After the democratic inspired media frenzy of the past several weeks over Rush Limbaugh's sentiments of wishing to see President Obama fail, it is curious to examine who was behind the Limbaugh attacks and what he himself had to say not so long ago.
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, just minutes before learning of the terrorist attacks on America, Democratic strategist James Carville was hoping for President Bush to fail, telling a group of Washington reporters: "I certainly hope he doesn't succeed."
Minutes later, as news of the terrorist attacks reached the hotel conference room where the Democrats were having breakfast with the reporters, Carville announced: "Disregard everything we just said! This changes everything!"
Does this really surprise anyone? I mean the number one most rabid talking head of the Clinton years (James Carville) is not only the accuser and instigator against Limbaugh? But Carville did exactly the same thing that he and the democrats are lambasting Limbaugh for. And he did it on the morning of September 11, 2001!
But the media passed on critiquing either Carville or the democrat party on his shared discontent at the time. And rest assured that they never look back before running to press with a fresh piece of red meat for the democrats.
But I do have to wonder. Does anyone else wonder, if James Carville has concerned himself with worry or self examination over his own actions and accusations of September 11, 2001?
Somehow I don't think so. Democrats have more shoe dropping on a regular basis, that Emelda Marcos' during an earthquake. And no one ever seems to even notice.