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Why Give Carter Exposure?

Reader comment on: We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land

Submitted by Art Berkowitz (United States), Mar 16, 2009 15:28

Why are you giving exposure to this man who history will surely rate as the worst President in US history? He had no clue then. He has no clue now. You do the cause of Israel no favor by bringing attention to Jimmy Carter's incessant ramblings. I had no idea he was writing another book, until I received your announcement. If enough of his opposition, buys his book and writes critical reviews, he won't even have to spend money on a publicist. Everyone else will be doing his work for him.

Please understand that you have no chance of changing the minds of those people who believe his drivel. Most of the rest of us either don't care or already know enough about this prejudices, that we will ignore anything that comes out of his mouth or his typewriter.

Art Berkowitz


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