Every time Carville opens his mouth like he did today, I'm just going to keep dumping more of this oppo. When it comes to Carville, there is a lot of it, and it is really easy to come by. For example, James Carville and Paul Begala in the Washington Monthly, June 2000
: By choosing former Georgia governor Zell Miller as his running mate, Al Gore could add intellectual brainpower, rhetorical firepower, and lots of plain old populist piss-and-vinegar to this staid election.
Good call. I guess Joe Lieberman was too liberal and pro-Democratic for Carville and Begala. The foresight demonstrated by Carville and Begala on who should lead the Democratic Party is breathtaking.
There is a difference between Howard Dean and James Carville. Unlike Dean, Carville represents the anti-Democratic wing of the Democratic Party. Carville's favorite Democrats are consistently those who attack other Democrats whenever possible.