Friday, January 26, 2007

Trouble for Carter?

Just a few days after it appeared that the trouble for President Carter was finished, this piece of news breaks.
Former President Jimmy Carter once complained there were “too many Jews” on the government’s Holocaust Memorial Council, Monroe Freedman, the council’s former executive director, told WND in an exclusive interview.

Freedman, who served on the council during Carter’s term as president, also revealed a noted Holocaust scholar who was a Presbyterian Christian was rejected from the council’s board by Carter’s office because the scholar’s name “sounded too Jewish.”
Joe Gandelman says that the president's name is most definitely out of the running as a candidate for the B'nai B'rith Leader of the Year award.

It's disappointing that Carter sees things this way. While the Jewish people were not the only people to be executed in mass genocide during the Shoah, we had the most people slaughtered by ruthless racists who are being punished even to this day.

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