Jimmy Carter Speaks : You have GOT to be kidding me!

You have GOT to be kidding me. Jimmy Carter is criticizing Bush on the economy?

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Former President Jimmy Carter said on Friday the “atrocious economic policies” of the Bush administration had caused the worst global financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

The SAME Jimmy Carter that gave us:

The SAME Jimmy Carter who gave us:

The same Jimmy Carter who gave us:

The US Misery Index by President
1948 to 2007

Misery Index = Unemployment rate + Inflation rate

President Time Period Average Misery Index
Jimmy Carter 1977 – 1980 16.27
Gerald Ford 1974 – 1976 15.93
Ronald Reagan 1981 – 1988 12.19
George H.W. Bush 1989 – 1992 10.68
Richard Nixon 1969 – 1973 9.98
George W. Bush 2001 – 2007 7.89
Harry Truman 1948 – 1952 7.87
William J. Clinton 1993 – 2000 7.80
John F. Kennedy 1961 – 1962 7.27
Lyndon Johnson 1963 – 1968 6.78
Dwight Eisenhower 1953 – 1960 6.26

Oh. THAT Jimmy Carter.

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4 Responses to “Jimmy Carter Speaks : You have GOT to be kidding me!”

  • Above Average Citizen:

    Without doubt, Jimmy Carter is the most incompetent and unproductive president in America’s history. When he was president, inflation was greater than 20% and the U.S. suffered the most embarassing political debacle in our history. He did not do anything right, even the so-called peace deal with Begin and Sadat was fundamentally flawed. Now, he hopes we have no corporate memory, and he ponificates on the economy. Only an utter and total fool would pay him any attention, and I for one will never forgive him for his demeaning of our country. Shame forever on Jimmy Carter!!

  • D.C. Irving:

    Such notations on the Jimmy Carter years overlooks a point: money matters, economics, etc., are manipulable by greater forces far beyond the office of the president. That holds true for every man serving term(s) of office. Once thought to be the Invisable Hand that effects economy, it is in the hands of those who control the banks, stock markets, world trade. One person can not be held solely responsible for the economic mess then or now. Fixing blame serves only to remain blind to the real causes of economic highs and lows.

  • That may be true — but it also is just as fair as Carter’s silly claims about Bush.

  • lucina2014:

    This is the graph of explanations why we really have to work hard in a certain business we might be having. – Adam LaFavre

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