James Carville is Still Blaming Bush

    It’s a tougher job these days, but James Carville still mans his post. He spins for the Democratic Administration. It matters not what that administration does or what he has to say in order to stay on point. James Carville spins for the Dems. His latest project involves spinning away the profound unpopularity of Barack Obama’s proposal to fire rockets and bombs at Syria for using chemical weapons to quash a rebellion against Bashir Al-Assad’s despotism. He shows the intellectual and moral bankruptcy of his bosses by doing what a Dem does when they run out of viable ideas: he blames George W. Bush.

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    Democracy Corps (D): Obama 41/55.

    The Greenberg/Carville-sponsored poll certainly does have a good deal to say about the current state of House races, albeit from as positive-towards-the-Democrats position (Hotline called it ‘sugary spin‘) as possible.  For example, for all of the talk about how ‘cool’ the electorate was towards Republican incumbents the truth is that they’re averaging a 40/32 approval/disapproval rating, and that the generic Congressional vote went from 48/42 | Read More »

    Democracy Corps (D): Obama 41/55.

    The Greenberg/Carville-sponsored poll certainly does have a good deal to say about the current state of House races, albeit from as positive-towards-the-Democrats position (Hotline called it ‘sugary spin‘) as possible.  For example, for all of the talk about how ‘cool’ the electorate was towards Republican incumbents the truth is that they’re averaging a 40/32 approval/disapproval rating, and that the generic Congressional vote went from 48/42 | Read More »

    Some thoughts on the Limbaugh affair

    CNN recently ran an analysis on the Limbaugh affair as to whether he was a distraction or the de facto leader of the Republican Party.  It is interesting to note that Politico.com ran an excellent story the same day detailing how political operatives- notably James Carville and Paul Begala- along with White House political hacks Rahm Emmanuel and David Axelrod seized upon this controversy.  It | Read More »

    Don’t Pick a Fight with a Pit Bull…

    If I were Obama, I’d rethink taking on Rush and Cramer. Nothing in their personalities would indicate a willingness to cower even under intense fire. In the time His Hipness can say “Look, uh..” both have registered two or three verbal jabs, and are working on a fourth. The arrogance to think that one will not get bloodied when mixing it up with a pit | Read More »

    Thank you, James Carville

    Details are spilling out over the concerted effort by White House staffers and the team of James Carville, Stan Greenberg and Paul Begala to elevate Rush Limbaugh to be the visible symbol of the GOP. Their polling showed that overall, Americans do not care so much for Rush and as such, he would make an excellent symbol to replace that of George Bush and Dick Cheney.

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    Now Setting News Coverage Priorities for USA: Obama’s Three Ambassadors to the News

    Starting at 6 in the morning, James Carville grunts out “whazgoanawn” to Rahm Emanuel and George Stephanopoulos. A little later, Paul Begala joins the conversation. Through the morning, the four pals commence to hatching the conventional wisdom for the day. They decide on the spin they will encourage in the media, so as to best help out the new President. The Messiah, President Government, Lord | Read More »

    Ayers, Carville and Salt Lake City is burning

    Bill Ayers made a calculated desision when he realized that blowing up buildings was not going to change America into the socalist state he dreamed of. He decided to do it from inside the system. What “grown up” would let an admitted domestic terrorist who hates what our American flag stands for be in charge of anything related to educating America’s youth. I guess the | Read More »

    Threats From The Mouth of Sauron

    It seems James Carville and David Gergen just had to warn us before it became too late. They have to save America the same way Madame Royale had to save France. There would be “disturbances” if the “right” candidate didn’t win. David Gergen broached the topic with the customary subtlety of an advisor/hack from both Republican and Democratic administrations. “I think it’s too early to | Read More »