Friday, October 10, 2008

Th Worst President Of The United States Of America Speaks... Again... Proving, Once Again...


...He's the worst President (and ex-President) of the United States.

"I think it's because of the atrocious economic policies of the Bush administration," said the 84-year-old Democrat, who served in the White House from 1977-1981 during a period of high inflation and energy crisis.

Huh?! I seem to recall, as a kid between the age of 8 - 12 that there was something called "The Misery Index" that was proliferated during your illustrious tenure at 1600 Pennsy Ave. It was the only time in my life where I remember living week-to-week because it was the only time in my life that my father was out of work. During Carter's entire Presidency there was double-digit inflation, interest rates, and yes, the "Misery Index" at its best (best!) was 20.5%. Stagflation! It was Jimmy Carter that put the term "malaise" into the draw of the American lexicon. It was Jimmy Carter that tried tirelessly to pull our country out of the abyss of futility by blaming the American People. Words of infamy spilled from the marble-mouthed Peanut Farmer from Plains, GA like “I think it’s inevitable that there will be a lower standard of living than what everybody had always anticipated; The only trend is downward. But it’s impossible to get people to face up to this.” It was you, President Carter that emphatically stated that our nation has torecognize its own limits to growth. Oh, really?! I'd say that the American People faced it just fine by throwing your ass out of office in a landslide victory for your opponent that had never been seen before.

President Carter, you sir, are the last f*&$%! person to be pointing the finger and assigning the blame for our nation's current economic foibles to anyone, let alone, our current President. You sir, are a disgrace. Your opinion in these matters is irrellevant.

3 comments:

mklasing said...

This is fitting considering that Obama's campaign is similar to Carter's, his financial policies are the same and his ideas regarding energy are the same. And what did we have, oh yeah, stagflation, high mortgage rates, gas lines and hostages in Iran. Gotta love history--if you live long enough, you get to see it again.

Nigel said...

Yiddish, if you are gonna post here I really wish you would stop holding back and tell everyone how you really feel...

B Smith said...

Obama:
I remember Carter. I was a bitter critic of Carter. And you, sir, are just like Carter.