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[dicussing an Obama sign in a neighbours lawn}

I definitely wouldn't be waving at them anymore after seeing that sign!

Anyway, whenever I hear the left try to say voting for McCain means a third term for GWB tell them voting for Obama means a second term for Jimmy Carter. I think the American people would take a third GWB term over a second Jimmy Carter term anyday!

mbtcforJesus, Rapture Ready 70 Comments [9/28/2008 12:56:51 AM]
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jc

you are a tool

9/28/2008 1:03:25 AM

Old Viking

No. Jimmy was a well-meaning doofus. Bush is a moron. There's a big difference. And being a prisoner of war does not prevent senility nor qualify you to run a country.

9/28/2008 1:03:31 AM

484

"I think the American people would take a third GWB term over a second Jimmy Carter term anyday! "

Nope

9/28/2008 1:12:15 AM

Mortok

As always, I look forward to the destruction of your precious America.

9/28/2008 1:19:52 AM

Booley

if we had kept Jimmy carter instead of reagan, we would have had alternative energy by now.

Really, are republicans really that unaware of how much they have sucked these last 3 decades?

9/28/2008 1:25:32 AM

Amanda

I don't know anything about Jimmy Carter, but I seriously doubt if anyone would prefer a third GWB term over...well, anything.

9/28/2008 1:25:36 AM

Ozzie

You are not going to be neighborly because of a sign? Your an idiot.

At least Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton have done something with their lives after their presidency was over. Habitat For Humanity and the Global Initiative (sp?) among other things.

What did Reagan and Ford do and what has Bush I done? Really, I'm not being sarcastic. It doesn't seem to me that the Republican presidents do alot in their retirement,for the good of the country, nothing that the media cares to cover anyway. I could be wrong though? Anyone?

(I know the Betty Ford clinic, but that was his wife)


9/28/2008 1:26:23 AM

Dr. Funkenstein

"I think the American people would take a third GWB term over a second Jimmy Carter term anyday!"

If by "the American people" you mean the handful of Republicans who still support W, then you'd be right.

9/28/2008 1:46:42 AM

DarkfireTaimatsu

Ever heard the saying "love thy neighbours"?

9/28/2008 1:46:53 AM

afacelessatheist

Fuck no, I wouldn't.

9/28/2008 1:53:38 AM

Saika

I'd rather have a Hamster for prez. Or, rather, I would if I lived in the US. Heck, as a Canadian I'd STILL rather have a hamster for prez.

9/28/2008 1:58:02 AM

Syb

Spoken by somebody who probably barely remembers anything that Carter actually achieved. Let's see, who should we emulate--the formerly-drunken frat boy with no command of the English language, or the guy who made Habitat for Humanity famous and won the Nobel Peace Prize?

Gimme Carter any day of the week.

9/28/2008 2:01:58 AM

John

Jimmie Carter presided during an unprecedented economic disaster during which the prime rate shot from 6 1/2% to almost 20%. How much was his doing, and how much of the eventual decline was Reagan's doing is open to question. The rates didn't come down into single digits until Reagan's second term. He also presided over the Iran hostage crisis, which he failed miserably to solve; although again, Reagan had nothing to do with the eventual resolution.

There's no question that Carter was a weak and ineffectual president, just as Bush is a swaggering and ineffectual president. But there's no connection between his policies and those promoted by Obama, other than the same party affiliation.

9/28/2008 2:02:10 AM

jimboaw

lemmings spring to mind

9/28/2008 2:02:20 AM

Fdragon

Not old enough to remember Carter, however, I saw first hand how badly Bush srewed us, so...

9/28/2008 2:18:01 AM

anonymous_troy

Jimmy Carter?

The guy who started the energy / oil thing and put solar panels [not PVs, but hot water solar is better than nothing] on the White House?

Yeah I'd want another term of that.

9/28/2008 2:19:59 AM

Mister Spak

A man who served his country operating a nuclear reactor vs a wartime deserter who can't even pronounce nuclear reactor. Which would make a better president?

If you've been watching for the past 8 years you know the answer to *that* question.

9/28/2008 2:29:50 AM

GreenEyedLilo

Of course, Jimmy Carter was an evangelical Christian who admitted to feeling bad because he'd "lusted in his heart" for a woman who wasn't his wife.

9/28/2008 2:35:05 AM

Horsefeathers

"I think the American people would take a third GWB term over a second Jimmy Carter term anyday!"

Jimmy Carter: Created the Department of Energy and the Department of Education; established a national energy policy that included conservation and new technology; reduced dependency on foreign oil by 50%; pursued the Panama Canal Treaties and a second round of Strategic Arms Limitations Talks; strengthened human rights and negotiated peace between Israel and Egypt among other accomplishments.

Is it really necessary to list all of Bush's "achievements" against Carter's?

9/28/2008 2:43:25 AM

RavenWood

Bush is a moron. I'd rather vote for the sad, dirty mop in those stupid Swiffer T.V. ads.

9/28/2008 2:47:45 AM

shriekback

Ok, the 12 or so mental patients in America who still like Bush =/= the American people, numbnuts

9/28/2008 2:50:43 AM



Wrong!!! Carter was an honest, caring, and well-meaning, if inept President. I have seen nothing to suggest that honesty, trying to help his country (except the rich bigtime GOP contributors, his war-profiteer budies, and the big oilmasters that have bought him), or real concern for his country's effect on world peace have ever crossed that selfish oaf Bush's limited brain. He is agreedy ratbastard who has sacrificed his country's economy and well-being for his even greedier friends and contributors.

9/28/2008 2:57:47 AM

thejebusfire

[I definitely wouldn't be waving at them anymore after seeing that sign! ]

Just becauase they support a diffrent political canidate than you does not mean you can still be polite to them.

[Anyway, whenever I hear the left try to say voting for McCain means a third term for GWB tell them voting for Obama means a second term for Jimmy Carter. ]

Carter may have not been very bright himself, but he was sure a hell of a lot better than Bush. Atleast Carter was honest.

[ I think the American people would take a third GWB term over a second Jimmy Carter term anyday! ]

Actually, this American would like a president thats not a total moron for once.
What we need is good president, like what Ben Franklin or FDR were.

9/28/2008 2:59:24 AM

G Zimmer

You sad, sad creature. Is your purpose in life little more than to divide people between good/bad, Christian/Unchristian, McCain/Obama?

I guarantee I'm even more left than Obama. I have friends who are voting for McCain. This does not bother me in the least.

9/28/2008 3:03:43 AM

kingoftheheavies

I definitely wouldn't be waving at them anymore after seeing that sign!

How unfortunate for them to be saddled with the likes of you for a neighbor.

9/28/2008 3:09:40 AM
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