06 May 2013

Carville's Panicked Dog Whistle to the Left:

Commence w/ the Palin treatment, evilmonkeys!

Some people might be startled to hear Democratic strategist James Carville out there on ABC's This Week (with fellow Clinton alum Stephanopouos) -the 'progressive' home field- praising conservative rising-star Ted Cruz up-and-down like this-
yet it appears that's precisely the reaction he was looking for:

'I think he is the most talented and fearless Republican politician I’ve seen in the
last 30 years.

I further think that he’s going to run for president and he is going to create something. 

... I’ve listened to excerpts of his speech in South Carolina.

He touches every button, and this guy has no fear. He just keeps plowing ahead. And he is going to be something to watch... if there's one thing this guy ain't, it's squishy.'

Obviously JC's not trying to drive interest in -or money towards- Sen Ted Cruz (R-Texas) by pointing out the guy who did so much to kill Obama's gun bill is gifted- and sure to be moving-on to bigger and better things as opportunity presents itself.
We can all see that.

What Carville's doing is sounding an alarm to the left's MSM/new media attack machine: IT'S TIME to rip into Cruz just as fast as you can concoct a disingenuous narrative to do it with. Then wash, rinse, repeat until November 2016... same way you tore Palin to shreds in most leftists', many Republicans', and 99% of uninformed idiots' eyes over the last four years.

As might be expected, Demo-socialists in the most dire career situation are usually the most loyal left-wing attack dogs in such character assassination campaigns, happy to help nuke a good person's honor in a craven attempt to keep themselves relevant/employed another week.

In this case, corrupt, perverted former NM Governor
Bill Richardson promptly spewed these gems: Cruz is 'uncivil' and 'rude', and 'sort of the Republicans' latest flavor'. But the cherry on the sundae has got to be 'I don't think he should be defined as a Hispanic, he's a politician...
from a conservative state'

But your name is Richardson- and you ARE 'Hispanic enough'?

Just like Allen West shouldn't be defined as 'black'- 
seems his mind just ain't right, IS IT you racist 

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