Former President Jimmy Carter is coming out to attack President Obama’s policies in the Middle East. “We waited too long.
Now the most famous peanut farmer of all weighs in on President Obama’s ISIS/ISIL/Islamic State strategy: “[Former President Jimmy] Carter said it was hard to figure out exactly what President Obama’s policy is in the Middle East. “It changes from time to time,” Carter said. “I noticed that two of his secretaries of defense, after [Read more...]
AUSTIN BAY: Obama In Historical Perspective. UPDATE: It’s come to this: Jimmy Carter is criticizing Obama for weakness over ISIS.
(John Hinderaker) When Jimmy Carter starts criticizing your foreign policy as weak and indecisive, you are getting to the bottom of the barrel. Jimmy unloaded on Barack Obama yesterday: Former President Jimmy Carter is criticizing President...Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter is critical of current President Barack Obama's approach to dealing with the Islamic State (ISIS). Although long known as a promoter of peace, Carter believes America should've been more hawkish and quicker...Show More Summary
Former president Jimmy Carter doesn't exactly approve of President Obama's handling of the situation in the Middle East, reported the Star-Telegram in Fort Worth, Texas, in an interview published Tuesday. Carter, whose foreign policy...Show More Summary
Republican Georgia Governor Nathan Deal faced off against State Senator Jason Carter at the Reaves Arena in Perry on Tuesday. The 72-year old Deal slammed Carter, 39, for being too “young and inexperienced” for the job of governor. “You’ve...Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter slammed President Barack Obama on Tuesday for his early inaction in combating the Islamic State (ISIS) terror network. "We waited too long," Carter told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "We let the Islamic State build up its money, capability and strength and weapons while it was still in Syria. Show More Summary
"[W]e waited too long. We let the Islamic State build up its money, capability and strength and weapons while it was still in Syria... Then when [ISIL] moved into Iraq, the Sunni Muslims didn’t object to their being there and about a...Show More Summary
Democratic ex-president becomes latest Obama ally to turn critic
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 [...]
Even History's Greatest Monster Jimmy Carter is scoring points off President Barack Obama's foreign policy, telling the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that Obama waited too long to confront the rise of ISIS and general has a confused Middle East policy.
Yesterday, a three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals—all Republican appointees—paved the way for Wisconsin's controversial voter ID law to take effect in time for this year's midterm elections. Civil rights groups had sued...Show More Summary
Two North Carolina pastors speculated recently that former President Jimmy Carter (D) may be going to hell because he had said that Jesus would not condemn LGBT people. While speaking to students at Grand Rapids Community College last month, Carter had responded to a question about LGBT rights. “I...
In 1979, President Jimmy Carter went on national television and gave a speech that was soon called the “national malaise speech.” It pissed off a lot of Americans because they didn’t want to hear it, even though much of it was true at the time. I want to focus on just one paragraph and ignore [...]
Former President Jimmy Carter believes he could have easily defeated Ronald Reagan in the 1980 presidential election if only he had shown his "manly" side and more aggressively pursued the hostages held by Iranian militants at the t...
Happy 90th Birthday, President Carter! Michelle and I send our best wishes to you and Rosalynn. -bo pic.twitter.com/Du99I0S524— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 1, 2014 Last night President Obama congratulated former President Jimmy Carter on his 90th birthday. Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter says that if he’d been more “manly” in his response to Iran and the U.S. hostage crisis, he might have defeated Ronald Reagan at the polls in 1980.