I will get a political treat tonight when I will be seeing James Carville and Mary Matalin appearing together over at Brenau University.
Some of the luster has been taken off their political shine by their support of losing candidates this year (Matalin supported Fred Thompson and Carville supported Hillary Clinton's slowly dying campaign), but it should still be interesting.
When I have seen them interviewed in the past, I found them both very partisan to an extreme, although I hope to gain some insight into the concept of partisanship by listening to them. Specifically, is it possible to find a middle ground without giving up your political beliefs?
That is the political anomaly of the Carville-Matalin marriage.