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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

James Carville Says He Hopes Palin Runs in 2012; Says She is Always a "Potential Train Wreck" - Video 11/16/09


Here is video of Larry King Live last night where a panel discussed Sarah Palin and her new book tour for "Going Rogue."

James Carville said he thought her first interview with Oprah went well, and that "she served notice on the Republican Party" that she is a serious player for the 2012 Nomination. Carville said she has some real support out there, and the Republicans will "have to deal with her."

S.E. Cupp, conservative columnist, said Palin is "unstoppable," and that Oprah really missed a chance to discuss things of substance with Palin. Instead, Cupp said Oprah sought to marginalize her by asking mostly about "tawdry" things - Bristol's pregnancy, Levi Johnston, etc.

S.E. Cupp said the mainstream media has decided to try and trivialize and "sexualize" young, attractive, conservative women. That comment set off a firestorm on the program. The Democrats on the panel said Palin "sexualized herself" by "winking" and posing for a provocative photo for a "Runner's" magazine that wound up as the cover of Newsweek. Carville said she has brought it on herself.

Carville said he hopes she runs because everytime she speaks or appears she is a "potential train wreck."

4 comments:

r4 dsi November 17, 2009 at 10:46 PM  

His 15 minutes has been over with and he now trolls for any type of money and attention. likewise, I hope Obama runs again in 2012.

Anonymous,  November 18, 2009 at 12:21 AM  

Bush use to wink a lot. That's not sexual. The Democrats are scared and they have every right to be. They are the potential train wreck.

Anonymous,  December 11, 2009 at 12:23 AM  

what if she switched parties? looks like the republicans are becoming an all conservative party now days just like in the 80s!

Anonymous,  December 11, 2009 at 12:25 AM  

just saying their are more conservatives in the Democratic Party now than their were a decade ago. looks like the "Goofy Old Party" has lost its luster and appeal!

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