James Carville is starting to piss me off

Much respect as I remain entertained by the Rajun Cajun, but he needs to take his whiskey home.

“You haven’t heard about Iraq or John McCain or George W. Bush — I haven’t heard any of this. We are a country that is in a borderline recession, we are an 80 percent wrong-track country. Health care, energy — I haven’t heard anything about gas prices,” Carville also says. “Maybe we are going to look better Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. But right now, we’re playing hide the message.” -James Carville CNN.com

See, Jimmy, you’re right.

But see Jimmy, there’s another agenda as well. Dare I sound like an overly sensitive nancy boy when I point this out, but we’re going for a little unity here too.

See Jimmy, that’s on the agenda because you Clinton people have just refused to be remembered as dignified. Your class and generosity is suspect. Y’all continue to pick and whine. We no longer want to listen to your shit. We’d like to move on. We’d still like you to come with us, but it’s time to go.

See Jimmy, there’s a significant number of you who say at least, that they’ll be voting for McCain because Hillary didn’t get was owed to her and Bill. What was owed to her and Bill.

Jimmy, this is a problem and these people are idiots.

See what I’m saying Jimmy?

You musta missed Michelle Obama’s speech. My cable is out but my mother called to tell me how wonderful it was.

I watched it in pieces on the internet. I imagine you pontificated before that so I’m giving you a partial pass.

I actually teared up a little. These two people are special. They reach out and touch with astounding grace and sincerity. Her speech tonight was beyond compelling.

She was.

An elegant and passionate orator, an honest and humble communicator, a profound force of humility and honesty. Beautiful and intelligent and courageous.

She was.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I was moved.

She is.


Jimmy, my advice to you is to shut up, jump on the back and let your feet dangle over the edge while you watch the road pass backwards between them.

Drinks for my friends.

6 Responses to “James Carville is starting to piss me off”

  • David Lee 3:

    Not at all the proper person to be representing the Democrats anymore. Maybe it was okay when the Democratic candidate was a Southerner, but no longer..

    Call me a Yankee, but if you speak with an accent that has a slight ‘drawl’ to it (anything from a K.Y. hillbilly to an Orange County Honky Tonk redneck)….and you ARE NOT as hot as Georgia asphalt (or remotely as brilliant as Mark Twain) chances are you probably make me very nervous about what manners, ethics, morals & intellect I might experience in your presence.

    Unless you are offering me some ‘sweetea’ or spinning a fine yarn, that accent seems not very endearing or charming to me (or most ‘big city folk’).

    I love it when I am proved wrong about this ‘cultural profiling’ I seem predisposed to, but sadly I am usually correct and about 90% turn out to be ignorant trailer-trash cracker motherfuckers (or cousin – and/or – sisterfuckers).

    Isn’t he as old as Doubtfire anyway? He should hang his hat up, like yesterday.

  • admin:

    Yeah, his Judas comment was way out of line.

  • John:

    You can watch the convention online at:


  • I wish they would stop pretending they’re just like us and be just like us again. It all changed after the nomination went through. I think there was panic. I think she feels the panic too and although the words were good, the stance was forced and children were directed to tell daddy you love him.

  • admin:

    Maybe, but I thought it to be pretty sincere. One of us may be fool.

  • I feel fooled. But I’ll take it. It’s OK. I’m just going to start smarter next time and I think I’ll still find myself ending up the same.

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