Carville is the Dem's Karl Rove.<br><br>I agree with him about 50% of the time, but many time she's off base.<br><br>and Obama is just wrong about "bitter" people , we're all happy as larks under GW great policies and spending trillions of $$ on a war for fun !! ...using money we don't have because of lost jobs and decreased income... hey and what about that $3.50/ gal gas... I just Love it !! ... it's so exhilarating to watch those number roll up while I fill my tank !!<br>wow ... what novel ideas and policies !! <br><br>David (OFI)
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Carville is the Dem's Karl Rove.<br><br>I agree with him about 50% of the time, but many time she's off base.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Carville would be more than way off base if he had tits. Now you've gone and ruined my lunch.<br><br>
Sure, both Carville and Rove embody a cynicism in politics that drive each one to underestimate people and say things that they know personally not to be true. They're flacks and spinners along with their peers in the punditocracy. You cannot expect anything out of either one of their mouths that does not suit their personal needs above all else, including the quality of the discussion they participate in.<br><br>That, however, is where the comparison ends.<br><br>Carville never had any prosecutors fired because they didn't help install a permanent majority. Carville was never in on the outing of a CIA agent because the lies his administration was selling were washing out under scrutiny. Carville never cynically used a terrible mistake in foreign policy as a way to question other people's patriotism.<br><br>The only other way I would liken Carville and Rove is that I hope both of them find themselves on the outs as the political ground shifts below their feet and people realize, "Hey, why should I listen to someone whose job it is to lie to me?"<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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