May 31, 2006

Carter Center Received $1 Million From BinLadin Family
— Ace

Somehow Michael Moore forgot to mention those BinLadin family connections in Farhenheit: 911.

John Gibson was going to discuss this on his show today at 5:45, but that's passed, alas. There is a repeat on later tonight, I think.

Thanks to the folks at Censure Carter.

Although I prefer my own organization, "Cornhole Carter."

Posted by: Ace at 12:03 PM | Comments (50)
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1 Although I prefer my own organization, "Cornhole Carter."

As do we. lol !

Posted by: shawn at May 31, 2006 12:09 PM (Cw+TL)

2 I must be in the minority, as I absolutely adore Jimmah Cartah.

Jimmah's incompetence, arrogance and apparent stupidity caused the economic well-being of America to be compromised, with interest rates sky- rocketing.

Why do I love Jimmah? I purchased the 30-year Treasury Bond at 13.75% and all the monies accrued are the direct result of Jimmah's buffoonery.

Jimmah, thanks for being a fool!

PS Billy was the smart one!

Posted by: Grouper at May 31, 2006 12:19 PM (YiMz2)

3 John gibson doesn't get a rebroadcast. Frankly his show sucks.

But maybe this will be brought up later on a more popular newscast, that will get rehashed, again, and again, and again, and again.

Frankly, a family worth billions, will have connections to everyone who is worth millions. So I don't think we should join that "money is complicity" argument.

I completely support a Cincinnati wide "Cornhole" competition, as long as noone gives him the "safe word/phrase" To protect the security of the "safe word/phrase" I suggest that the "safe word/phrase" be "I wish you were george bush, I love getting cornholed by george bush"

That way even if the full tournament isn't completed, we can get some satisfaction out of the safe word.

Posted by: Wickedpinto at May 31, 2006 12:22 PM (QTv8u)

4 Where IS Osama? I guess there is one brown person in the world safe from the Chimperor and his fascist Halliburton minions.

Posted by: Zizz at May 31, 2006 12:31 PM (K620e)

5 Jimmy Carter Bin Laden -

Umm...I saw it reported on Gibson's show. Not quite sure what the time was, but it was on.

Posted by: SJR at May 31, 2006 12:45 PM (Z9Zbk)

6 Have you no shame, sir, have you no shame? This sort of mudbuggery and unshaven histute sliming of a president's personal and family life to denigrate his historic accomplishments is beneath the pale.

To suggest such things (Bush is a real fucker who is in bed with Bin Laden and the Jews) is hurtful and possilby illegal. I am sure I could find a judge to throw your ass in jail for posting that.

Wow, the depths that some will go to just to settle political scores.

shame shame.

Posted by: some leftist twit living in not realityville at May 31, 2006 12:48 PM (K0x/A)

7 Indeed, so much for Bush changing the tone. How can his adminsitration stand by and not order this so-called group shut down. This sort of historic revisionism (I won't accept his as fact until both jimmy and osammy have a joint news conference to admit it all) is mere opportunism to tarnish carter's legacy of not squandering international good will.

Posted by: joeindc44 at May 31, 2006 12:50 PM (K0x/A)

8 Ya, but what about 06/06/06 this month?

Posted by: at May 31, 2006 01:08 PM (LdD6+)

9 Um.... If The Bin Laden Group is such a bad bunch, why hasn't BushCo shut them down? If they aren't a bad bunch, what's the point of this story, besides guilt by association? One kid (out of 50+ bin Laden spawn) is a baddie, so everyone with the same name is a terrorist?

Also, the Bin laden Group works mainly in Muslim countries, mainly for gov'ts and I believe a large part of their work is for the Saudis, right? So if they are bad people, why haven't our valiant allies the Saudis shut them down?

These are kind of important questions that should be answered for a story like this to make any sense. But, then, Ace's odd obsession with Carter bashing must have got the better of him.

Posted by: Larry the U at May 31, 2006 01:11 PM (Lpswv)

10 Larry, Larry, Larry.

Ace is only obsessed with Cornholeling, not Carter Bashing. Carter bashes himself.

Posted by: Pupster at May 31, 2006 01:17 PM (NMGPj)

11 "If The Bin Laden Group is such a bad bunch, why hasn't BushCo shut them down?"

