Jimmy Carter to Cuba: Trip Raises Eyebrows

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Jimmy Carter is in Cuba for a three-day private visit and will be traveling to North Korea soon in a move that has some questioning the former president's agenda. Read more
Al Sharpton

Tampa, FL

#1 Mar 29, 2011
jimmy carter "the peanut" presidunce!
Randy

Bryan, TX

#2 Mar 29, 2011
Jimmy is at his best building HUD houses for other, less fortunate Dumbocrats. He should stick to what he knows best.
commie carter

United States

#3 Mar 29, 2011
Will idiot jimmy carter be giving Cuba the Panama Canal?

“Unions = Thugs”

Since: Mar 11

Johnston City, IL

#4 Mar 29, 2011
Carter, the worst President ever, is sooooooo glad Obama is in the WH. Jimmy, don't let them sell you a cigar that comes out of a hole of the wall.
scout

San Francisco, CA

#5 Mar 29, 2011
translation: our USA Marxist controlled mass media, still seethes about Jimmy's latest book on Israel.

“The sheep need protection.”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#7 Mar 30, 2011
He is still alive?
scout

San Francisco, CA

#8 Mar 30, 2011
Jimmy's an unusual elder, as it APPEARS that he's actually GAINED intellect upon aging, judging by his rather good book on Israel.
Flora

Neptune, NJ

#9 Mar 30, 2011
Al Sharpton wrote:
jimmy carter "the peanut" presidunce!
All Democrats should stay out of foreign affairs before they make further muck of the world and bring WW3 crashing down on everyone's heads.

With regards to Libya, it's very simple:

A destabalized Libya will tip their neighbor Egypt toward fundamentalism. As goes Egypt, so goes the rest of the Middle East.

Obama knows this.

That's why we're not in Iran. That's why we're not in Syria or Yemen.

A cost-effective war, with no set mission or defined leader is a recipe for failure and will only promote unrest in Libya and the entire Middle East. America will be portrayed as the Great Satan in the end. The humanitarian argument doesn't hold water. Otheriwise America would be elsewhere (i.e. Darfur, Iran, Syria, etc.)...

Since: Nov 10

Monte Vista, Colorado

#10 Mar 30, 2011
Kennedy should have let the 101st Airborne Division jump in there during the Cuban Missile Crisis and take care of business. Instead of Cuban cigars, Castro & company would've been smoking poles in some maximum security prison for the past 50 years.

That isn't to say I sympathize with this American "contractor". His story about wanting to establish forbidden internet hotspots in order to keep Cuba's Jewish community in touch sounds like a crock. He's probably CIA.
Cedarburg Baker

United States

#11 Mar 31, 2011
Can't we trade Carter to someone for something?

Anti- Semitic , self loathing loon.

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#12 Apr 17, 2011
"..some questioning..." Let's see, that would be the chariman of the RNC, John McCain, George Bush, and who else?

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