CBS's Scott Pelley In a segment on the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, Clinton was asked, point blank, if she would pledge, as presidential candidate Jimmy Carter did, to tell the truth (as well as whether or not she has ever told a lie). Show More Summary
Roger Mudd moment, in this context, refers to Mudd’s August 1979 interview with Ted Kennedy that blasted his challenge to Jimmy Carter before it even began. Carter it will be remembered had a very bad term; by the summer of ‘79 every Democrat not on the White House payroll looked to Kennedy as the savior. Show More Summary
Former president Jimmy Carter joked with his former vice president Walter Mondale in a Washington hotel ballroom Tuesday evening, as the two pondered the state of global human rights, the importance of diplomacy and a historic partnership that reshaped the presidency. Carter, 90, joined Mondale, 87, for an informal chat during a "Celebrating Fritz" dinner […]
When Ronald Reagan announced in November 1994 he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, even some of his most ardent political opponents paused to wish him well. It was the
Forty-one years ago, Jimmy Carter, then governor of Georgia, delivered an extemporaneous address that established his credentials as a politician who was willing to tell the truth, even to powerful and moneyed interests - a speech that, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United decision,...
GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz's book, "A Time for Truth" was listed behind former president Jimmy Carter's book "A Full Life" on The...
Hurray, President Jimmy Carter, that commu-sexual Marxo-lesbian oldster who used to be president, and who is famously involved with the Southern Baptist church, even if he’s pretty pissed at those lady-hatin’ fools on a regular basis,...Show More Summary
From the man who brought you malaise, now an even more depressingly negative view of America... On today's Morning Joe, Jimmy Carter declared that America is in "inevitable decline." But no finger-pointing at President Obama, please:...Show More Summary
Lots of us thought, seven years ago, that it would be a toss-up for “worst president” between Barack and Jimmy Carter. Turns out it’s not even close. Not only has Barack wrecked the economy, even Jimmy Carter is forced to admit he’s wrecked international relations. Show More Summary
Still laughing about this one: “On the world stage, I think [Obama’s accomplishments] have been minimal,” Carter said. “I think he has done some good things domestically, like health reform and so forth. But on the world stage, just to be objective about it, I can’t think of many nations in the world where we […]
“Carter told an Aspen Institute audience that Obama’s accomplishments on foreign policy “have been minimal” and that the United States’ influence is “lower than it was six or seven years ago.””.....................................................................
Friday on MSNBC's "Ronan Farrow Daily," former President Jimmy Carter criticized Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for saying President Barack Obama is even a worst president than he was. "That's a compliment to come from a warmonger," Carter said. Show More Summary
Now, even Jimmy Carter is sounding more hawkish than President Obama, and says we should have gone after ISIS sooner. “First of all, we waited too long,” Carter said Tuesday. “We let the Islamic state build up its money, capability and strength and weapons while it was still in Syria. Then when [ISIS] moved into [...]
As President Obama prepares to address the nation this evening, Americans with some grey in their hair have seen this movie before. In May 1977, President Jimmy Carter gave a speech at Notre Dame rejecting what he termed the "inordinate...Show More Summary
Never thought I'd say that.
SUBSTANTIALLY BETTER THAN OBAMA’S: Gallup: George W. Bush’s Favorability Rating at 53 Percent. Well, Obama’s making everybody look better in retrospect. Even Jimmy Carter.
Back in 2008, even those who refrained from drinking the Kool-Aid had no idea how bad it would be. Some said electing Barack Obama would be like giving the disastrous Jimmy Carter a second term. But Obama is no Jimmy Carter. Under Carter, the Russians only invaded the ungovernable wasteland of Afghanistan. Show More Summary
On Monday evening, former President Bill Clinton tweeted a Presidents Day message for U.S. Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush and Jimmy Carter. While he wished all four a Happy Presidents Day, he playfully reprimanded W. Show More Summary
In response to Obama's Imperial Presidency: Just what America really needed: a fusion of Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon. You know, I hate to sound cynical, but I don't see how even a Supreme Court smackdown over NLRB appointments is going to "check" Obama's abuse of executive authority. Show More Summary
Somehow, we are thinking that it can't be easier to get an ID in South Africa than it is here in Amerikkka: All of this gets even funnier when you remember that the Federal Election Commission chaired by none other than Jimmy Carter (that noted Republican racist... Show More Summary