'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
- Abraham Lincoln -

Wednesday, January 11, 2012


From the Washington Examiner's "Dim Bulb" segment:
Dim Bulb: Democratic political strategist James Carville 
Who: Democratic political strategist James Carville

What: Claims "Tea Partiers think clean water tramples on their constitutional right to be poisoned."

Why it's dim: Carville's statement appeared in a fund-raising letter, but even in those, can't there be at least a semblance of truthfulness?

Cure: Go back to Louisiana and live among real people for a few years.
What amazes me is the fact that there are people out there - and lots of them - who received Carville's idiotic fund-raising letter, read it, and agreed with the notion that conservatives' want poisoned water.

Good God. Carville really does need to get a life.