Democratic strategist James Carville is no more optimistic about President Obama's prospects today than he was a month ago when he urged Obama to fire his economic staff.
Here's what Carville said Tuesday in an interview with radio host Scott Hennen:
"Look, this is an election that is going to be very difficult for an incumbent president to win. Having said that, I don't know how much more the Republicans could do to try to give it to him than they're doing. So, we'll have to wait and see."
"Everything worries me in this environment. Nobody’s gotten elected with these kinds of numbers. So, I’m worried in the general election. I profoundly admit that. Again, Romney’s just making a technocratic kind of confidence argument, and he’s really kind of a windsock of a guy. If you don’t like his position on something, give it a day he’ll change it."
Listen to the full exchange: