Poor Jimmy Carter. He just can't manage to stand his ground. The Israelis and Israel's minion in the Democratic Party are well aware there's already blood in the water and they will persist whittling away at Carter's credibility and sanity more and more as they go.
Carter was right of course, even though now he has humbly on-his-knees appolgized for it:
"It is imperative that the general Arab community and all significant Palestinian groups make it clear that they will end the suicide bombings and other acts of terrorism when international laws and the ultimate goals of the Roadmap for Peace are accepted by Israel."
Mr. Carter's appearance at the Brandeis campus in Boston was followed by an appearance by Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz, who has been critical of the book. Although Mr. Carter refused to debate him and even to appear with him, Mr. Dershowitz told the students in attendance that he appreciated the former president's apology.
"You heard the Brandeis Jimmy Carter today, and he was terrific," Mr. Dershowitz said. "I support almost everything he said. But if you listen to the Al Jazeera Jimmy Carter, you'll hear a very different perspective."