Former president Jimmy Carter says cancer has spread to his brain

Former president Jimmy Carter said that the cancer doctors discovered earlier this year on his liver has also been found on his brain. Carter, 90, said he will receive his first radiation treatment for the disease Thursday afternoon.

“I’m perfectly at ease with whatever comes,” Carter said at a news conference.

  • African

    I pray for a quick healing for him. He is a man of God!

    • David

      What God would that be?

      • African

        He is a very humble man who loves Christ and still leads a Bible study in his church and did so much good in the world.

        • David Murrell

          From your first post I thught you were being sarcastic. Now that I see you are serious, I will just say that the Bible forbids the hatred of Jews. Carter hates Jewish people.

          • African

            He might be a little bit pro-Palestinian but I am sure he does not hate the Jews people. He sincerely tried to bring peace in the middle east and he succeeded in bringing Israel and Egypt

          • Clausewitz

            HAhahahahahahahaha. Get real.

    • Xavier

      You mean ‘man of allah’.

    • Minicapt

      Are you dyslexic?


  • DMB

    Cancer to the brain is a scourge that plagues the west. The most common form of cancer to the brain is Liberalism/Socialism.

  • Xavier

    40 years too late.

  • Carter has brain?!

    • Minicapt

      … and how did the cancer find it?


  • marty_p

    May he die in pain – the Anti-Semitic putz.

  • MarcusWoodson

    Bye bye Peanut Farmer.
    (Imagine the look on his face when he finds out God is a Jew.)

  • Backa Bock

    Pretty sure he had cancer in the brain since he was president.

  • Shebel

    Karma is Real.
    Enjoy your Afterlife with Mohammed and his happy crew.

  • Xavier

    Apparently the brain’s unaffected so far – he still hates the joos.
    Fucking piece of shit.

  • Xavier

    Wouldn’t it be great if Israel could destroy Iran/Hamas/Mecca before Carter died?

    • Clausewitz

      It would be even more great if the only place that had the cure to his affliction was in Israel.

  • BillyHW

    I could have sworn the cancer started in his brain.

    • Jay Currie

      I was going to say that…

      (Nice avatar image by the way…boob and boobies all in one place.)

  • luna

    This is hardly news, all the same I wish him the best.

  • Sweet_binky

    It must be pretty damn lonely.

  • Gary

    Doctors say that his IQ is still the same as in the 1980’s .

    • Millie_Woods

      Yes, I’m pretty sure his IQ is still in the 80’s.

  • Millie_Woods

    One of the more repulsive figures of the not-so-distant past. It’s been a long time coming but the end is in sight.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    His cancer was discovered on his liver. When cancer hits the liver, it’s terminal. I know because both my parents died of it.

  • ntt1

    I feel sorry for the old duffer , he should be allowed to quietly fade away secure in the knowledge that he is no longer the worst president just a close second to obumbles

    • John

      Agreed. Carter was completely humiliated in the 1980 election AND by Iran and ever since has cut a rather pathetic figure. He’ll be 91 on Oct 1st, so let’s just let him die in dignity.

  • Clausewitz

    “Cancer has spread to his brain”, Must be a small cancer then.

  • I would say that Carter’s place in Hell is reserved for him already. A stupid and evil man.

    • John

      I don’t think Carter was evil. That he was stupid and terminally naive there can be no doubt. He was way, WAY too trusting of people and so people took advantage of him left and right. The way Iran’s mullahs played him for a total sucker in the run up to the 1980 election says it all…he was never fit for the adult leagues.

      • A person who judges the good bad and the bad good, against all evidence and ignoring all arguments, may well be considered evil – stupidity and naivety cannot fully explain such behavior.

        • John

          All I can say is this; A simple-minded peanut farmer should never be president! When I think back to those years all I can remember is an administration that just lurched from one disaster to another.

          • Yes. And I recall the final humiliation of his presidency – the way the Americans in the Embassy at Teheran were treated, and the weak way he responded. He was a disaster for the US.

          • Clausewitz

            Malaise Forever.