7 April 2008

Carter endorses Obama --- Great for McCain

He didn't pander to fantasy like the raygun, he demanded morality in US foriegn policy, what a creep, he made a real asshole of himself building poor people houses on a cooperative basis with Habitat for humanity and stooped to talking about the downside of Israeli policy just because he sponsored the Camp David Accords. What a hide! He promoted energy efficiency and lifting price controls on domestic oil when he shoulda been planning world domination.

He collected all these worthless awards:

LL.D. (honoris causa) Morehouse College, 1972; Morris Brown College, 1972; University of Notre Dame, 1977; Emory University, 1979; Kwansei Gakuin University, 1981; Georgia Southwestern College, 1981; New York Law School, 1985; Bates College, 1985; Centre College, 1987; Creighton University, 1987; University of Pennsylvania, 1998
D.E. (honoris causa) Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979
Ph.D (honoris causa) Weizmann Institute of Science, 1980; Tel Aviv University, 1983; Haifa University, 1987
D.H.L. (honoris causa) Central Connecticut State University, 1985; Trinity College, 1998
Doctor (honoris causa) G.O.C. University, 1995
Silver Buffalo Award, Boy Scouts of America, 1978
Gold medal, International Institute for Human Rights, 1979
International Mediation medal, American Arbitration Association, 1979
Martin Luther King, Jr. Nonviolent Peace Prize, 1979
International Human Rights Award, Synagogue Council of America, 1979
Conservationist of the Year Award, 1979
Harry S. Truman Public Service Award, 1981
Ansel Adams Conservation Award, Wilderness Society, 1982
Human Rights Award, International League for Human Rights, 1983
World Methodist Peace Award, 1985
Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism, 1987
Edwin C. Whitehead Award, National Center for Health Education, 1989
Jefferson Award, American Institute of Public Service, 1990
Liberty Medal, National Constitution Center, 1990
Spirit of America Award, National Council for the Social Studies, 1990
Physicians for Social Responsibility Award, 1991 Aristotle Prize, Alexander S. Onassis Foundation, 1991
W. Averell Harriman Democracy Award, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, 1992
Spark M. Matsunaga Medal of Peace, US Institute of Peace, 1993
Humanitarian Award, CARE International, 1993
Conservationist of the Year Medal, National Wildlife Federation, 1993
Rotary Award for World Understanding, 1994
J. William Fulbright Prize for International Understanding, 1994
National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Award, 1994
UNESCO Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize, 1994
Great Cross of the Order of Vasco Nunéz de Balboa, Panama, 1995
Bishop John T. Walker Distinguished Humanitarian Award, Africare, 1996
Humanitarian of the Year, GQ Awards, 1996
Kiwanis International Humanitarian Award, 1996
Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development, 1997
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Awards for Humanitarian Contributions to the Health of Humankind, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, 1997
United Nations Human Rights Award, 1998
The Hoover Medal, 1998
International Child Survival Award, UNICEF Atlanta, 1999
William Penn Mott, Jr., Park Leadership Award, National Parks Conservation Association, 2000
Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 2007
Berkeley Medal, University of California campus, May 2, 2007
Freedom of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne, England[17] awarded on the occasion of his visit to the city (6 May 1977)[18]
Honorary Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (conferred on the 18 June 2007)
Honorary Fellow of Mansfield College, Oxford (conferred on the 21 June 2007)

And then to prove his complete ignorance, didn't go off to work for a hedge fund and wasted his time writing 27 books.

what a looser, Obama is doomed getting his endorsment, how can that compare with the maestro's endorsement of McCain, who recently decided to bone up on economics 101 by starting with the autobiography of that same Central Banker, such mutual love is indomitable. Greenspan, after all was voted central banker of the year by the milky way bankers association.

McCain is a shoe in, for sure.

RE: Raygun: bigger deficit than all before combined...... PulpLogger NEW 4/7/2008 3:26:18 AM
...and started media ownership conglomeration.

RE: Yes that was Brilliant aussiebear NEW 4/7/2008 3:45:43 AM
Reagan stressed tested budget deficits and proved they don't matter, giving endless scope for the wonders to come, who could have a problem with that. I'm sure McCain will draw on that legacy and ensure the triumph of US hegemony for the next thousand years. If anyone mentions anything unpleasant he nuke em while spittle and invective fill the airways, McCain will let everyone know who is boss. hooray! I'm so glad you guys have such a sterling candidate to do battle with that looser Obama who only has been endorsed by self interested types like Carter, Volker these nonentities:

National political figures
Jeffrey Bader, former U.S. Ambassador to Namibia and Fmr. Assistant US Trade Representative for Asia[92]
Henri Barkey, former member of U.S. Department of State Policy Planning and Professor of Lehigh University[92]
David Birenbaum, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. for Management and Reform[92]
Esther Brimmer, former member of U.S. Department of State Policy Planning[92]
Art Brown, former National Intelligence Officer for East Asia and Chief of CIA's East Asian Operations Division[92]
Mark Brzezinski, former Director of European Affairs of National Security Council[92]
Joseph Cirincione, Vice President for National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress[92]
Bonnie Cohen, former Undersecretary of State for Management[92]
Ivo H. Daalder, former Director, European Affairs, National Security Council[92]
Alice Dear, former U.S. Executive Director of African Development Bank[92]
Michael Froman, Chief of Staff and Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Department of Treasury and National Security Council Staff Member[92]
Tony Gambino, former Mission Director, USAID, Democratic Republic of the Congo[92]
Tobi Gati, former Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research; Senior Director for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasian Affairs, National Security Council[92]
Robert S. Gelbard, former Presidential Envoy for the Balkans; Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement; Ambassador to Indonesia; and Ambassador to Bolivia[92]
John J. Gibbons, former federal appeals court judge[137]
Matthew Goodman, former Director for Asian Affairs, National Security Council[92]
Philip Gordon, former Director, European Affairs, National Security Council[92]
Scott Gould, former Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Management[92]
Scott Gration, former Director for Strategy, Policy and Planning, U.S. European Command[92]
John Holum, former Director of ACDA and Undersecretary State for Arms Control and International Security[92]
Vicki Huddleston, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassador to Mali and Madagascar, Chief of Mission to Cuba and Ethiopia[92]
Paul Igasaki, fmr. Vice Chair and Commissioner of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission[129]
David Lipton, former Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs[92]
Frank Loy, former Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs[92]
Donald McHenry, former United States Ambassador to the United Nations[92]
Norman Mineta, former U.S. Rep. (D-CA), mayor of San Jose, United States Secretary of Transportation and United States Secretary of Commerce[87]
Newton N. Minow, former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission[138]
Alfred H. Moses, former United States Ambassador to Romania[92]
Nick Rey, former United States Ambassador to Poland[92]
Witney Schneidman, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs[92]
Dan Shapiro, former Director, National Security Council[92]
Mona Sutphen, former Special Assistant to the National Security Advisor[92]
Jim Vermillion, former Mission Director, USAID, Nicaragua[92]
Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve[139]
Patricia Wald, former Chief Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit[140]

McCain must win.

RE: Yes that was Brilliant TheWOlf NEW 4/7/2008 5:00:21 AM
Carter, last honest US president.

Ridiculed for preaching conservation by fredeed type sheeple.

Kevin McKern

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