Larry raises an important point! Why haven't they been shut down? Not only is Bush in league with the Jooos and the Saudis, but also America's greatest enemy...Carter!!!! oh and the Bin Laden's too.

Can we get Dan "no editiorial oversight" Rather to report on this?

Posted by: joeindc44 at May 31, 2006 01:17 PM (K0x/A)

12 Larry, the point is to point out the hypocricy and dishonesty of Michael Moore and friends.

And yes, this still matters. Michael Moore's lies have become gospel truth abroad. Leftists complain that Bush has made the world hate us; I blame Michael Moore and all the leftists who gave him legitimacy.

"Why do they hate us?"

Posted by: sandy burger at May 31, 2006 01:26 PM (Cpse7)

13 Larry,

I tend to agree that the binLadin family's various business dealings and donations are not indicative of Osama's support for, and cooperation with, any particular American business or politician.

As I'm sure you took great pains to point out when Fahrenheit 911 tried to suggest that Bush was in bed with Osama because he helped bin Ladin family members get out of the country on 9/14. (By the way-- the operation was ordered by, and run by, the left's favorite anti-terrorist "expert" Richard Clarke.)

You said all that at the time, right?

Right?

Posted by: ace at May 31, 2006 01:31 PM (h7Mal)

14 One kid (out of 50+ bin Laden spawn) is a baddie, so everyone with the same name is a terrorist?

This seemed to be the argument when Farenheit 9/11 was released. Did the rules change again? It's hard to keep up with you leftists.

BTW, I think this is a bit silly. I think Ace is just trying to point out the inconsistency that Larry just now so capably demonstrated for us.

Thanks, Lar! And make sure you get that knee looked at. Those sudden jerking movements can be hard on your ligaments.

Posted by: The Warden at May 31, 2006 01:34 PM (rkK3q)

15 Damn! I've got to learn to type faster.

Posted by: The Warde at May 31, 2006 01:35 PM (rkK3q)

16 In my mind, when I hear the long, er, knives are coming out for a banning, I will hear cornholing.

Watch yourself, Larry.

Posted by: JackStraw at May 31, 2006 01:39 PM (rnOZq)

17 I just want to thank James Earl Carter for making me look better.

Posted by: Benedict Arnold at May 31, 2006 01:43 PM (16bPx)

18 Never saw 9/11, never commented on it. It's a mish-mash of propaganda, innuendo, half truths and guilt by association, from what I've heard. But, two wrongs still don't make a right.

Carter wasn't the sitting president at the time of 9/11. Questions to the president as to why the bin Ladens were spirited away without interrogation are entirely appropriate, imho, although I agree that the venue of Farenheit 9/11 was not where they should have been made.

Posted by: Larry the U at May 31, 2006 01:44 PM (Lpswv)

19 OT: Boy, did Goldstein cornhole Thersites. Good job, Jeff.

Posted by: shawn at May 31, 2006 01:47 PM (Cw+TL)

20 Oh bullshit, Larry. I have seen you comment over and over about Bush being in bed with the Saudis and try to make the totally unsophisticated claim that BushCo (thats a pretty dumb giveaway right there in case you are wondering, it ain't cute) that because Bush hasn't what, bombed SA that he is in bed with the Saudis?

Good for the goose, Larry. And speaking of goose.....

Posted by: JackStraw at May 31, 2006 01:51 PM (rnOZq)

21 ...and the significance of Michael Moore sitting right next to Jimmy Carter at the Crat Convention completely eludes Larry the turd.

Hypocrisy: the Democrat's true medium.

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 01:52 PM (qF8q3)

22 At the time, Michael Moore's movie was recommended by the House minority leader, the Senate minority leader, the DNC chair, and various Democratic party luminaries.

Not a single prominent Democrat spoke out against it, despite it spreading horrendous lies about our country which are still believed around the world to this day. Not one.

Posted by: sandy burger at May 31, 2006 02:05 PM (ePQxy)

23 OH, and since Larry decided to toss a bomb -- and I do mean bomb -- and took off from another thread for the specific purpose of denying me a response so he could sleep, I'll just post it here...

bbeck: You are confusing "ran from" with "has a life".

No I'm not. You have no life and you run all the time from everyone here the second your arguments are ripped open.

Wife, kids, work, activities, exercise, etc.

