Carville To Romney: "There’s Some Glory In An Unspoken Thought"
James Carville and Mary Matalin debate how the Republican candidate's trip overseas shapes his image.
COOPER: Well, James, with 100 days to go, did it make sense for him to go overseas?
CARVILLE: No. I don't think it'll do the trick. The visuals are good, he just opened his mouth. If they can figure out a way to take pictures and get him to shut up, he'd have a successful trip, but it doesn't work like that. And Mitt Romney is a man who is convinced that the world and the country wants to know his opinion on every single thing. And you know, that's the commentators on cable television. That's not for presidential candidates. So he's got to learn to understand that there's some glory in an unspoken thought. And that would help him a lot.