Well, Jimmy Carter is making the rounds again with the liberal slanted media. It's skin crawling time again.
In case this irritates you as much as it initially does me, I need to refresh your collective memories.
A majority of historians have Jimmy at the top of their list as the worst President in the history of the United States. If you were in that position, you would be jumping up and down and trying to convince everyone who will listen that the current President is somehow worse, just to get off that list.
It's absurd of course, but either due to dementia or just not being all that sharp, he thinks he can succeed. They won't be able to judge George W. until years after his presidency, and unless a whole lot of things go south for him, he won't be anywhere near Jimmy in the history books. This Iraq war working out to our advantage may elevate George W. way up. Carter, and his ties to the beginnings of Islamic terrorism through pulling support for the Shah of Iran and allowing the Mullahs to take over (they are, after all, clerics), has set the bar way to high for George to every catch up. Viva the revolution there, Jimmy!
One thing we can learn from the Carter presidency, though, is that you don't have to be smarter than a peanut to be a peanut farmer...