Clinton enthusiast James Carville tells CNN that Barack Obama should select Al Gore as his vice president candidate and energy czar in order to “send a signal to the world ... that America’s gettin’ serious about this horrendous problem that we face.”
It was only a matter of time before Barack Obama would have to weigh in on the controversy surrounding the sermons of his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, whose rhetorical flair sometimes verged on the incendiary.
Political analyst James Carville shocked the crowd at CNN’s America Votes 2008 gala by suggesting that Jeb Bush would be the Republican nominee. According to the Ragin’ Cajun: “There is nobody in this field who can rally the Republican Party; he’s the only person in America that can do it.”
During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, Howard Dean defended his chairmanship of the DNC against James Carville’s recent onslaught: “The truth is, we got six governors. We got nine additional legislative chambers. New Hampshire now has a Democratic House and Senate for the first time in a century.”
Not to mention, you know, the Congress. Watch it