SCARBOROUGH: James Carville, you never really had this problem with Bill Clinton. The more trouble he got into, the higher his poll numbers went.
CARVILLE: That's correct. I remember, I remember.
SCARBOROUGH: That's good. Yeah, I do too. But what's going on here, James? You got like, the economy is growing at 2.5%, 3%. Not anemic. We got some problems out there. But, like, the economy, 31% approve; 65% disapprove. This is something bigger going on. What is it?
JAMES CARVILLE: What's been going on for a long time is economy is not growing for a lot of people. By the way, it hasn't been growing for a lot of people since the '70s. So, it's sort of catching up and then you're looking at dysfunction. I think the best thing he can do is take a toke on the Mayor of Toronto's crack pipe because his numbers are about 48%.