Friday, September 18, 2009

Who You Callin' A Racist, Jimmuh?

I know I'm a bit late to this, but class is out for the week and I couldn't resist posting this.

As you all know, the hateful Peanut Patch man came out to insult white Americans, and other than Jews, whitie is the only block that remains safe to slander without repercussions. Carter regularly lambasts both.

Well, I'd like to know exactly who Jimmuh, the second worse president in U.S. history, gets off calling anyone a racist!

From this source:

Readers should refer to Stephen Hayward's The Real Jimmy Carter if they want a taste of the out-and-out racism that Carter employed in order to defeat moderate former Gov. Carl Sanders for the Democratic nomination that year. As Hayward's book points out:
Carter's top campaign staffers were spotted distributing grainy photographs of Sanders arm-in-arm celebrating with two black men. Sanders was a part-owner of the Atlanta Hawks, and in the photograph he was celebrating a victory with two players who were pouring champagne over his head. Carter's leaflet was intended to depress Sanders's white vote.
"The Carter campaign also produced a leaflet noting that Sanders had paid tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr."
Carter criticized Sanders, a former governor, for preventing Alabama Gov. and notorious segregationist George Wallace from speaking on Georgia state property. "I don't think it was right for Governor Sanders to try to please a group of ultra-liberals, particularly those in Washington, when it means stifling communication with another state," said Carter.
"'I have no trouble pitching for Wallace votes and black votes at the same time,' Carter told a reporter. Carter also said to another reporter, 'I can win this election without a single black vote.'"
Upon receiving the endorsement of former Democratic Gov. Lester Maddox, Carter responded by praising the life-long segregationist: "He has brought a standard of forthright expression and personal honesty to the governor's office, and I hope to live up to his standard." Maddox had not only
refused to serve blacks in the restaurant he once owned, but he had also greeted civil rights protestors with a gun, and made sticks available to his white customers with which to intimidate them.
"The campaign paid for radio ads for a fringe black candidate, C.B. King, in an effort to siphon black votes away from Sanders."
"Then there was the radio commercial in which Carter said he would never be the tool of any 'block' vote, slurring over the word 'block' so that it could be mistaken for 'black.'

I am so sick of the race card, and even more so of the hypocrisy of those playing it.

STFU, Jimmy. Go put on a sweater. No one wants to hear anything you have to say.

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