Carter Is A Typical Liberal Who Only Listens To What He Wants To Hear

Since Carters little tea party with Syrian leaders and Hamas Terrorists, he keeps reporting back lies.

Obviously he missed the interview with Mashaal, where Mashaal said he never agreed to accept Israels existance, but rather he would agree to a temporary 10 year truce if Israel went back to pre 1967 boarders, after the 10 years are up, and Hamas and other terrorist organizations are armed, then the truce will be over.  Wake up Jimmy, is anyone home?

Now Carter is saying he was never warned not to go and meet with these Terrorists.

No one in the State Department or any other department of the U.S. government ever asked him (Carter) to refrain from his recent visit to the Middle East or even suggested that he not meet with Syrian President (Bashar) Assad or leaders of Hamas,” said the Carter Center, which often speaks on the former president’s behalf

“They had a very pleasant discussion for about 15 minutes, during which he never made any of the negative or cautionary comments described above. He never talked to anyone else,” the Carter Center statement said.

Now I recall many members of Congress making public statements asking him not to go. I believe Bush even made public statements to that effect, so bad enough he does not recognize these as requests not to meet with Hamas, but he contradicts himself by saying:

Carter has said that he met with Assistant Secretary of State David Welch, and that Welch told him it was not advisable to meet with Hamas. The former president maintains he was never told not to go.

NOT ADVISABLE TO MEET WITH HAMAS… What part of the English language does Jimmy “Crackhead” Carter not understand?

Former President Jimmy Carter stopped just short Wednesday of saying Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is lying about warning him not to meet last week with Hamas leaders in Syria.

“President Carter has the greatest respect for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and believes her to be a truthful person,” read a statement issued by the Carter Center in Atlanta. “However, perhaps inadvertently, she is continuing to make a statement that is not true.”

Carter has said that he met with Assistant Secretary of State David Welch, and that Welch told him it was not advisable to meet with Hamas. The former president maintains he was never told not to go.

“No one in the State Department or any other department of the U.S. government ever asked him (Carter) to refrain from his recent visit to the Middle East or even suggested that he not meet with Syrian President (Bashar) Assad or leaders of Hamas,” said the Carter Center, which often speaks on the former president’s behalf.

The statement said Carter tried to call Rice before making the trip and a deputy returned his call, since Rice was in Europe.

“They had a very pleasant discussion for about 15 minutes, during which he never made any of the negative or cautionary comments described above. He never talked to anyone else,” the Carter Center statement said.

Rice on Tuesday told a very different story.

“I just don’t want there to be any confusion,” Rice told reporters covering her trip to Kuwait. “The United States is not going to deal with Hamas, and we certainly told President Carter that meeting with Hamas was not going to help” the current situation in the region.

Carter, meanwhile, said that Hamas’ top official, Khaled Meshaal, told him during meetings in Damascus on Friday and Saturday that the militant political organization would “accept a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders if approved by Palestinians.”

Hamas has stated its dedication to the destruction of Israel, and is listed by the State Department, European Union and Israel as a terrorist organization.

The Bush administration has said that Carter’s meetings could undermine the peace process started in Annapolis, Md., last year, and that Carter’s visit gave tacit recognition to a terrorist group.

Reuters and the Washington Post contributed to this story.

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