Carville states less Christie and more Palin is 'a good day'
CARVILLE: Any day that you have more Sarah Palin and less Chris Christie, is a good day for James Carville.
Below you can find some of the notable comments made Sunday on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." Guests included White House economic adviser Gene Sperling; Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H; and former NBA Star Dennis Rodman. Plus the powerhouse roundtable with ABC News' Matthew Dowd and Cokie Roberts; Democratic strategist James Carville; Wall Street Journal editorial page editor Paul Gigot; and Mia Love, Republican mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Love urges Republicans to stick together and stop 'eating each other'
LOVE: Look, I think we need to have a debate. I don't like the fact that Republicans are eating each other. If you think about this, Democrats tend to, tend to stick together based on one issue. And we tend to divide based on many different issues.
Dowd likens the Catholic Church's problems to the Republican Party
DOWD: I think we're at that moment in time where they have to make a decision. Actually similar to the Republican party in the same exact thing. They can either retrench and become a minority institution, or they can expand. Youth are leaving the Church. Minorities in the developed world are leaving…women don't feel a real role in the Church at this time and it's dominated by mostly older, white men.
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