They're entertaining but not, perhaps, experts in the field.
Democratic strategist James Carville and former assistant to President George W. Bush Mary Matalin, introduced at the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trust's November conference as "America's most well-known politically polarized couple," did a schtick on their marriage, the election, Mr. Carville's movie career and — oh yeah — real estate?
During their remarks at the closing breakfast, Mr. Carville compared the Democrats' losing the White House and Congress to the real estate market.
Here's a sample:
"Can we wait 50 years for someone as skilled as Clinton to come around?" said Mr. Carville. "If 30% of real estate makes money, you don't deny it. You just try to correct it."