“People will know you by the company you keep,”
Kyle-Anne Shiver’s grandmother, American Thinker .
James Carville, as attributed by Adam Nagourney and Jeff Zeleny, New York Times :
“Mr. Richardson’s endorsement came right around the anniversary of the day when Judas sold out for 30 pieces of silver, so I think the timing is appropriate, if ironic,”
Matthew Yglesias, Atlantic :
Did James Carville really compare Bill Richardson to Judas? Why, yes, it seems that he did! Maybe the Clinton camp’s inner circle has just totally lost touch with reality and they really think that sort of thing is appropriate. The mindset seems a little bizarre, though. When Richardson accepted the appointment as U.N. Ambassador from Bill Clinton was he supposed to take it for granted that that constituted an implicit promise to endorse Clinton’s wife’s presidential campaign years in the future? That he’d signed-on for lifetime service to the House of Clinton?
Is Yglesias just now becoming aware of Carvile’s nature? Carville in reference to Paula Jones, via CNN :
“If you drag a hundred dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you’ll find,”
More Carville quotes .
If Bill Richardson is Judas, which Clinton, B.J. or Mrs,, is the Ragin Cajun analogizing to Jesus? Evidently, the white trash from Arkansas are not content to think of themselves as mere royalty. Do one or both Clintons think of themselves as god? No wonder they think they are entitled to office.
I call upon Mrs. Clinton to repudiate Carville and then to fire him At least the Reverend Jeremiah Wright is a Christian. What religion are the Clintons?