Wednesday, March 11, 2009

FOX: Flashback: Carville Wanted Bush to Fail

This is despicable behavior by a lying sack of shit, James Carville. The behavior of the press in this instance is also despicable and further demonstrates their complete co optin by the Democratic party.
From Fox
The press never reported that Democratic strategist James Carville said he wanted President Bush to fail before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. But a feeding frenzy ensued when radio host Rush Limbaugh recently said he wanted President Obama to fail. 


On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, just minutes before learning of the terrorist attacks on America, Democratic strategist James Carville was hoping for President Bush to fail, telling a group of Washington reporters: "I certainly hope he doesn't succeed."

Carville was joined by Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg, who seemed encouraged by a survey he had just completed that revealed public misgivings about the newly minted president.

"We rush into these focus groups with these doubts that people have about him, and I'm wanting them to turn against him," Greenberg admitted.

The pollster added with a chuckle of disbelief: "They don't want him to fail. I mean, they think it matters if the president of the United States fails."

Minutes later, as news of the terrorist attacks reached the hotel conference room where the Democrats were having breakfast with the reporters, Carville announced: "Disregard everything we just said! This changes everything!"

I wish to renew my call to vote all incumbents out of office. All of them , from both parties. After all the Tea parties occur around the nation let's spread the word to vote everyone in Washington at the next election. We need to make it clear we have had enough of the self serving baloney that passes for acceptable behavior in Congress and in the party structures.
Next time I see Rick Santelli down at the exchange i am gong to urge him to make a new rant.

1 comment:

Joe said...

All right goddammit, I am ready to go off!

-Texicalipoca