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Jimmy Carter Conspicuously Absent From Podium
By Brett Lieberman and Nathan Guttman
Thu. Aug 28, 2008

Denver - Former president Jimmy Carter’s controversial views on Israel cost him a place on the podium at the Democratic Party convention in late August, senior Democratic operatives acknowledged to the Forward.

Breaking with the tradition of giving speech time to living former presidents, convention organizers honored Carter with only a short video clip highlighting his work with Hurricane Katrina victims and a brief walk across the Pepsi Center stage…

the rest of the article is here: http://www.forward.com/articles/14110/

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When Jimmy Carter, a former

When Jimmy Carter, a former President, cannot even speak at the convention of his (Democratic) party, because of his book _Palestine: Peace not Apartheid_, and Ron Paul, a 10 term Congressman, cannot speak at the convention of his (Republican) party, which has become a one-issue (war) party, that tells you who is in control - the Israel Lobby and AIPAC. One of the things that I admire Ron Paul for the most is that he is one of the few national elected officials who has never accepted money from AIPAC.


I guess JC is "anti-semitic" because he doesn't agree with Israel's foreign policy.

Well, I don't like China's foreign policy...does that make me "anti-asian", or "anti-buddhist"??


over 90% of Israel's Jewish population isn't even Semitic.
Similar numbers worldwide.

Applying the 'anti-semitic' term logic to hating China's foreign

policty makes you anti-northern hemisphere

an anti-north-hemite


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