Jimmy Carter must be suffering from some sort of dementia. For many people the onset of dementia brings a personality change. Remember when Carter used to say, “Ill never lie to you?” Look at what he has become beyond the errors in that hate-filled book he wrote last year, Carter has basically been called a liar by Hamas, who refuted everything he said after he returned from Syria and now says the State Department is lying when it says Jimmeh was asked not to meet with Hamas. Hell, it was in all of the freeking papers, Rice said it, the President said it…how the Hell did he not know? His memory is shot. Poor Jimmy doesn’t even remember things that happened a day ago! It’s an embarrassment! How does his wife let him go out in public with his diminished mental capacity?

Carter is presenting lies as truths, showing disregard for the government of his own country and an incredible hatred of Israel and the Jewish people. There is only one explanation for a decent man to have such a behavior change, dementia. That is of course, unless he was never decent in the first place.

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Carter says Secretary Rice “not telling truth” By Matthew Bigg

ATLANTA (Reuters) – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on Wednesday accused Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice of not telling the truth about warnings she said her department gave Carter not to speak to Hamas before a Middle East tripThe State Department has said U.S. Assistant Secretary of State David Welch, the top U.S. diplomat for the Middle East, issued the warning before Carter, a veteran of Middle East diplomacy, went on his trip last week. Rice said in Kuwait on Tuesday: “We counseled President Carter against going to the region and particularly against having contact with Hamas.” “President Carter has the greatest respect for … Rice and believes her to be a truthful person. However, perhaps inadvertently, she is continuing to make a statement that is not true,” a statement issued by the Carter center in Atlanta said on Wednesday. “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,” it said. It said Carter attempted 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 statement said. Carter had already on Monday, in an interview with National Public Radio, described as “absolutely false” any suggestion he had been warned not to meet Hamas. “PRIVATE CITIZEN” “The United States is not going to deal with Hamas and we certainly told President Carter that we did not think that meeting with Hamas was going to help the Palestinians,” Rice said Tuesday while attending a conference in Kuwait. The White House backed Rice and said events after Carter’s meeting showed Hamas’ true character. Carter “is a private citizen and he made a decision to not comply with what the State Department asked him to do,” White House spokeswoman Dana Perino told reporters on Wednesday. Perino made an apparent reference to an attack on Saturday in which a Palestinian suicide bomber and two other gunmen were killed when they attacked a border crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel, wounding 13 Israeli soldiers. “Actions speak louder than words,” said Perino of Hamas. Hamas, which controls Gaza, is viewed as a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Israel. Carter, who met Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Syria over the weekend, is trying to draw the Islamist group into peace talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. But Rice and other senior U.S. officials are concerned that Carter’s meeting could confuse U.S.-brokered peace talks already moving at a slow pace between Abbas and Olmert. Hamas won a 2006 election and briefly formed a unity government with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. It seized control of Gaza from Abbas’ secular Fatah faction in fighting in June.