Don't drag your family through the mud to cover your cowardice. It's beyond pathetic.

Sorry I can't spend all my time justifying myself to you.

Translation One: when the going gets tough, Larry gets out.

Maybe if you treated people you disagree with with a modicum of respect, I might, but that time has passed.

You're such a liar, Turd. That abortion thread had SEVERAL people talking to you as if you were human -- I know better -- and yet you STILL took off after whining about me and ignoring all the "civil" people you claim to desire.

I'll save my rebuttals for people who a) have something to say and b) can stay moderately civil.

See last statement, Liar.

You'll go on pretending it's the overwhelming strength of your arguments that has made me cower in submission.

It's not just the strength of MY arguments, it's the strength of everyone ELSE'S arguments that make you disappear. And the weakness of yours.

I'll not bother checking back for the tirade of insults, skewed statistics, and word salad, street corner psycho ranting that I'm sure will follow.


Translation Two: I AM GOING TO RUN!!! but first, I am DESPERATE to land the last blow in my mind...

I'll be weeping in frustration that my poor, week brain can't compete against your tower intellect and dialectical style.

...and he swings, he misses!

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 02:07 PM (qF8q3)

24 Bush's links to Saudis aren't the sole province of Moore, Jackstraw. Just the fact that Bush came from an oil industry background should at least bring up the question of where exactly his alleigences are. The support for a murderously repressive regime that's beholden to the religious sect that was the genesis of 9/11 AND a major world oil producer should set of alarm bells. Point being, why are we in bed with the Saudis? Ok, because we have to be for the time being. But why aren't we pushing them harder for internal reform, both democratic and religious? We could, it'd just be difficult, and might screw up the flow of oil, but wouldn't it be worth it, from a national security standpoint?

Asking questions about the President's motives and foreign policy goals is not dissent, it's democracy. Unfortunately, Congress isn't doing that. Which is why things aren't looking so good for the R's in '06.

Posted by: Larry the U at May 31, 2006 02:08 PM (Lpswv)

25 bbeck: Going home now, it's 5:00 PM my time. Buh-bye.

Posted by: Larry the U at May 31, 2006 02:11 PM (Lpswv)

26 None of which has anything to do with the subject at hand (Carter and Moore's dishonesty).

It's fine and easy to say that Bush should do something about the Saudis. Well, he's trying, and gun battles with al-Qaeda are better than the situation back when Clinton was in charge. I don't hear any concrete proposals from the Democrats, just vague goals like "energy independence" and "somehow transform Saudi society".

Posted by: sandy burger at May 31, 2006 02:13 PM (Uuy++)

Posted by: toby928 at May 31, 2006 02:13 PM (PD1tk)

28 I have received several death threats after thinking about posting something positive about Jimmy Carter so I will refrain from doing so out of fear for myself and my signifigant other family partners.

Posted by: Leftist X at May 31, 2006 02:16 PM (16bPx)

29 Asking questions about the President's motives and foreign policy goals is not dissent, it's democracy. Unfortunately, Congress isn't doing that. Which is why things aren't looking so good for the R's in '06.

Unfortunately, this is the sort of moronic statement we're going to have to deal with from turds like Larry when the Republicans lose for acting like Democrats.

But then, no one cares what Larry thinks anyway. Just look at his hypocrisy and inconsistency on this issue alone. Carter's background was PEANUTS, so getting blown by a terroist is totally fine...but Bush was in OIL to begin with, so there MUST be a connection!

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 02:16 PM (qF8q3)

30 Nah, you're free to post something positive about Carter.

If you can think of anything positive, that is. Me, I'm stumped.

Posted by: Meekrob at May 31, 2006 02:18 PM (mA9tr)

31 bbeck: Going home now, it's 5:00 PM my time. Buh-bye.

Yet another thread in which we see Larry's tail tucked. Sigh.

And I bet the CIVIL posters here won't get a response.

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 02:18 PM (qF8q3)

32 I have received several death threats after thinking about posting something positive about Jimmy Carter so I will refrain from doing so out of fear for myself and my signifigant other family partners.

Don't most people get death threats when they consider doing something stupid?

I wouldn't worry about your friends, though, Leftist. After living with you, death would be a step up.

