The midweek edition of the Morning Jolt examines Rick Santorum’s thoughts on the devil, Sheldon Adelson’s spending spree to create a President Gingrich, and then these two concluding thoughts . . .
Put Not Your Faith in Always-Entertaining Pundits
At Hot Air, Tina Korbe informs us:
On Don Imus’ radio program this morning, CNN contributor James Carville boldly proclaimed that no Republican will beat Obama in 2012.
He didn’t say, though, that Barack Obama cannot lose. Oh, no. Events could conspire against him:
The only way the president will lose according to Carville is if some event takes place and changes things. He maintained it wouldn’t be the result of the GOP nominee outshining Obama.
“Right now, things are starting to perk up a little bit,” he said. “Who knows? This is the — no Republican can beat Obama. Events can beat Obama. He’s not going to get beat by a Republican. Now events could come in and cause him to lose the election. But that’s it right now. That was not the case three months ago.”
Hey, just as a reminder, James Carville’s last book: “40 More Years: How the Democrats Will Rule the Next Generation.”
ADDENDA: Your “Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!” thought of the day, courtesy Ace at the Ace of Spades: If the signatures calling for a recall election are verified and the state goes ahead with the recall election, when the day of the Democratic primary arrives, “It is an open primary so anyone with a Wisconsin drivers license or ID can vote in it. If you so agree please go vote and ‘write in’ Scott Walker in the line provided for write in candidates. If he receives enough votes, there won’t be a recall because he can’t run against himself. It would save the state of Wisconsin the exorbitant election fees. In the neighborhood of $2.3 million. If you agree with this, please pass it on. There is a face-book page and a web site set up to drum up support, and it has been going strong so far. Let’s at least try to stop this dead in its tracks.”
I realize Ash Wednesday is not the ideal day for a “Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!” thought, but sometimes you have to enjoy these opportunities as they arrive.