Dear James Carville

Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy, Jim. Jimbo. Buddy. Pal.

I’ll keep this short and sweet.

This man is responsible for giving your president his first term.

This man is responsible for his second.

So if you’d do us all a favor, take your hand off your junk and back away from the bong, we’d all really appreciate it.

God, I loved you in The War Room. What’s happened to you, man?


9 thoughts on “Dear James Carville

  1. What’s happened to you, man?
    He married the wicked witch of the west, for starters.

  2. Well, you can’t underestimate the power of Clinton’s truly awe-inspiring charisma. But James Carville didn’t have jackshit to do with that.

  3. Face it – some of her was bound to rub off on him.
    He’s only a guy, fer cryin’ out loud.

  4. Hey hey, leave the bong out of this. This planet would be alot better if more of these pinched up asshole lunatics would take a hit from the bong.
    When is the last time you heard of some fat white POS beating his wife after smoking a joint? Never! After 14-16 Coors, however…

  5. Thanks for the “explanation”. But it’s analytical manure.
    Exit polls show that in 1992 Perot took away votes from Bush and Clinton almost equally, (source: analysis by FairVote – Center for Voting and Democracy) but apparently no one wants to believe that.
    And, what, Dole was the only GOP candidate Clinton could beat in 1996? Not the mighty Phil Gramm, Lamar Alexander or Pete Wilson? Sure, Colin Powell would’ve been a huge test, but we’ll never know the answer to that contest, because Powell didn’t want to run.
    As much as any other man or woman, Clinton (and his political team) are “responsible” for winning the elections in 92 and 96. I would also credit the national perception of the economy as a central reason.
    But to credit Perot and Dole is doing a tremendous disservice to Clinton (and Carville). Clinton is the best politician our generation will ever see. If Clinton could’ve run again in 2000, he would’ve won handily. But I suppose you would’ve found a way to credit someone else even in that scenario.

  6. Quite simple, really, to answer your question. It isn’t all about him anymore, and he doesn’t like it. That’s not an attractive posture…

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