Carter Honored by Palestinian Authority

Rick Moran
Former President Jimmy "Peanut Brain" Carter was honored by the Palestinian Authority for his efforts to ... not quite sure why he was honored but the award is called, appropriately enough, the " Palestine International Award for Excellence and Creativity."

No doubt Carter deserves such an award for the excellence with which he usually botches things up and the creative ways in which he justifies and excuses terror.

He didn't disappoint in either respect. According to this AP dispatch. Carter is quoted as saying, "I have been in love with the Palestinian people for many years," and he pledged his "assistance, as long as I live, to win your freedom, your independence, your sovereignty and a good life."

The Palestinians hear that and are encouraged to believe that the "good life" they wish to live does not include any of those pesky Jews hanging around the neighborhood. Carter is too stupid to see that which is why he routinely says eye-popping stuff like ""I have two great-grandsons that are rapidly learning about the people here and the anguish and suffering and deprivation of human rights that you have experienced ever since 1948."

Carter and the Palestinians deserve each other; two failed entities who live in a world of fantasy and hate.

Former President Jimmy "Peanut Brain" Carter was honored by the Palestinian Authority for his efforts to ... not quite sure why he was honored but the award is called, appropriately enough, the " Palestine International Award for Excellence and Creativity."

No doubt Carter deserves such an award for the excellence with which he usually botches things up and the creative ways in which he justifies and excuses terror.

He didn't disappoint in either respect. According to this AP dispatch. Carter is quoted as saying, "I have been in love with the Palestinian people for many years," and he pledged his "assistance, as long as I live, to win your freedom, your independence, your sovereignty and a good life."

The Palestinians hear that and are encouraged to believe that the "good life" they wish to live does not include any of those pesky Jews hanging around the neighborhood. Carter is too stupid to see that which is why he routinely says eye-popping stuff like ""I have two great-grandsons that are rapidly learning about the people here and the anguish and suffering and deprivation of human rights that you have experienced ever since 1948."

Carter and the Palestinians deserve each other; two failed entities who live in a world of fantasy and hate.