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Searching for a new angle, James Carville advises Hillary to go back to Plan XY
29 Sep 2008
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Political pundit James Carville has a love affair with an ice cream cone during an interview about the 1992 Presidential Campaign. More behind the scenes Carville footage and information on the filmmakers at: *******mediaburn****/Video-Preview.128.0.html?&uid=219
1 Aug 2009
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource video politics news analysis from Newsy. Ballsy advice for President Obama from longtime Democratic strategist James Carville -- who, in a breakfast discussion hosted by the Christian Science Monitor -- suggested the president doesn’t have ALL the right stuff. CARVILLE: "If Hillary gave [Obama] one of her balls, they'd both have two." (Video courtesy Real Clear Politics) The reporter had asked Carville whether President Obama was - quote - “misunderstood or just being a wimp.” But the not-so-friendly fire sparked debate over whether Carville had a point - coming off a midterm election the president himself deemed a “shellacking.” On Fox News - contributor Juan Williams says it isn’t the first time critics from the left have suggested the commander-in-chief’s gotta man up after what he himself called a “shellacking.” “It is about lack of direction. Why don't you get out there and sell it? ... A lot of Democrats are saying, do you have the fight in you? Are you going to fight right get up off the mat and punch back or simply allow the political narrative to be carried by Republicans who are trying to unseat you for 2012?” TIME’s Joe Klein shares a laugh over the off-color remarks with MSNBC’s Chris Jansing. JOE KLEIN: “So, I don’t understand -- Hillary has three? Isn't it weird?” JANSING: “I think he means she is a whole lot tougher.” KLEIN: “There should be a statute of limitations on James Carville.” (LAUGHTER) But all jokes aside - the debate got heated on CNN’s “John King USA” -- where conservative contributor Erik Erikson and syndicated columnist Roland Martin sparred over whether questioning the president’s manhood was appropriate. ERIKSON: “Big deal.” MARTIN: “But actually, Erik, that speaks to exactly what the problem is. And that is, I do believe you have to have respect for the office.” ERIKSON: “He may be president of the United States but he is also a politician. If he can't handle James Carville saying something like this, trust me I have plenty of friends that have said a lot worse than him.” MARTIN: “I understand that. But it’s still the office.” KING: “Alright I’m gonna call a timeout right here. I’m gonna call a timeout.” And on the same program - Carville phoned in to elaborate -- but struck a defiant tone. “If I offended anybody, I'm not sorry and I don't apologize.” (LAUGHTER) This actually isn’t the first time Carville has served up the joke -- in 2008 when he last said it, though, it was a bit less colorful -- opting instead for the word “cajones.” Get more multi-source political news from Newsy****.
23 Nov 2010
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26 Apr 2009
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14 Sep 2008
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Republican Bill Frist and Democrat James Carville are shown debating the 2008 election on television in this Superbowl commercial, when both say the word "wrong" simultaneously. "Jinx, buy me a Coke," one representative says. They both go outside, and drink coke, while touring Washington DC and watching basketball, happily sharing different perspectives. Commercial ends with Coke branding and slogan, "The Coke side of life."
6 Feb 2008
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Joe Hendel comments on the latest news from Barack Obama to Hilary Clinton to David Paterson to James Carville and more and apologizes for his crude comments about Lindsay Lohan on last Thursday's episode.
17 May 2008
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Jackie and Dunlap on Bill Richardson's endorsement of Obama. Plus exclusive never-seen-before interview footage of Bill and Barack, post-endorsement! *******www.redstateupdate****
26 Mar 2008
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29 Aug 2008
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John McCain's latest gaff on the campaign trail. NOTE: No babies were injured during the drawing of this animation.
