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Thirty-ninth President of the U.S., seving from 1977 - 81, and most likely the last U.S. President with real integrity we will see in our lifetimes. Though he was unable to solve a number of domestic issues, he was a true world leader and put human rights on the map. Brought back dignity, decency and respect to the Oval Office, after the Nixon scandals. Deservedly won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
History will judge President Jimmy Carter well.
by MRT2 October 10, 2006
 
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The obama of his generation.
Obama is a carbon copy of Jimmy Carter.
by wjc April 11, 2008
 
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More inept than Bush, but at least more honest than Clinton.
Jimmy Carter was responsible for the 70s.
by Lockett March 20, 2008
 
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A man with faux moralistic ideals that often came into conflict with his policy. Haunted by his failed hostage rescue attempt he will be long remembered as a failure of a president.
Welfare, Iran, Economic Recession,
by Japanadan October 08, 2004
 
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A term used to insult one's abilities or to call them a failure.
Q: "What did you get on that test?"
A: "Not too well...I got a 20%. I really Jimmy Carter-ed it"

"I knew Jimmy Carter...I worked with Jimmy Carter...and you sir may be the worst failure in modern history, but you are no Jimmy Carter"
by Bucky O'Hare April 22, 2006
 
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The most bizarre president since Teddy Roosevelt. Did a crappy job running the country, and then got praised for telling everyone to make nice while encouraging the states of mind that opposed peace.

Sold a book that sucks
This moron thinks Israel is apartheid. Jimmy Carter is such a douchebag
by Anti-Carter January 20, 2007
 
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A Georgia Democrat and peanut farmer. 39th American President. Moron. Self-righteous. Hypocrite. The pot calling the kettle black. He violated ex-President etiquette by criticizing the current President. He had the audacity to call George W. Bush the “worst” President in US History, when his own tenure as President was filled with ineptitude and weakness. He couldn’t lead the country out of a paper bag. His Presidency was a joke and Democrats couldn‘t even work with him. He did NOTHING as President but sold the Panama Canal and made America a mockery in Central America. He must be really good at giving head to get the vote for Nobel Peace Prize. What a winner. At least W, they guy he criticized, did a few good things. Carter didn’t do a dam thing. What a phony hypocrite.
Jimmy Carter is a nice, caring human being but is misguided and lacks common sense. A good man but a horrible President.
by krock1dk August 07, 2007
 
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Jimmy Carter = very weak, ineffective president. Overall his presidency was a failure. He was unable to generate confidence and optimism while he was in office.

He lacked the ability to work with Congress - even members of his own party - Democratic - couldn't work with him. Apparently, he antagonized many members of congress with his preachy & pious attitude.

Senator Edward M. Kennedy's 1980 presidential race against an incumbent Democratic president served notice of the discontent that many rank & file Democrats had for President Carter.

History will view the Carter presidency as below average in terms of the presidential rankings of presidential achievement & performance.

As a former president, Jimmy Carter has done many many good things - in fact, he has been a far better former president than he was as president. His humanitarian projects have been superb - he deserves much credit & respect for his post-presidential work. In many ways, Jimmy Carter has - with much success - defined a first class extremely productive post presidency.

Jimmy Carter is a very honorable, decent and kind human being -- he was perhaps too kind & gentle for the rough & tumble world of presidential politics.

It was an honor to see President Carter receive the Nobel Peace Price - a well deserved honor for all of his humanitarian work.
Jimmy Carter will be remembered more for his post presidential work and acheivements - than for his time as the 39th president.
by WET CARGO BOY March 18, 2006