- The Washington Times - Tuesday, February 3, 2009


Jimmy Carter sounds and reads, to me, like a true Southern gentleman. He is a gentle man. Michael D. Evans (“Jimmy Carter’s myopia,” Op-Ed, Wednesday) sounds as if he is frothing. Recalling his personal dealings with famous Israelis (most of which probably could not be documented) does not change the issue of Israel’s massacre of civilians into one of who said what. Mr. Carter notwithstanding, what pleases me most in recent weeks is the extent to which Zionists are taking it in the neck from sensible and compassionate Jews. These latter are the people who will bring the most effective forces to bear.


Tucson, Ariz.

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