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January 25, 2010

More in sorrow than in mockery:

"It's the lobotomy, stupid."

Please join me in a moment of silent mourning for the death of the last three brain cells of James Carville.
"Democrats would not be playing the blame game with one another for the loss or for the healthcare debacle if they had only pointed fingers at those (or in this case, the one) who put Americans (and most of the world) in the predicament we’re in: George W. Bush" -- FT.com / Comment / Opinion - Democrats need to learn the blame game

Posted by Vanderleun at January 25, 2010 2:17 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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You know, the Harry Potter movie makers went to a lot of cgi bother to create the evil Voldemort character. They could have just used Carville's bald-headed knob, I actually think he's scarier.

Posted by: Boots at January 25, 2010 2:29 PM

I once had the opportunity to watch the autopsy of a 95 year derelict male. Being a young, virile male who believed he would never grow old, I was horified by the appearance of the old man's penis. Disgusted, I walked off and never thought about it again.

Until today, when I saw that picture of Carville's head.

Posted by: Blastineau at January 25, 2010 4:03 PM

Nobel Prize Winning* Economist and NYTimes Columnist, Paul Krugman was much funnier than Carville, when he wrote:

The Obama administration’s troubles are the result not of excessive ambition, but of policy and political misjudgments. The stimulus was too small; policy toward the banks wasn’t tough enough; and Mr. Obama didn’t do what Ronald Reagan, who also faced a poor economy early in his administration, did — namely, shelter himself from criticism with a narrative that placed the blame on previous administrations.

*When is "Nobel Prize Winning" going to become a laugh line or a synonym for pompous fraud?

Posted by: Fat Man at January 25, 2010 5:54 PM

Actually guys don't sink to the level of personal insults like the libs do, his utter baloney he spews is enough. Sure, he is ripe for caricature but we are better than that.

Posted by: Mike Schau at January 26, 2010 7:11 AM

Mike you are right. But when I see the man I just can't help thinking I'm watching a lunatic arthropod that escaped from some lab.
My second thought is Mary Matalin is either one crazy lady or she's a saint with a direct ticket to heaven.

Posted by: JD at January 26, 2010 9:12 AM

Carville's full of it; what's more, he knows he's full of it--that's the amazing thing.

Posted by: ahem at January 26, 2010 11:14 AM

Bush! Bush! Bush!
He's the Chimpy moron that we miss!
Health care's a-failin,
And we're all a-flailin',
So we'll all blame That Damn Bush!

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