Hot Gallery: Check Out These Famous Commentators Before They Were Talkin’ PoliticsAs the 2012 election heats up and the political gaffes keep coming (on both sides), pundits are shifting into overdrive, commentating their ways through a long campaign season of glory and defeat. Take a look at a few of the country's most prominent professional talkers to see what they were like before TV stardom, and after they became seasoned members of the media establishment. By Anna Dimond
Roaming the halls of Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, IL, in 1972, little did Mary Matalin know that not only would she become one of the most recognizable conservative pundits in D.C., but that as the future wife of Democratic strategist James Carville, she'd become one-half of a veritable pundit power-couple.
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