Sure a common quip is to whom the award of “Worst President” in history will be one for the ages; however, comparison of their Policies, verbiage, and actions are noteworthy. Oddly, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd said, “Democratic lawmakers worry that the tea party freshmen have already ‘neutered’ the president, as one told me. They fret that Obama is an inept negotiator. They worry that he should have been out in the country selling a concrete plan, rather than once more kowtowing to Republicans and, as with the stimulus plan, healthcare and Libya, one Democratic U.S. senator said this referring to the Obama, “The president veers between talking like a peevish professor and a scolding parent.” Another moaned: “We are watching him turn into Jimmy Carter right before our eyes.”
Walter Mondale, who spent four years as Jimmy Carter’s Vice-President, the experience is all too familiar. When the public sours on you, he said last week, the Presidency seems “like a unique four-year marriage contract, in which divorce is not an option.” Mondale, now in his eighties, was speaking on the phone from his home state of Minnesota, in advance of the publication of his memoir, “The Good Fight: A Life in Liberal Politics.” He could not help noting the similarities between Obama’s embattled White House and Carter’s.
Watch this bit from Chris Matthews… http://www.youtube.com/v/cvR4YwbwAtw&hl
IRAN: Both have failed
Economy: Both failed. Carter with stagflation & Obama who chose unconstitutional Obamacare over the economy as the priority
Energy: Carter failed with OPEC and Obama failed America on the Gulf/drilling
Mgt 101: Micro-manager Carter failed & Obama (the consummate delegator) failed to provide leadership
Props to Carter who did not have an “apology” tour; nor did Carter fail to enforce and protect the laws of the land; nor did he provide illegal aliens safe haven.