the Democrats, who will surely push for a more conciliatory approach.

And as The New York Times reported on Monday, the bipartisan Iraq Study Group headed by former US secretary of state James Baker will recommend that Washington engage rogue states such as Iran and Syria and open a dialogue with them. In other words, it is sounding more and more like 1940 all over again.

The daily tally of treasure is enormous, as are the sacrifices being made by our military and their families. And even though the number of days in this struggle has now exceeded that of WWII, the future uncertainty and the increasing sense of impending conflict makes me believe that we are much closer to the beginning of this struggle than to the end.

Ode to Billie Joe

Four D Blues at the Tallahatchie. Good stuff, and more to see at Terrains of the Heart.


G’nite yall.

Another One Bites the Dust

The dreaded “Illegal War” meme officially bit the dust this afternoon: (AP via Yahoo)

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the mandate of the 160,000-member multinational force in Iraq. The council acted quickly in response to a request from Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki who said a top government priority is to assume full responsibility for security and stability in the country but it needs more time.

Faster, Please.

Incoming Chair of Homeland Security Wants Open Borders


A Mississippi Democrat in line to become chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has warned the nation’s largest uniform supplier it faces criminal charges if it follows a White House proposal to recheck workers with mismatched Social Security numbers and fire those who cannot resolve the discrepancy in 60 days.


Yes, you read that correctly. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), the incoming chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, has decided that it is discriminatory against illegal aliens for their employer to terminate them for being illegal aliens. Never mind that they have already committed several criminal offenses, the least of which is perjury for knowingly signing a false I-9. Never mind that the employer faces stiff fines and penalties for hiring illegal aliens. Thompson plans to bring the full weight of the Federal government down on Employers who are trying to OBEY the law.

Earlier this month, he also said Democrats planned to “revisit” the Secure Border Fence Act mandating 698 miles of fencing on the US-Mexico border and might seek to scrap the plan.

“Tougher and Smarter” was the campaign slogan. With Thompson at the helm of Homeland Security, it is neither.

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Jesse and the PC police

Kramer received a lot of attention last week for flinging the N-bomb at some rowdy hecklers. YouTube had the video, and it was all over the net. Now, Kramer is going to take the Trent Lott mea culpa tour, starting with an appearance with Jesse Jackson, who has his own pastracist remarks to try and live down.

Michael Irvin of ESPN thinks the only way for a white quarterback to excel is for him to have some Black blood somewhere in his ancestry. The fan hasn’t been turned on “high” yet for Michael, but when it does, there’s enough excrement to last several news cycles, and get his own tour off to a good start.

And what about the hate speech from the muslim world? A book in Turkey with the title, Who Will Kill the Pope in Istanbul? The imam in Australia comparing rape victims to pieces of meat? Exploding grandmothers…The list is long, and growing longer every day.

Angel has weighed in on this subject, also. Here’s the link.

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Who Will Kill The Pope In Istanbul?

The novel is about a conspiracy to kill the pope involving the ultra-conservative Roman Catholic society Opus Dei, the notorious P-2 Masonic lodge and U.S. intelligence services to prepare the ground for a U.S. attack on Iran.

The cover of the book, sub-titled Who will kill the pope in Istanbul? features Benedict XVI in front of a cross engulfed in flames, with a bearded gunman aiming at the pontiff.


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NYT must give up phone records

millerand-pinch.jpgWASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled against The New York Times on Monday, refusing to block the government from reviewing the phone records of two Times reporters in a leak investigation of a terrorism-funding probe.The one-sentence order came in a First Amendment battle that involves stories written in 2001 by Times reporters Judith Miller and Philip Shenon revealing the government’s plans to freeze the assets of two Islamic charities, the Holy Land Foundation and the Global Relief Foundation.

Shenon and Miller called the two organizations for comment after being told by confidential sources of the government’s plans.

I suppose this means that the government will finally learn the identity of the confidential sources, and I would hope that information is made public.  Given that the Times has shown no restraint in publishing information that aids the enemy in the War on Terror, you might think that they’ve got it coming. While I’m no fan of the Times, it is important to consider what effect this will have on the free press in the long run.

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Rip it Good. RipIt4Me

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Iraq tribe says it kills 55 al-Qaeda fighters

RAMADI, Iraq, Nov 26 (Reuters) – The head of a tribal council in Iraq’s western province of Anbar said on Sunday that tribesmen had killed 55 al Qaeda fighters in a battle on Saturday, but the U.S. military could not confirm the figures.

The death toll, if confirmed, would mark an unusually fierce clash with insurgents in a province where U.S. forces regularly battle foreign fighters they say are linked to al Qaeda and other Sunni insurgents.

The U.S. military said in a statement it launched air strikes and fired artillery to help a tribe in the town of Sofia after an attack by al Qaeda.

“Al Qaeda burned homes and killed members of the tribe using small arms fire and mortars,” the military said in a statement. It gave no casualty figures.

Sattar al-Buzayi, head of the Anbar Salvation Council, an umbrella group of tribes in Anbar, a vast Sunni province in the west of Iraq, said tribal fighters had raided an al Qaeda stronghold and killed 55 militants and arrested 25. He said nine tribal fighters were killed in the clash.


