James Carville. We reported it yesterday. Today he says it. He was on Good Morning America talking about Obama and the polling data that they have at Carville’s company and what Obama should and should not say.
CARVILLE: I’m worried that when the White House or the campaign talks about the progress that’s being made, people take that as a signal that they think that things are fine and people don’t feel that or believe that. They want to be reassured that he understands the depth of the problem and that he has a plan to deal with the deterioration of the middle class.
RUSH: Deterioration of the middle class. Is that happening? What deterioration of the middle class? We’re three-and-a-half years into this regime. We’re in a recovery. We’ve turned the corner. We’re back from the brink. Obama’s the judge of the middle class. What deterioration of the middle class? Does Carville know what he’s saying? Yes, he does. See, that’s the key. Mr. Democrat, James Carville, shortly after Lanny Davis comes out and says, “Boy, there’s some really vicious people in the Obama campaign.” James Carville: You better not talk about the economy. It’s not gonna work, people aren’t feeling it, they’re living it, there’s middle class deterioration, I don’t know what the president gonna do, he can’t talk about this. People want to know and they want to be reassured he understands. People would like to know that he cares. And that’s what there’s not much evidence of.Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com