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His irritation over the point is perhaps the main pleasure in reading his book.
Carville's writing style makes his arguments seem more like angry rants, and though entertaining, this can get kind of annoying.
I have never read a Carville book before; for the main reason that in the past I felt like I really could not stand him.
Got this for my wife and haven't read it, but from what I hear from her it makes sense and she's got two Ivy League degrees...so it must be so!Published 11 months ago by Frank C. Ewing
I like his earthy style, and Carville knows more about the political landscape than any Fox News pundit. The book is a bit disjointed and redundant, but accurate and prescient. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jmitch
To be sure, I am a conservative and not a republican. Every 4 years Americans hold a presidential election. Somebody wins and somebody loses. That's life. 2008 was an anomaly. Read morePublished 14 months ago by LARRY
This is the easiest of all books to review, even with the enigma of an accurate conclusion for all the wrong reasons. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gderf
Some of the material is "dated", as you might expect, since it was written some time ago. But, Carville's "down home" wisdom and insight is both entertaining and... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Art E. Garcia
Don't bother with this book - all of James "Area 51" Carville's predictions have been smashed to pieces. Read morePublished on September 22, 2011 by HondaV65
Holy Cow, how could anyone be proven wrong in such a short time. 40 Years? It didnt last 2 years. I think he needs to listen to his wife more.Published on November 5, 2010 by nvelli
Especially in light of what happened on Tuesday, the premise for this book really is a stitch. Remember the one about the Thousand-Year Reich?Published on November 4, 2010 by Bill Matchneer