This installment focuses on Jimmy Carter who is now the second worst president in American history.
Â Jimmy Carter 1977 to 1981
During his campaign for president Jimmy Carter falsely claimed to be a â€śnuclear physicist.â€ť 
By far the worst president in our history may be Jimmy Carter. Only the presence of Barack Obama in the mix keeps Carter from nailing this title down.Â Â Â Â Â
Carter has always been a big fan of dictators. Although (fortunately) he is the only president in history who served at least one full term without having the opportunity to appoint a Supreme Court Justice he has the distinction of having given the world some of its worst dictators, thugs and anti-American criminal regimes.Â
â€śFuck the Shah!â€ť
In 1979 as the Islamists under the Ayatollah Khomeini were circling around him, the Shah of Iran asked Carter for permission to come to America to live out his final days and die peacefully of the cancer eating up his body. Although Iran under the Shah had been a longtime ally of America, that meant nothing to Carter.Â Carterâ€™s response to the Shah Americaâ€™s good friend, â€śFuck the Shahâ€ť which besides providing our enemies with a fresh example of America abandoning our friends, turned out to be no more than an empty threat since the Shah was eventually allowed in anyway by Carter himself.Â  Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
Iran in 1979
Democrat Carterâ€™s failure to recognize the dangers of helping to get rid of the Shah paved the way for the kidnapping of 53 Americans who were held hostage in the American embassy in Tehran. The Islamist thugs who held them were not afraid of Carter. As so many Democrat presidents before him and since, they knew he was a weak coward who would do nothing but blink and gulp when they stared him down. The hostages were held for 444 days until January 20, 1981 when Ronald Reagan was sworn as our 40th President. The Islamists sized Reagan up as no feckless Democrat: they freed our people at almost the very moment Reagan came into office.Â
Jimmy Carter: The Worst Ex-President in History
The attraction Jimmy Carter has always felt toward the weird and anti-American has been right before our eyes and easy to see. It surfaced even before his election. In September 1976 at San Franciscoâ€™s Stanford Court Hotel, Carterâ€™s wife Rosalyn met privately with Democrat activist Reverend James Warren â€śJimâ€ť Jones, a cult leader who would go on to murder 900 people including a Democrat Congressman from San Francisco in Guyana South America. At the opening of Democrat headquarters in San Francisco, Jones filled the seats with his â€śPeopleâ€™s Templeâ€ť members.Â
As an aside, Willie Brown, a Democrat whose own personal life makes him a rather typical Democrat, called Jones, “a combination of Martin King, Angela Davis, Albert Einstein, and Chairman Mao.”Â 
Jones also met with Carterâ€™s Vice President Walter Mondale when they were campaigning in 1976.
In March 2011 Carter responded to an invitation to visit Cuba, the Castro brothersâ€™ island prison. Carter described his visit as a wild eyed 60s radical would have. â€śWe greeted each other as old friends,â€ť he said referring to his dear friend Fidel. Â Â Â Â
Not to be outdone, Fidel returned the praise saying, â€śIn 2002, we received him warmly. Now, I reiterated to him our respect and esteem.â€ť Raul Castro, Fidelâ€™s malignant little brother chimed in as well, â€śJimmy Carter was the best of all U.S. presidents.â€ť
Why the all the bromance?
Carter has always been an outspoken critic of Kennedyâ€™s embargo on Cuba characterizing it as, â€śâ€¦.the stupidest law ever passed in the U.S.â€ť 
What makes his position so typical of the hypocrisy of Democrats is that as president, Carter was â€śMr. Sanctionsâ€ť. He put economic sanctions on seven nations. All of them were allies at the time.Â
Carter on North Korea:
To him Kim Il-Sung was, “vigorous, intelligent, surprisingly well-informed about the technical issues, and in charge of the decisions about this country,” adding “I don’t see that [the North Koreans] are an outlaw nation.”
