Toby found the following excerpt last night while reading an article on CNN. I had him copy and paste it so that I could post it this morning. No, I’m not trying to start anything, but I do feel justified. My comparison of Richardson "turning his back on the one who brought him to the dance" was rather mild compared to James Carville’s response:
"…Clinton aides also distanced themselves from remarks made this weekend by Clinton supporter and CNN analyst James Carville.
Carville told the New York Times Saturday that New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson's endorsement of Obama "came right around the anniversary of the day when Judas sold out [Jesus] for 30 pieces of silver."
On Monday, Carville defended his comments.
"That's exactly what I said and ... I think the quote had the desired intent ... that people saw Richardson and saw somebody who is disloyal," Carville told Wolf Blitzer. "I'm very satisfied with the response I gave."
Carville also said he hadn't spoken with Hillary Clinton about Richardson's endorsement, but that he was outraged.
"I doubt if Gov. Richardson and I will be terribly close in the future," he said, but "I've had my say ... I got one in the wheelhouse and I tagged him."…"
Here is the video link.