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Jimmy Carter: Mailman for Hamas
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Jimmy Carter is touting his Hamas-hugging accomplishments. The jihadi do-badders have generously allowed kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit to write a letter to his parents, which Carter has gallantly volunteered to deliver it. Shalit’s father responded appropriately by deriding Carter as a postman for Hamas.

What a tool.

Carl in Jerusalem recommends this vid clip of Fox News’s Reena Ninan putting the dhimmi in his place.

Also making headlines: Carter’s virtual endorsement of Barack Obama.

Iranian TV is cheering:

Carter: Obama favorite worldwide

Mon, 21 Apr 2008 17:41:23

Former US President, Jimmy Carter

Former US Pres. Jimmy Carter, has not openly endorsed Barack Obama, yet he says almost all in his family support the Democratic nominee.

Carter has not yet formally endorsed Obama as the Democratic presidential nominee and he is not seemingly to do so in a meeting with reporters Monday, according to AP.

The former president says many people in Ghana, Nigeria and Nepal, have selected Obama as their favorite.

“World opinion is strongly supportive of Obama, that’s all we hear,” he reiterated.

Sick of Jimmy Carter? Join the club.

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