On CNN this evening, Clintonista James Carville voiced his displeasure with tonight's proceedings as having no theme, no message.
"James Carville seems the least satisfied Democrat in here right now," noted CNN's Anderson Cooper. "What's going on James?"
"Well if this party has a message it has done a hell of a job of hiding it tonight I promise you that," Carville said.
"How do you mean?" asked the anchor. "You haven't heard about Iraq? You haven't heard about John McCain?"
"...George W. Bush, you haven't heard any of this," said Carville. "I mean we are a country that's borderline recession, 85% 80% wrong track country, people, health care, energy, I haven't heard anything about gas prices, I mean maybe we are going to look better Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday but right now like I say we are playing hide the message pretty good."
"David Gergen said this a short time ago, that in the first two hours what is the message?" said Cooper.
"And you know what? David didn't get to where he was in life because he's stupid He was exactly right. I look at this and I am about to jump out of my chair...There's no message coming out of here, there is no sense that the party has a sense of urgency, and we've only got four nights this is 25% of the whole thing."
Watch it here.