Carville Calls for More Stimulus
James Carville on with Imus. James Carville out there, (imitating Carville) “Humanitarian crisis out there. It’s a humanitarian crisis brewing.” Now, we got the sound bite. He’s on Imus and he’s warning of unrest, there could be riots out there. But don’t misunderstand what the Ragin’ Cajun is saying. He’s not saying that people will be rioting ’cause of Obama. He’s not saying people will be rioting because they’re unhappy with Obama and the job situation. He’s really saying that they would be rioting in demand of another stimulus package. That that’s exactly right. Exactly right. Basically warning that there will be riots if we don’t have another stimulus, the same thing that Obama subtly suggested pushing for his first one. It’s what all these dire predictions are about, getting more stimulus money into their campaign coffers before 2012. That’s why the push for another stimulus, more slush fund money. Here is Carville, and this was yesterday morning, Imus in the Morning on the radio plus syndicated on the Fox Business Channel, and the question from Imus, “You all famously said when Bill Clinton ran it, ‘It’s the economy, stupid.’ It’s gonna be the same thing this time, isn’t it?”
CARVILLE: If 54,000 new jobs is the new standard it’s gonna be a very, very rough 2012 for President Obama. I can’t tell you what’s gonna happen but, yes, if this last jobs number is an indication of future jobs number, it’s gonna be very, very rough. People — if it continues we’re gonna see some civil unrest in this country. I hate to say that, but I think it’s eminently possible.
RUSH: Eminently possible if we continue, gonna see some civil unrest in this country, riots, if it continues. Now, using intelligence guided by experience, how would it not continue in their minds? We know that Obama’s policies are not gonna correct it. They’ve created the problem. So we’re not gonna have a fix. We’re not gonna have a great turnaround in unemployment trending downward. So this is Carville pushing for another stimulus.