The liberal strategist didn't back down, asserting, "Yeah. I do." Does Carville "stand by" his prediction? Clearly, he's already off by at least two years with the remaining 38 still in question. (The analysis first appeared in 40 More Years: How the Democrats Will Rule the Next Generation , Carville's book on the subject.)
Carville then went on to oddly cite the 2000 election (among others) as an example of the coming Democratic wave. Harris did not press him to explain how such a prediction could still be considered operative (at least for 2010).
Carville last appeared on the November 4, 2010  GMA, two days after the midterm election. For that segment, co-host George Stephanopoulos, a friend and former Clinton colleague, skipped the awkward subject.
Yet, when Carville appeared on the May 4, 2009 GMA to promote his book, an ABC graphic trumpeted, "Democrats 1932-1968, Republicans 1968-2008, Democrats 2008-2048?" (Stephanopoulos did ask about the predictions on the January 25, 2010 show.)
A transcript of the November 13 segment, which aired at 7:04am EST, follows: