James Carville To Obama- Panic and Fire People

Yeehaaa.. this is tooooo good. Democratic strategist James Carville gives Obama some advice-

1. Fire somebody. No — fire a lot of people. This may be news to you but this is not going well. For precedent, see Russian Army 64th division at Stalingrad. There were enough deaths at Stalingrad to make the entire tea party collectively orgasm.

2. Indict people. There are certain people in American finance who haven’t been held responsible for utterly ruining the economic fabric of our country. Demand from the attorney general a clear status of the state of investigation concerning these extraordinary injustices imposed upon the American people. I know Attorney General Eric Holder is a close friend of yours, but if his explanations aren’t good, fire him too.

3. Make a case like a Democrat. While we are going along with the Republican austerity garbage, who is making the case against it? It’s not the Democrats! We are allowing the over-educated, over-explanatory bureaucrat by the name of (Congresssional Budget Office director Douglas) Elmendorf do all the talking. Do not let him make your case. Let us make your case.

4. Hold fast to an explanation. Stick to your rationale for what has happened and what is going to happen under your leadership. You must carry this through until the election (never say that things are improving because evidently they are not).

As I watch the Republican debates, I realize that we are on the brink of a crazy person running our nation. I sit in front of the television and shudder at the thought of one of these creationism-loving, global-warming-denying, immigration-bashing, Social-Security-cutting, clean-air-hating, mortality-fascinated, Wall-Street-protecting Republicans running my country. The course we are on is not working. The hour is late, and the need is great. Fire. Indict. Fight.

Ain’t it great to see these commie jerks so fearful??

10 thoughts on “James Carville To Obama- Panic and Fire People

  1. “I sit in front of the television and shudder at the thought of one of these creationism-loving, global-warming-denying, immigration-bashing, Social-Security-cutting, clean-air-hating, mortality-fascinated, Wall-Street-protecting Republicans running my country”

    Jeez, wouldn’t it be a damn shame if it all got too much for Carville and he jumped in front of a train?

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  2. I search Mr. Carville’s words for a glimmer of hope about the nation perhaps coming to grips with, um, our “situation.” You would think that anyone with the sense that God gave a duck would have concluded that Keynesianism is worthless as a tool to fix a faltering economy. But then there’s Carville mouthing off about “austerity garbage.” That’s kind of a two-count indictment. Religious commitment to spending as a solution, plus willful ignorance about our, um, debt “problem.”

    The coming collapse will be a remarkable stimulus all its own as incontrovertible evidence of collapse will be there every second of the day to challenge liberal/progressive/RINO (1) assumptions, (2) policy choices, (3) legislation, and (4) leadership. Reading about Carville, I had a tingle of hope (but not running up and down my leg) that there might be a glimmer of willingness to do some reassessment prior to the collapse but, no. Willingness on the part of this intelligent, experienced, and energetic man to unburden himself of something worthy of study and discussion by all thoughtful people. He calls for Mr. Obama to grasp the torch of intellectual leadership and for a moment I think, “Here’s where we can see a reassessment or at least a principled restatement of Democrat principles.”

    Dumb! We get a recitation of Republican badness that Louis Farrakhan or Louis Zulu Shabazz would be embarrassed to say in private.

    Creationism-loving — That’s me I. I live or die by creationism. Gosh. This is so important. Did I mention that I hate science? Nanotechnology and 4G networks? It’s all there in Deuteronomy.

    Global-warming-denying — Right. I deny the .8-degree C warming over the last 100 years. A Bilderberger-CFR fabrication.

    Immigration-bashing — Well, ok. Stopped clock, blind pig, etc., etc.

    Social-Security-cutting — Do we have a choice?

    Clean-air-hating — Must have hacked my email.

    Mortality-fascinated — Not abortion-fascinated?

    Wall-Street-protecting Republicans — So true. What about “Wall Street” needs to be changed? Steady as she goes! I can see how all that financial maneuvering helped me.

    At least Carville didn’t say Obama has to fight those Republican and Tea Party sons of bitches.

    Yet.

    Bottom line: pathetic ranting, ignorance in print, hysterical call to all-out partisan warfare, worthless contribution.

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  3. “Bottom line: pathetic ranting, ignorance in print, hysterical call to all-out partisan warfare, worthless contribution.”

    Yep, a stark illustration of the kind of thinking that has got the Democrats to where they are today.

    One thing about Obama, he allowed many people to suddenly understand the destination the Democrat train is taking them to.

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  4. “Yep, a stark illustration of the kind of thinking that has got the Democrats to where they are today.”
    Where they are today -and where their equivalents in other Western countries are–is winning.

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  5. Redbaiter, that’s true. Americans who voted for that fellow were casual about it and thought casually, “Oh, let’s show how dumb we think W was and just bring in a breath of fresh air.” Well, now they’ve been treated to 180-proof Maxine Waters-fueled progressivism and they’lll never forget THAT lessons.

    Ok. Just kidding. They probably didn’t learn anything and if that hick Sarah Whosit gets nominated by those awful Republicans, well then, it’s “pull the lever for Obama” time. Some have seen the DSA destination. All will feel the financial pain though I doubt the majority analysis will be much more insightful than “corporate greed enabled by capitalist excess in the service of empty materialism and dependence on fossil fuels.”

    Sorry, I was hit with a wave of cynicism after I started drafting a reply.

    KG — yes, unfortunately. Little evidence of any real aversion to authoritarianism. As Auster says, it probably will have to spiral down to heap of smoldering ash for there to be any kind of mass awakening. So it’s a certain kind of “winning” but it won’t look like victory when their cherished dreams play out unhindered.

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  6. Comrade Carville would look good in a Soviet Commissar’s uniform. With that bald head, his hatred for views other than his own, and his quick to tantrum demeanour, he would put Comrade Stalin to shame.

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