When equating Nicolai Ceausescu of Romania to himself he said, “Our goals are the same: to have a just system of economics and politics . . . We believe in enhancing human rights.” The people of Romania obviously disagreed with Carter because they put Ceausescu and his wife up against a wall and executed them on December 22, 1989. Â
Yasser Arafat, who died of AIDS in Paris where he was busy spending the money saps like Carter helped him amass, was honored by Carter during his life and after his death as a fellow foaming at the mouth hater of Israel. Traveling to Ramallah to kiss Arafatâ€™s rear one more time in 2008, Carter said, â€śYasser Arafat fought for the advancement of the Palestinians and other just causes in the world.â€ť 
Jimmy Carter wrote speeches for Yasir Arafat.
Douglas Brinkleyâ€™s book about Carterâ€™s post White House years, The Unfinished Presidency tells of Carter serving as a speech writer for Yasir Arafat.Â Brinkley wrote â€śOn May 24 Carter drafted on his home computer the strategy and wording for a generic speech Arafat was to deliver soon for Western ears . . .â€ť Said Carter, â€śThe audience is not the Security Council, but the world community. The objective of the speech should be to secure maximum sympathy and support of other world leaders … The Likud leaders are now on the defensive, and must not be given any excuse for continuing their present abusive policies.â€ť
Â Carter went on:
â€śA good opening would be to outline the key points of the Save the Children report. … Then ask: â€śWhat would you do, if these were your children and grandchildren? As the Palestinian leader, I share the responsibility for them. Our response has been to urge peace talks, but the Israeli leaders have refused, and our children continue to suffer. Our people, who face Israeli bullets, have no weapons: only a few stones remaining when our homes are destroyed by the Israeli bulldozers.â€ť . . . Then repeat: â€śWhat would you do, if these were your children and grandchildren?â€ť . . . This exact litany should be repeated with a few other personal examples.â€ť 
As an elected Democrat, Carter knows all about voter fraud. Carter obviously helped Hugo Chavez steal his 2003 â€śelectionâ€ť with tried and true Democrat/Marxist formulas for voter fraud. At the time Chavez was facing a recall election and behind 2 to 1. Because they feared cheating by Chavez his opposition called for â€śimpartialâ€ť monitors. In response the thug strong man appointed his pal Jimmy Carter as the chief â€śfoxâ€ť to guard the hen house.Â The result? In spite of two polls showing a 2 to 1 margin against Chavez, surprise, surprise, surprise and chazzan! Jimmyâ€™s BFF Hugo won by a 58/42 margin!Â Â Â Â
Yes, Jimmy Carter gave us Hugo Chavez. An honest 40 point swing is a statistical impossibility, but as a Democrat little things like honest elections never bother the likes of Jimmy Carter.Â  
Carterâ€™s Nobel Peace Prize
One of Carterâ€™s more despicable stunts was his acceptance of a Nobel â€śPeaceâ€ť Prize for accomplishing nothing but being a typical feckless Democrat willing to help America haters make a point. He accepted the â€śprizeâ€ť to help belittle George W. Bush.
This was confirmed by Norwegian Gunnar Berge, the Nobel Committee chairman who, knowing the type of publicity whore Cater is, did not feel he would be embarrassing Democrat Carter by stated the obvious and saying, “It is clear that with the position that Carter has adopted in the question of Iraq, [giving Carter the prize] must be seen as a criticism of the policy that the current US administration has adopted in relation to Iraq.” Â
“My answer is, simply, yes,” was the answer from another Nobel official asked directly if it was a snub of President George Bush,Â 
Carterâ€™s malaise speech and misery index
Emblematic of the hangdog â€śWoe is me,â€ť attitude Carter governed by is his famous Malaise speech. At the height of his manifestly failed presidency Carter addressed the nation on July 15, 1979. The dour Carter whose speech became known as his â€śMalaise speechâ€ť offered a litany of reasons for pessimism that suggested the fault for our miserable economy belonged to the American people not Jimmy Carter. Referring to the sad state of governance in America during the last years of the 1970â€™s Carter said, â€śâ€¦.You often see a balanced and a fair approach that demands sacrifice, a little sacrifice from everyone, abandoned like an orphan without support and without friends.â€ť
Americans knew the major reason for the need to â€śsacrificeâ€ť was traceable directly back to Carter. It is; therefore, fair to say Carter lost any chance of the kind of easy re-election an immediate post -Watergate Democrat should have had after his â€śMalaise speech.â€ťÂ The â€śmalaiseâ€ť Americans felt was real and they knew it was caused by Carter. 
