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Filed under: Politics — Rick Moran @ 8:24 pm

Jimmy Carter is a sanctimonious, self-serving, self promoting, anti-American zealot whose trips abroad in the last 4 years have been marked by his harsh, unreasoning criticism of President Bush’s foreign policy. His speech at the Democratic convention was dripping with hatred and venom toward the President. And to top it all of, he entertained in his personal box at that conclave a man who accused George Bush and his family of caring more about the Saudi royal family and oil than about America.

How sweet is it that the President has humiliated this mountebank in public by refusing to include him in the official delegation to the Pope’s funeral:

President Bush selected his father and Bill Clinton over Jimmy Carter for the official delegation attending the funeral of Pope John Paul II, the Carter Center claimed Late Tuesday.

“President Carter expressed to the White House a desire to attend the Pope’s funeral,” an official said.

Carter “was informed that the official delegation would be limited to just five people, and there were also others who were eager to attend.”

“The Carters always relish the memories of Pope John Paul II being a delightful personal guest at the White House in 1979, on a pope’s only visit to our nation’s capital city. Subsequently, they visited with His Holiness in the Vatican.”

Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

Wouldn’t you have loved to have been privy to that phone conversation when peanut brain was told that his presence would not be required?

PEANUT: Heloo George. I’m just about packed for the trip to Rome all I need to know is when do we leave?

BUSH: Hold the phone here, just hold the phone. What are you talking about?

PEANUT: The funeral George, the funeral. What’s the weather like in Rome during April? Should I bring an umbrella?

BUSH: What…do I look like Willard Scott? How the hell should I know. Besides, you’re not going.

PEANUT: Whaddya mean I’m not going? George, this is no time for jokes, the pope is dead.

BUSH: I’m not joking, moonbat. The Pope would roll over on the bier if he saw you there. After all, he was one of those people who “had an inordinate fear of communism” as you so elegantly put it.

PEANUT: How was I supposed to know that the Soviets were a menace? After all, how could they not like me? I charmed the hell out ‘em. I was so charming I was sure that the force of my personality and the depth of my holiness would overwhelm them. Anyway, what does that have to do with me not going to this funeral? Jesus Christ George! Everyone’s going to be there!

BUSH: Yeah, you’re not. Only loyal Americans need apply. That let’s you and your good buddy Michael Moore out.

PEANUT: C’mon, I hardly know the guy. It was the only way they’d let me speak at the convention, having him in my box. You’re not going to hold that against me are you?

BUSH: Take care, Jimmy. Don’t call us, we’ll call you. Maybe when your good buddy Chavez kicks the bucket or your hero Castro passes on, we’ll send you over to represent us…with a one way ticket. (Click)

PEANUT: George? You still there George? You can’t do this to me! I’m the President…er, was the President. I’m important! Millions of people around the world love me! George?


The Captain has similar thoughts:

After a long and well-established track record as a pain in the ass, Carter can hardly expect us to sympathize with him for being left off of a state visit to anywhere, let alone the funeral of a Pope who, as the Prowler also notes, didn’t think too highly of the former President himself.

Perhaps Carter can sit around the house this week and contemplate how much better off he and the rest of us would be if he had just focused on building houses for the poor after he got rejected for a second term in the White House.

As the Klingon’s say: “Revenge is a dish best served cold…” Or was it Shakepseare?

See also Blogs for Bush that links to an al Reuters report on the Carter snub:

“He was quite willing to withdraw his request when he was subsequently informed that the official delegation would be limited to just five people, and there were also others who were eager to attend,” Moor said Tuesday.

Yeah…I’ll just bet that Jimmah was quite eager to “withdraw his request” after he realized that, like the rest of us, the Bush White House has long memories…


  1. No offense to Jimmy, but his request is obviously self-serving.

    Beyond that, he had the opportunity to attend Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul I’s funerals, but snubbed the Catholic Church both times….

    In any event, it is sad that much of media’s focus is on Jimmy Carter, and not the Pope John Paul II’s life and accomplishments.


    Comment by Begalke Blog — 4/6/2005 @ 1:06 pm

  2. Home Alone…with Michael Jackson…
    Poor P’Nut boy…

    Comment by Michael — 4/6/2005 @ 3:03 pm

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  4. Talk about a bitchslap, lol.

    Comment by SilverBubble — 4/6/2005 @ 4:08 pm

  5. Bitchslap? What is the president still in high school? Did courtesy die because of party politics? Is Georgi Porgie a such a poor winner that he has to snub those who disagree with him?

    Comment by judgemc — 4/7/2005 @ 12:26 am

  6. be honest creeps! Jimmy Carter is not in the “Club”. He was, and is, far more Jesus like, than any of those idiot’s who attended the funeral. Face it, if you creepy Prez Nixon hadn’t got caught with his evil tricks, an hones and simple man like Carter would have never become President, as for the rest of them? Shape-shifting Fools………..

    Comment by j.t. compton — 4/8/2005 @ 3:03 pm

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