Fools Advising Retards

We’d be laughing our Imperial Arse off if it weren’t for our worry that the Imbecile-in-Chief might actually listen:

President Jimmy Carter discussed foreign policy issues Tuesday with President Barack Obama’s national security adviser, the Associated Press reported.

Oh, we’re sure that the drooling, demented clownshoe that nearly caused the Soviet Union to win the Cold War and left our countrymen to rot for 444 days in Iranian, Iranian captivity has a lot of very valuable insights to offer.

Why don’t you just go choke yourself on your sweater, Cah’duh, and decrease humanity’s carbon footprint by your sudden non-respiratory status? It’s not like anybody but our nation’s sworn enemies would miss you.

Quit giving euthanasia a good name, would you? Now there’s a good chap.

Thatisall.

10 comments

  1. 1
    Veeshir bloviates:

    Hey, you can’t have the funny without the endy in this, the Funniest End of Civilization Ever.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 bloviates:

    Must be the killer rabbitsa…
    I have wondered how dhimmi, after helping with the overthrow of the shah, felt after he got bit on the ass by the hostage crisis. Of course he’s still pissed about New York Jews voting for Reagan. I remember those years vividly….oh yes, the misery index , the waits for gas reminiscent of a Soviet bread line………
    Libs haven’t learned a thing, I wonder if they are capable of doing so, the same old tired mantra, yet it’s our fault for refusing the swallow the bullshit. Even this last election…..these people are full time losers.

  3. 3
    LC PrimEviL bloviates:

    It would be nice if old ass would just wonder off, and get lost in the fog.

  4. 4
    LC PrimEviL bloviates:

    *wander*off. . .

    Proof read before publishing, foo. *slaps self upside head* :em98:

  5. 5
    americanexpat bloviates:

    Yeah, I remember the Cah-duh presidency. Buying gas on alternate days (when you could get it at all), thinking 14% interest was a good rate on a home loan (I was happy to even get one; a lot of my friends couldn’t), being in the Army (in Korea) and having vehicles deadlined for six months at a time for a lack of spare parts. Good times. But from what I’ve seen of Obama, he is well on his way to displacing Jimmeh as the champion in the “worst president since Harding” category. Hopefully, he’ll collect his prize in 2012, the same one Cah-duh picked up in 1980: unemployment.

  6. 6

    Sometimes I wonder where we would be as a nation if we had an anti-Carter as president in the late 70’s instead. Jimmy Carter could have rid the world of Yassir Arafat and the Ayatollah long before they really had any influence in world affairs, which would have made things interesting since they pretty much gave birth too, and fueled the growth of, Islamic terrorism.

    It also makes me wonder just how much damage and turmoil my kids and grand-kids are going to have to live with after I’m gone as a result of the ineptitude of the current Jackass-in-Chief.

  7. 7

    What’s next, Gary Busey discussing mental health with Mel Gibson?

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    DarkStar bloviates:

    Response to LC Beaker, Imperial Photographer @:
    Jimmah is an anti-Semite, why would he want to take out his friends?

    It looks like either Obozo is trying to get additional bolstering or : Powell needs an additional 15 minutes in the limelight.

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher bloviates:

    americanexpat said the following:

    “worst president since Harding”

    Harding was one of the best presidents we have ever had. He spent so much time drinking, gambling and whoring, on his own dime, that he never had time to do any damage. The one thing that he actually did as president was to browbeat and bullyrag congress into lowering the tax rates after the end of WWI.

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    The Lone Haranguer bloviates:

    I used to think Carter was a nice but hopelessly naive guy who was in over his head as president but found his niche afterwards as an elder statesman and humanitarian. I was wrong. He’s just an asshole. :em96:

    (BTW, my first vote, in 1976 when I turned 18, under the 26th Amendment ratified just five years earlier, was for Gerald Ford against Carter. Ford was, at best, only “so-so” as president, but infinitely preferable to what we wound up with. The choice then was much like our choice in 2008. We know how that turned out. :em98: )

    Response to LC Beaker, Imperial Photographer @:

    Jimmy Carter could have rid the world of Yassir Arafat and the Ayatollah long before they really had any influence in world affairs, which would have made things interesting since they pretty much gave birth too, and fueled the growth of, Islamic terrorism.

    I’ve always wondered why Israel didn’t scrag Arafat-ass when they had numerous opportunities, even having him blockaded in his offices at one point.

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