The Misery Index, where Carter is still the king
The Misery Index is derived by combining the unemployment rate with the rate of inflation.Â
While campaigning for President in 1976, Carter made a point of attacking Gerald Ford over his â€śMisery Indexâ€ť which soared to 13.57%. Carter smugly commented â€śâ€¦no man responsible for giving a country a misery index that high had a right to ask to be President.â€ťÂ By 1980, Carterâ€™s Misery Index was at 21.98% – an all-time record high. 
Jimmy Carter was elected in 1976 as a backlash against Republicans for the crimes of Richard Nixon. The American people thought electing a fresh faced small southern state governor like Carter of Georgia would make â€śit all just go away.â€ť
Of course nothing of the sort happened. Carter was at first affable enough. Then he became an uncomfortable presence. Then he showed himself to be starkly incompetent.Â Finally Jimmy Carter became an embarrassing thorn in our side that demanded removal at the first possible moment. That moment came in 1980 when he was defeated by Ronald Reagan.
Here is how the sense that Carterâ€™s election was a big mistake grew. During his first year in office, 1977 Carter immediately began to generate buyerâ€™s remorse.
Â January 21: one day after he took office Carter pardoned Viet Nam War draft dodgers who became a major Democrat voting bloc.Â
August 4: Carter signed legislation creating the U.S. Department of Energy which has done nothing to see to the expansion of our energy supply but has sat and watched as prices for oil and other fuels have skyrocketed.
September 7: Carter gave away the Panama Canal which is now effectively run by Hutchinson Whampoa Ltd. a corporation controlled by the Chinese Communists.
September 19 â€“ Under pressure from Carter, the wheels were set in motion that resulted in the victory of the Castro backed Sandinistas in Nicaragua. During Somozaâ€™s effort to fight off the Communist insurgents, Carter first revealed himself as an enemy of Israel and freedom by forcing the Jewish state to end arms shipments to Somoza. At the time Nicaragua was an ally. When Somoza was denied entry to the United States, he flew to Asuncion Paraguay where he was eventually assassinated. Â Â
In 1978 Carter opposed The Briggs Initiative, a Republican sponsored California ballot initiative which would have banned openly gay teachers from teaching in Californiaâ€™s public schools. 
1979: April 1 The people of Iran â€śfreely decidedâ€ť by a 98/2 margin to overthrow the Shah and become an Islamic theocracy.Â Eight months later Islamic thugs stormed the American embassy and took 52 hostages. 
April 20 Carter was attacked by a rabbit near his home in Plains George. For those under fifty, yes this really happened. 
June 18 Carter signed the meaningless SALT II agreement to restrict nuclear weapons.Â 
In his book â€śDupes: How Americaâ€™s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Centuryâ€ťÂ Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College, wrote that when the Soviet Communists invaded Afghanistan just six months later, Carter was stunned. The naĂŻve dope thought that since he and Leonid Brezhnev the head Commie had hugged and kissed and talked of â€śpeaceâ€ť Brezhnev would behave like an honorable man.Â 
July 3: Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. 
November 14: Carter issued an Executive Order, freezing all Iranian assets in the United States and U.S. banks in response to the hostage crisis. 
Carterâ€™s pardons and clemencies
At Christmas time 1979 Carter ordered the release of Dolores “Lolita” LebrĂłn Sotomayor, a Puerto Rican nationalist who joined in the famous 1954 shooting assault at the United States House of Representatives wounding five Congressmen. 
Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary was pardoned in January 1981 as the Carter administration was coming to an end.
Peter Yarrow was and is a long time liberal Democrat activist who is married to former Democrat presidential candidate Eugene McCarthyâ€™s niece. In 1969 Yarrow invited a 14 year old girl and her 17 year old sister to his Washington DC hotel room. At some point Yarrow allowed the 14 year old to manually manipulate him to orgasm.
Yarrow was arrested and convicted of his crime and sentenced to three months in jail (but not before a judge allowed him to report AFTER Thanksgiving to be with his family â€“ see what being a good little liberal Democrat can get you?).
Because they are morally depraved themselves, notable Democrats like Martin â€śFrosty the Taxmanâ€ť Frost and John â€śLurchâ€ť Kerry had Yarrow actively campaign for them.Â Yarrow even performed at Kerryâ€™s wedding to Teresa Heinz in 1995.Â Being arrested and sent to jail for taking sexual advantage of a 14 year old girl is a badge of honor to Democrats as weâ€™ll see in a later section. 
Carter screwed up Americaâ€™s energy industry and had told us the worldâ€™s oil supply would â€śrun out by 1984.â€ť He installed wood burning stoves and solar panels in the White House and actually asked Americans NOT to use Christmas lights to save energy. How very Democrat! Â Â
In his book: “In the President’s Secret Service: Behind the Scenes With Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect,” author Ronald Kessler gave us an insiderâ€™s view of the real Jimmy Carter.
Hereâ€™s some of what Carterâ€™s Secret Service agents told Kessler about Jimmy Carter.
“Inside the White House, Carter treated with contempt the little people who helped and protected him,” and told agents not to look at him or speak to him â€” even to say hello ..â€ť
“At the same time, Carter tried to project an image of himself as man of the people by carrying his own luggage when traveling. But that was often for show. When he was a candidate in 1976, Carter would carry his own bags when the press was around but ask the Secret Service to carry them the rest of the time.”
Carter put us in constant danger of being powerless to counter a nuclear strike because he insisted the military aide carrying the â€śnuclear footballâ€ť be no closer to him than a 15 minute drive. The window for a counter strike was said to be just 20 minutes.
Carter was a hypocrite about alcohol around the White House. He first had all the booze removed and ordered no alcohol be served at state dinners. Nevertheless, he and Rosalyn drank Blood Marys before going to church on the first Sunday they were in the White House.Â
As the Carter administration drew to a close, Carter and his staff became more paranoid. They believed that people were stealing things and eavesdropping on his conversations in the Oval Office.
Before going on a fishing trip in Georgia one morning, Carter accused a Secret Service agent of stealing fried chicken his stewards had prepared for him. In fact, White House aides Jody Powell and Hamilton Jordan had eaten the chicken.
The Carters never really understood the Secret Service’s role, Kessler asserts.
He reveals that Carter told the Secret Service that Rosalynn objected to agents and uniformed officers being armed inside the White House. Rosalynn said guns made the Carters’ daughter Amy, “uncomfortable.” Agents explained that in the event of an attack, they would be useless if they were not armed. The president relented.
After leaving the White House, Carter made a show that he was going to save the taxpayers’ money by not keeping the Secret Service. But he soon brought agents back when he discovered that having federal agents along got him express service at airports and the like.
Carterâ€™s oddities continued after he left office, Kessler reports. Carter occasionally stayed in the townhouse the General Services Administration maintains for former presidents in Washington. Photos of former presidents adorn the walls of the townhouse.
GSA managers found that when Carter stayed at the townhouse, he would take down the photos of Republican presidents Ford and Nixon and put up a half-dozen large photos of himself.
“He didn’t like them [Ford and Nixon] looking down at him,” GSA manager Lucille Price told Kessler.
“We would find out he would put photos of himself up,” and then “take the photos of himself back with him.” 
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