National Journal reports this as if it was a new concept:
For the second time in three days, Mitt Romney invoked the name of Jimmy Carter as part of an ongoing attempt to tie President Obama to the one-term Democratic president.
Speaking at a small female-owned company that designs trade shows and museum exhibits, Romney argued that the president’s lack of private-sector experience has led to policies that are making it difficult for small businesses to thrive.
“It was the most anti-small-business administration I’ve seen probably since Carter,” Romney told an overflow crowd packed into the company’s warehouse. “Who would’ve guessed we’d look back at the Carter years as the good ol’ days, you know?”