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TOPIC: Still no Balls
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Still has no power never did and never will. KABKABIYA, Sudan (AP) — Former President Carter got in a shouting match Wednesday with Sudanese security services who blocked him from a town in Darfur where he was trying to meet with refugees from the ongoing conflict. The 83-year-old Carter walked into this highly volatile pro-Sudanese government town to meet refugees too frightened to attend a scheduled meeting at a nearby compound. He was able to make it to a school where he met with one tribal representative and was preparing to go further into the town when Sudanese security officers stopped him.

"You can't go. It's not on the program!" the local security chief, who only gave his first name as Omar, yelled at Carter, who is in Darfur as part of a delegation of respected international figures known as "The Elders."

"We're going to anyway!" an angry Carter retorted as a crowd began to gather. "You don't have the power to stop me."

U.N. officials told Carter's entourage the Sudanese state police could bar his way. Carter's traveling companions, billionaire businessman Richard Branson and Graca Machel, the wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, tried to ease his frustration and his Secret Service detail urged him to get into a car and leave.

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Good ole jimmy, one of our worst ever Presidents. He has never had much to do with Habitat, except lend his name, I think he shows up at 1 house a year. Jimmy is widely known for "never met a dictator he did not like". He approved and validated Chavez last election...does that tell you anything??? lol

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So nothing that Carter has ever done even post presidency such as Habitat For Humanity impresses you? He's just an "arrogant ass"?

If not for Home Depot, Habitat would be worthless and you know it. Please give credit where credit is due...

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the fact that he backed down is enough for me. All the way from the hostage crisis to oil and the 55MPH speed limit display's his lack of courage. These are contributions of his lack luster performance and his inability to get things done for America and the people. This war we are in is the result of his lack of balls and dems over all lack of courage.

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An 83 year old man getting in the face of armed security forces has no balls? And his companions have to pull him away?

Gimme some of that stuff you're taking, cause it must be good.

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Still has no power never did and never will. KABKABIYA, Sudan (AP) — Former President Carter got in a shouting match Wednesday with Sudanese security services who blocked him from a town in Darfur where he was trying to meet with refugees from the ongoing conflict. The 83-year-old Carter walked into this highly volatile pro-Sudanese government town to meet refugees too frightened to attend a scheduled meeting at a nearby compound. He was able to make it to a school where he met with one tribal representative and was preparing to go further into the town when Sudanese security officers stopped him.

"You can't go. It's not on the program!" the local security chief, who only gave his first name as Omar, yelled at Carter, who is in Darfur as part of a delegation of respected international figures known as "The Elders."

"We're going to anyway!" an angry Carter retorted as a crowd began to gather. "You don't have the power to stop me."

U.N. officials told Carter's entourage the Sudanese state police could bar his way. Carter's traveling companions, billionaire businessman Richard Branson and Graca Machel, the wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, tried to ease his frustration and his Secret Service detail urged him to get into a car and leave.

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