"After Mitt tried to steal my line, you know I have to call him out."
--Former adviser to Bill Clinton and Democratic Strategist James Carville in an email blast for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. During his victory speech after Tuesday's primaries Mitt Romney said, "It's still about the economy and we're not stupid," a phrase based on Carville's famous line from the 1992 election, "It's the economy, stupid." Romney obviously didn't steal the line. He made a reference to what has become a cliche and threw it back at the party that came up with it. Furthermore, Carville looks like a praying mantis.