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Carville: There’s No Recovery, Stupid

doofiegirl BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~ 2012/06/14 18:10:03
James Carville. We reported it yesterday. Today he says it. He was on Good Morning America talking about Obama and the polling data that they have at Carville’s company and what Obama should and should not say.

CARVILLE: I’m worried that when the White House or the campaign talks about the progress that’s being made, people take that as a signal that they think that things are fine and people don’t feel that or believe that. They want to be reassured that he understands the depth of the problem and that he has a plan to deal with the deterioration of the middle class.

RUSH: Deterioration of the middle class. Is that happening? What deterioration of the middle class? We’re three-and-a-half years into this regime. We’re in a recovery. We’ve turned the corner. We’re back from the brink. Obama’s the judge of the middle class. What deterioration of the middle class? Does Carville know what he’s saying? Yes, he does. See, that’s the key. Mr. Democrat, James Carville, shortly after Lanny Davis comes out and says, “Boy, there’s some really vicious people in the Obama campaign.” James Carville: You better not talk about the economy. It’s not gonna work, people aren’t feeling it, they’re living it, there’s middle class deterioration, I don’t know what the president gonna do, he can’t talk about this. People want to know and they want to be reassured he understands. People would like to know that he cares. And that’s what there’s not much evidence of. http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/06/13/carville_there_s... I'm gonna predict. It isn't gonna be long, maybe tomorrow, maybe tonight, New York Times, Washington Post, cable news network, whatever, somebody out there is gonna say they don't like this business of blaming Bush, that this isn't gonna work. It's old and tired and worn out, and there's no evidence that it ever did work. They've been blaming Bush since before they were immaculated. And it's obvious blaming Bush doesn't work, and yet they're circling back to that now, and you watch. Troubled supporters of Obama in the State-Controlled Media are gonna gently try to say, "Get off of this." Like Carville saying, "Don't tout the economy," now others are gonna say, "Don't blame Bush. It will be almost four years, don't, it's not practical." You watch. I wouldn't be surprised if I'm reporting that on tomorrow's program. Related Links
Daily Caller: Carville 'Worried' Obama Missing the 'Depth' of Economic Problems
Washington Post: Obama, His Message and the 2012 Battlefield are Getting Smaller - Ed Rogers
Rushlimbaugh.com: Democrats Face Reality: Obama in Trouble - 06.12.12 James Carville: You better not talk about the economy. It's not gonna work, people aren't feeling it, they're living it, there's middle class deterioration, I don't know what the president gonna do, he can't talk about this. People want to know and they want to be reassured he understands. People would like to know that he cares. And that's what there's not much evidence of. Let's go to Obama himself. He was in Baltimore yesterday, campaign event. This is his new tack. RUSH: It must be slim pickings at the campaign, if that's all they got. And it's clear, Carville has shaken 'em up. Carville's told 'em, you can't talk about the economy, people aren't gonna buy it. Don't tell them the economy's coming back, because it isn't, they're living it, they know it's not. So they're heeding the Carville message where the only thing they think they can do is blame it all on Bush. Everything happening today is the result of what happened three-and-a-half years ago and further back. We've had nothing to do with it. We are valiant fighters. We have done everything we can to reverse this trend, and it's all Bush's fault. It's worse than we knew, and they lied to us about how bad it was and our brave, courageous President Kardashian is doing everything he can. He talked to Sarah Jessica Parker about it just the other day. He'll be talking to Anna Wintour about it next week. We're working very hard on getting this all reversed, but it's Bush's fault. We'll see how that works out for 'em.

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  • ray 2012/06/14 22:49:20
    ray
    +2
    I agree with Carville. We are already in a recession and if Obama gets re-elected there will be no way out of it. Obama blames the economy on Bush, and unfortunately there are a few people who actually fall for his crap. Obama is ruining our economy, and there will be no recovery as long as he's president.
  • Space Invader 2012/06/14 21:26:27
    Space Invader
    +1
    Old James is not going to lie about this...
  • Walt 2012/06/14 19:11:26
    Walt
    +4
    If liberals could point to the fact that 0bama had been steadily working, doing what he could to reverse the nation's economic problems, the "blame Bush" strategy might work among their base, but their knowledge that 0bama has consistently partied hardy, gone on television shows every chance he got, golfed-golfed-golfed, and vacationed on taxpayer dollars ever since he took office, even they cannot believe that 0bama has done his job.

