Monday, December 18, 2006


One thing you can say about Dhimmi Carter, he sure is predictable. And there he goes again:

Carter, 82, was met by a crowd of protesters as he appeared at a book store in suburban Tempe to autograph copies of the book. He said he chose the title to shine light on the festering conflict and give Americans a different point of view than what they're used to. "I wanted to provoke debate," Carter said. "I wanted to provoke discussion."

But when offered a chance to debate Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz at Brandeis University in liberal, Democratic Boston, Carter demurred:
Carter, author of a new book advocating “peace not apartheid” in the region, said he will not visit Brandeis University to discuss the book because the university requested he debate Dershowitz.

The effort to bring Carter to Brandeis began in November when computer science professor and Faculty Senate chairman Harry Mairson wrote to Carter asking whether he would be interested in talking at the university. "I thought it would be a good idea to go to a campus that had a lot of Jewish students and get a lot questions," Carter said. Brandeis, located in Waltham, was founded in 1948 as a nonsectarian university under the sponsorship of the American Jewish community.

Isn't it obvious that Carter is nothing more than a coward and a liar?
"President Carter said he wrote the book because he wanted to encourage more debate; then why won't he debate?" said Dershowitz.
Carter won't debate because such an open platform would expose his Jew-hating, genocide-enabling screed for the vile poison it is.

As the Boston Herald begins an editorial...
Jimmy Carter has written a dreadful book about Palestine and turned himself into the next thing to a shill for terrorists.
The former president gets a hearing because he won the Nobel Peace Prize for arranging the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. He has now shown that his views are unworthy of respect.
At least Dhimmi Carter is out in the open now. We are aware of the huge amounts of money --many millions of dollars-- his foundation has received from the Saudi royal family, 10 of Osama Bin Laden's brothers, the United Arab Emirates, the Sultan of Oman, and other similar sources. It's just too bad that the Democrats succeeded in keeping his anti-Semitic, anti-American screed out of the news before last month's elections.

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