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Stellarium: put a planetarium on your desktop!


Stellarium “is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what


you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.”

File this under “very cool”. Available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows, too!


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Michael Irvin joins Jimmy the Greek, Al Campanis, and Kramer in the ‘Stupid Remarks’ Hall Of Fame

And there’s still no comment from ESPN…


Four games ago, Tony Romo was a nondescript backup who’d never started a game. Now fans are hanging his name in the Cowboys Ring of Honor next to deities such as Dorsett, Hayes and the aforementioned Dr. Irvin.

How did a fourth-year nobody from Eastern Illinois become a pro sensation?

“I just try to execute,” he said.

Today, one of those developments comes to fruition — everyone’s free upload space has been increased 60x from 50mb to 3,000mb. To get the same amount of space at our nearest competitor, Typepad, you’d pay at least $300 a year. Blogger only gives you 1GB. We’re doing the same thing for free.

images.jpgThat’s the kind of nice, modest explanation you’ve heard countless times. Then there is Irvin’s explanation, which you probably haven’t heard once.

“Somewhere there are some brothers. . . . (Maybe) his great, great, great, great Grandma ran over in the hood or something went down.”

That’s what Irvin said Monday on the Dan Patrick radio show. The host then asked Irvin if having black ancestry was the only way to be a great athlete.

“No, that’s not the only way, but it’s certainly one way. Great, great, great, great Grandma pulled one of them studs up outta the barn.”

It should be noted that Irvin was cackling throughout. It should also be noted that doesn’t matter.

Some things you just can’t joke about in this day and age. At least you can’t if you’re, let’s be honest here, the color of Romo’s great, great, great, great Grandma.

Jimmy the Greek, Al Campanis, you know what happened to them when they offered their views on genealogy. Michael Richards went Klansman at a comedy club last week and his diatribe was a YouTube sensation almost before he got offstage.


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One Mosque Burned in Hurriya (Not 4 as reported by Green Zone Media)


BAGHDAD. €” Contrary to recent media reporting that four mosques were burned in Hurriya, an Iraqi Army patrol investigating the area found only one mosque had been burned in the neighborhood.

Soldiers from the 6th Iraqi Army Division conducted a patrol in Hurriya Friday afternoon in response to media reports that four mosques were being burned as retaliation for the VBIED attacks in Sadr City on Thursday.

The Soldiers set up a checkpoint near the Al Muhaimen mosque at approximately 2 p.m. and found the mosque intact with no evidence of any fire at the location.

While investigating the Al Meshaheda mosque, the patrol received small arms fire from unknown insurgents. The patrol returned fire, and the insurgents broke contact and fled the area. A subsequent check of the mosque found the mosque intact with no evidence of a fire….

An alleged attack on a fourth mosque remains unconfirmed.

The patrol was also unable to confirm media reports that six Sunni civilians were allegedly dragged out of Friday prayers and burned to death. Neither Baghdad police nor Coalition forces have reports of any such incident.


I’m glad to see the military get their side of the story out. There have been reports that some of the major media operating from the Green Zone in Bagdad are simply relying on stringers, some with insurgent ties, to report the news.
No one questions that Iraq is a dangerous place. But, if these Green Zone Reporters are not going to report the news, they should not be using questionable and unreliable sources for the reports which go out on their letterhead. It is more than the just credibility of the media that is at stake.  Read more at the MNF Website

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China’s Communist Party gets a taste for the blogging craze

Around 20 officials from a town in eastern China have set up their own blogs after being encouraged by a local Communist Party leader, state media said…..

However, the Chinese journalists noticed that visitors to the site are not allowed to post their comments immediately, a fact the town’s computer department explains is simply a technical issue.

While the Communist government considers the Internet a useful tool in the economic development of the country, it also clamps down on any political opposition that appears there. Several blogs are regularly shut down by the authorities.

Reporters Without Borders said recently that “in a country where you can spend ten years in prison for some messages posted on the net, writing a political blog under your own name is a high risk activity.”


those of us who blog under a fictitious name understand the need for anonymity. However, the stakes are much higher when it is your life and welfare that are at risk….nuke.

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City said to be terrorist breeding ground


TETOUAN, Morocco, Nov. 25 (UPI) — A Moroccan seaport 3,000 miles from Iraq has become one of the world’s most fertile recruiting grounds for jihadists, U.S. officials say.

In the past eight months a group of young men, all worshippers at the same mosque, have left their homes in Tetouan, a few miles from the Strait of Gibraltar, to become suicide bombers in Iraq, The Daily Telegraph of London reports.

U.S. intelligence traced at least nine of the men responsible for recent suicide missions in and around Baghdad to Tetouan and its surrounding area, the newspaper said.

Local reports suggest another 21 individuals have left the area to seek martyrdom, following in the footsteps of five other men from Tetouan who blew themselves up in the Madrid suburb of Leganes when cornered by police in April 2004. Police believed they played a part in the train bombings in the Spanish capital in March 2004.

The young men, all in their 20s, became disillusioned with the daily struggle to earn, their families say.


Well, that makes sense. Tired of struggling to pay your bills? Here’s a permanent solution: Blow yourself up.

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