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 02:21 PM (qF8q3)

33 Yet another thread in which we see Larry's tail tucked

Yep, when will lefties learn that you have to bring your A game when you post as a contrarian. Top-o-your-head stuff is fine if your agreeing with the flow of the thread but dissent requires links ;-)

Tob

Posted by: toby928 at May 31, 2006 02:22 PM (PD1tk)

34 especially if your tangling with the beck

Tob

Posted by: toby928 at May 31, 2006 02:25 PM (PD1tk)

35 Bush's links to Saudis aren't the sole province of Moore, Jackstraw. Just the fact that Bush came from an oil industry background should at least bring up the question of where exactly his alleigences are.

And the fact that Carter has been in bed with every 2 bit dictator in the world and particularly the middle east (Arafat ring and bells for you), guys who love suicide bombers and blowing up civilians in Israel and beyond ought to bring up questions about Carter's motives. Remember when the Carter admin was being investigated because his brother was taking money from Libya in exchange for access to the President? I do.

See how this game is played, Larry? You guys on the left love this guilt by association. You just don't play it particularly well.

Hey remember when Clinton was relying on Carter's analysis of N. Korea, that Kim was contained and had given up his nuclear aspirations? Good times, eh Larry?

Posted by: JackStraw at May 31, 2006 02:26 PM (rnOZq)

36 Nah, you're free to post something positive about Carter.
If you can think of anything positive, that is. Me, I'm stumped.
Posted by: Meekrob on May 31, 2006 07:18 PM
I don't know if this counts, but I saw a "Nominate Jimmy Carter for President, 08" bumper sticker the other day. I snickered, I guffawed, I snorted. The more I thought about it, the funnier it seemed. Made my day.

Posted by: Pupster at May 31, 2006 02:33 PM (9h6vV)

37 As an extension of Habitat for Humanity, we hope to start strategically dynamiting the mountains along the Pakistan/Afghanistan border to create Cave Condos for Freedom Fighters.

May Jimmy bless us all.

AND STOP THREATENING ME BBECK!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Leftist X at May 31, 2006 03:11 PM (KWJ9M)

38 especially if your tangling with the beck



Toby, I never seriously argue with the liberals who not only dumb, but dumb enough to post at conservative sites. I leave the actual shredding of their posts to those far more capable, like you and Warden and Jack and Meek and Sandy and ace and etc etc etc...

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 04:20 PM (qF8q3)

39 AND STOP THREATENING ME BBECK!!!!!!!!!!!

Hey, you sound way too much like an actual whiney liberal for me to tell the difference.

Posted by: bbeck at May 31, 2006 04:22 PM (qF8q3)

40 Larry, why do you always stick up for Carter?

Posted by: Mike S. at May 31, 2006 05:11 PM (hI/OI)

41 What kind of skelletons dose CAPTIAN PEANUT have to hide in his closet?

Posted by: spurwing plover at May 31, 2006 06:06 PM (u2whF)

42 Top 5 Presidents:

1. Jimmy Carter
2. Bill Clinton
3. John Kennedy
4. Franklin Roosevelt
5. Al Gore

Posted by: Leftist X at May 31, 2006 06:11 PM (VLXKF)

43 Bottom 5 Presidents:

39. Herbert Hoover
40. Ronald Reagan
41. George HW Bush
42. Richard Nixon
43. George W Bush

Posted by: Leftist X at May 31, 2006 06:16 PM (VLXKF)

44 If they aren't a bad bunch, what's the point of this story, besides guilt by association?

Why weren't you whining when Michael Moore took the same cheap shot in F/911 Ace just did?

Do as we say not as we do?

Posted by: Purple Avenger at May 31, 2006 11:23 PM (gf5iT)

45 Wow. That is horrible. Treasonous! Anyone who associates with the bin Laden family belongs in jail.

Posted by: at June 01, 2006 06:35 AM (p4r8D)

46 Most "conservative," fake patriot blogs defend the bin Ladens just because they are buddies with the president. I am glad that this isn't one of those fake conservative blogs.

Posted by: at June 01, 2006 06:36 AM (p4r8D)

47 We are fake. We just hate 'brownies'.

Posted by: at June 01, 2006 06:50 AM (O+1/6)

48 I am glad that this isn't one of those fake conservative blogs.

What makes you believe this is a conservative blog? Moronic yes, but conservative?

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