Someone should wash Carville’s mouth out with soap

“Mr. Richardson’s endorsement came right around the anniversary of the day when Judas sold out for 30 pieces of silver, so I think the timing is appropriate, if ironic,” Mr. Carville said, referring to Holy Week. Link

Carville is a mercenary, and he’s a specialist in the kind of personal-loyalty racketeer politics that the Bush machine also specializes in. Whenever possible he’ll double-cross the majority of rank and file Democrats in order to cut a deal, in the same way that the Bush administration is always willing to betray Republican principles for the sake of a little graft. To Carville everything is deals and payoffs, so when Richardson dared to defy the family that had made him, Carville decided he was a traitor who must be smeared. Thank God that Richardson has more smarts than the average gangbanger.
Carville’s lovely wife, Mary Matalin, is part of Dick Cheney’s inner circle. Why would anyone ever trust the guy? Whoever washes his filthy mouth out should also swab it for second-hand Cheney semen.

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4 thoughts on “Someone should wash Carville’s mouth out with soap

  1. Sure, a Clinton supporter should have his “mouth washed out with soap” but let an Obama supporter spout filth and everything’s all hunky-dory.
    Richardson’s decision to endorse Obama comes at an incredibly bizarre time. Why now? The New Mexico primary is over and done and Hillary won it. (If Richardson’s now a “superdelegate” and he’s publicly endorsed Obama, doesn’t that mean that he’s going “against the will of the people”? That was, after all, one of the key Obama talking points when Obama trailed in the total delegate count: That the superdelegates should honor the “will of the people” and support the “people’s” candidate. You don’t hear much about that when it comes to the Obama supers who are going contrary to their states’ voters’ will.)
    It looks strangely suspicious that Obama, who hasn’t fared too well with the Latino vote, is *suddenly* getting endorsed by the only Latino who’d made a bid for the White House (and one who had been a strong supporter of the Clintons during Bill’s time in the White House).
    I’ll almost guarantee that had Richardson endorsed Clinton, the Obama camp would be screaming about Richardson’s putting loyalty over the party’s “best interest” (i.e., Obama).
    And compared to the garbage that Obama’s “mentor of 20 years” was caught spewing (and Obama’s absurd defense of the man), what Carville said is hardly that offensive. Unless you’re an Obama supporter.

  2. It looks strangely suspicious that Obama, who hasn’t fared too well with the Latino vote, is *suddenly* getting endorsed by the only Latino who’d made a bid for the White House (and one who had been a strong supporter of the Clintons during Bill’s time in the White House).
    That’s loony. What’s sudden about this? What’s suspicious? Richardson explained himself very well.
    I’m an Obama supporter since Edwards left the race, but I posted because for a variety of reasonsI’ve disliked Carville for a long, long time . Your post has an air of desperation, which is

  3. Your post has an air of desperation, which is understandable at this point. I’ve been an Obama supporter since Edwards dropped out, but I’m far from an Obama loyalist. I’ve disliked Carville for a long time, for a variety of good reasons, and that’s why I took this opportunity to post. It would have been nice if you had said something about the topic I wrote about.
    It looks strangely suspicious that Obama, who hasn’t fared too well with the Latino vote, is *suddenly* getting endorsed by the only Latino who’d made a bid for the White House (and one who had been a strong supporter of the Clintons during Bill’s time in the White House).
    That’s just goofy. Why “suspicious”? Why “sudden”? I think Richardson explained himself very well. If a long-time friend of Clinton switches to Obama, it seems to me that the Clinton people are the ones who have egg on their face.

  4. Carville is a master triangulator who somehow didn’t have the killer instinct to go after Dick and George when we still had enough American wealth to salvage the game.
    Why would anyone listen to him now?

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