21 Oct 2008
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6 Apr 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER: “So I would say that the country is getting acclimated to a president who might be female, who might, obviously, now, be black, and who might be as well a gay person." (Big Think) Former President Jimmy Carter says America is ready for a gay president. His comments come in an interview with website Big Think. CARTER: “Step-by-step, we have realized that this issue of homosexuality has the same adverse and progressive elements as when we dealt with the race issue 50 years ago, or 40 years ago.” The former president says he doesn’t know about the next election -- but says we’re talking sometime in the near future. Panelists on CNN are divided -- a Republican strategist, political columnist and a Democratic strategist. Can you guess who’s who? RICH GALEN, GOP STRATEGIST: “I have spent almost all my entire adult life not paying attention to any theory that Jimmy Carter has. I think I'll keep on doing that.” JOHN AVLON, COLUMNIST: “Eventually, of course, at one point in history we will have a gay president because they run as a president who -- and an American who happens to be gay rather than a gay American president.” JAMES CARVILLE, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: “I'm pretty sure we haven't had a female president yet. I'm less sure we don't have a gay president. How do we know if we haven't had one?” First Things - a blog that says it’s dedicated to a “religiously informed public” -- is, safe to say, not receptive to the former president’s idea -- but concludes -- he’s probably right. “A significant number of Americans have exchanged both the Bible and two millennia of church teaching for a form of liberal-libertarianism in which sexual liberty always trump virtue and natural law, not to mention tradition and the social order.” But to anchors on Fox News’ Red Eye - it’s not so serious. In fact - it’s downright funny. GREG GUTFIELD: “Yes, the wrinkly rascal was asked by Big Think**** (I think they sell brake pads online) if America is ready for a head of state who isn't straight.” BERNADETTE PAULEY: “I have no problem with a gay president, but it better be a butch female, but it better not be a president that will be guest judging on Project Runway. That’s just way too embarrassing.” (LAUGHTER) GUTFIELD: “A butch lesbian who is in the military may be the greatest thing.” PAULEY: “Take no prisoners.” Still -- The Daily Caller’s Laura Donovan says -- hypocrisy, anyone? “Though Carter believes America is ready to elect a gay president, he isn’t quite sure that president should be allowed to marry, at least according to a 2005 Fox News interview.” In that interview Donovan mentions -- Carter had said -- quote -- “There should be a distinction between so-called gay marriages … and a church-ordained blessing of God on a union.” To see the full transcript of that 2005 interview, or to see more of his interview with Big Think -- visit the links in our transcript section. And tell us what YOU think -- IS America ready for a gay president? Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
17 Dec 2010
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BY: ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR: ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy The media is slamming potential 2012 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee after he called out Oscar winner Natalie Portman for quote “glorifying and glamorizing single motherhood.” JILL LAWRENCE: “He’s trying to get headlines, be provocative, and it’s not exactly consonant all the time with being a serious presidential prospect.” “Oh no you don’t, Mike. This is Natalie ‘Freaking’ Portman you’re talking about. This is an actress. A super talented and beautiful one who skipped the premiere of her movie Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace to study for her high school final exams. She attended and graduated from Harvard University with a degree in psychology.” JAMES CARVILLE: “For Republicans his biggest problem is going to be he acknowledged that if it wouldn’t be for the government these children would have nothing to eat and no health care.” But CNN’s Candy Crowley points out- when Huckabee made the comment, he was responding to a very leading question from radio host Michael Medved. “Medved sort of led Huckabee into a question by saying, ‘talking about Natalie Portman the star of Black Swan who won the Oscar who thanked her fiance for giving her her best role yet which is she’s pregnant.’ And Medved said, ‘I think the best gift he could give to her would be a wedding ring.’” But there aren’t many willing to cut the guy any slack. A blogger for the Huffington Post asks.... “Hypocrisy? Bristol Palin out of wedlock giving birth to a child celebrates Republican values because she did not have an abortion. Natalie Portman pregnant somehow is threatening to the social fabric of America and would mean more ‘government assistance and children starving to death and never having health care.’” Huckabee has since backtracked, writing on this Facebook page... “I did not ‘slam’ or ‘attack’ Natalie Portman, nor did I criticize the hardworking single mothers in our country.” So is the media blowing Huckabee’s comments out of proportion? Or should the potential presidential candidate pay more attention to what he says? Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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BY: ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR: ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy The media is slamming potential 2012 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee after he called out Oscar winner Natalie Portman for quote “glorifying and glamorizing single motherhood.” JILL LAWRENCE: “He’s trying to get headlines, be provocative, and it’s not exactly consonant all the time with being a serious presidential prospect.” “Oh no you don’t, Mike. This is Natalie ‘Freaking’ Portman you’re talking about. This is an actress. A super talented and beautiful one who skipped the premiere of her movie Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace to study for her high school final exams. She attended and graduated from Harvard University with a degree in psychology.” JAMES CARVILLE: “For Republicans his biggest problem is going to be he acknowledged that if it wouldn’t be for the government these children would have nothing to eat and no health care.” But CNN’s Candy Crowley points out- when Huckabee made the comment, he was responding to a very leading question from radio host Michael Medved. “Medved sort of led Huckabee into a question by saying, ‘talking about Natalie Portman the star of Black Swan who won the Oscar who thanked her fiance for giving her her best role yet which is she’s pregnant.’ And Medved said, ‘I think the best gift he could give to her would be a wedding ring.’” But there aren’t many willing to cut the guy any slack. A blogger for the Huffington Post asks.... “Hypocrisy? Bristol Palin out of wedlock giving birth to a child celebrates Republican values because she did not have an abortion. Natalie Portman pregnant somehow is threatening to the social fabric of America and would mean more ‘government assistance and children starving to death and never having health care.’” Huckabee has since backtracked, writing on this Facebook page... “I did not ‘slam’ or ‘attack’ Natalie Portman, nor did I criticize the hardworking single mothers in our country.” So is the media blowing Huckabee’s comments out of proportion? Or should the potential presidential candidate pay more attention to what he says? Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
8 Mar 2011
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