    There is no way the "blame Bush" strategy can ever work.
  • Morning... Walt 2012/06/14 19:58:54
    Morningstar
    Walt - get real - you think that's what obama has done while president? Your post is ridiculous!
  • Walt Morning... 2012/06/14 20:01:43
    Walt
    +2
    You think such things are not documented and they haven't been noticed?

    Wake up! Your unawareness is what is ridiculous.
  • Ken Walt 2012/06/14 21:02:56
    Ken
    +3
    Great points. And the fundraisers, all with the "rich and famous."
  • Morningstar 2012/06/14 18:51:48
    Morningstar
    Actually what Carville said is that he was "worried" about people's interpretation of Obamas message that the economy is improving because people are still feeling the pinch! You have distorted what was actually said as usual doogiegirl!
  • doofieg... Morning... 2012/06/14 19:15:10
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +3
    I distorted nothing, dear. I brought here what others said. Too bad you don't like truth
  • Morning... doofieg... 2012/06/14 20:00:18
    Morningstar
    Actually dear you are the one that doesn't like the truth - Carville never held up that sign and to display it in your post is a lie!
  • doofieg... Morning... 2012/06/14 20:41:28
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +2
    Can't prove the Post is a lie, so you pick on the silly picture! OMG You are totally ridiculous! BTW- the picture was what was posted with the linked article--- again, Not my choice! LMAO! Liberals Really amuse me!
  • cinbadl 2012/06/14 18:27:31
  • MisterD 2012/06/14 18:16:15
    MisterD
    +5
    Finally!! one of them noticed the emperor is naked and said so!!
    thanks, DG!
  • doofieg... MisterD 2012/06/14 18:34:22
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +1
    He wants to be reelected?
  • MisterD doofieg... 2012/06/14 18:38:38
    MisterD
    +2
    I hope he doesn't want that... it's a shame to have your dreams dashed.
  • UGH...L... MisterD 2012/06/14 18:45:56
    UGH...LIBS ~ PWCM ~ JLA ~
    +6
    Carville is probably part of the Clinton movement to undermine Obama.

    A "good" Democrat in Obama's eyes would stick with the party line, however absurd it may be, and only bring such things up in private.
  • MisterD UGH...L... 2012/06/14 18:47:45
    MisterD
    +3
    True. It makes me wonder which side fears the other the most? Clintonistas or mr. socialism?
  • UGH...L... MisterD 2012/06/14 18:52:27
    UGH...LIBS ~ PWCM ~ JLA ~
    +2
    I'm not sure about the fear, but I think they hate each other's guts with equal ferocity.
  • MisterD UGH...L... 2012/06/14 23:29:13
    MisterD
    +2
    They should fear each other also... two dangerous entities.
  • doofieg... UGH...L... 2012/06/14 18:51:19
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +2
    Like Caroline Kennedy? Only she went public to declare she couldn't stand him, but would still vote for him because he was a Democrat! What a perfectly Stupid reason to vote for someone!
  • UGH...L... doofieg... 2012/06/14 18:57:35
    UGH...LIBS ~ PWCM ~ JLA ~
    +1
    That's more undermining.

    An 'endorsement' like that will not sway many independents, but maintains some sort of pretense of loyalty among the base.
  • doofieg... UGH...L... 2012/06/14 19:17:12
    doofiegirl  BTO-t- BCRA-F ~PWCM~
    +1
    I yield to your interpretation . You are correct.
  • Morning... UGH...L... 2012/06/14 20:01:36
    Morningstar
    Clintons support Obama - they would never vote Romney - who in their right mind would?
  • UGH...L... Morning... 2012/06/14 20:16:41
    UGH...LIBS ~ PWCM ~ JLA ~
    +1
    Of course they won't openly endorse Romney (who knows what they will do in the privacy of the voting booth?).

    But their 'support' of Obama is left-handed... designed to undermine him with independent voters while maintaining a semblance of loyalty to fool the base.

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