The most incompetent President of the past century to sit a four year term, Jimmy Carter is upset - and rightly so - with the comparison drawn in a recent article in Foreign Policy magazine:
In last month's issue of Foreign Policy magazine, leading analyst and Iraq War supporter Walter Russell Mead opined that President Obama's foreign policy agenda was turning into a duplicate of Jimmy Carter's.
. . . [T]he Carter comparison was clearly meant as an insult. After all, the piece was titled "The Carter Syndrome."
It would seem natural for Obama and his allies to find the piece somewhat insulting -- but the one raising the most stink so far is Carter himself.
The former president penned a 1,500-word letter to the editor complaining about the article's treatment of his foreign policy legacy. That's followed by a second letter to the editor from Zbigniew Brzezinski, his national security adviser. . . .
Jimmy was incompetent - and indeed, he was the midwife to the birth of Iran's theocracy that threatens us all today. That said, Obama's foreign policy appears to be in a class all by itself. Even Jimmy finds any comparison to his own level of incompetence to be insulting.