WASHINGTON — Famed Democratic strategist James Carville told President Barack Obama that it was time to start panicking and urged him to fire some of his key advisers in an op-ed Thursday.The mastermind of Bill Clinton’s 1992 election victory noted that the president’s weak poll numbers and two key losses in House special elections this week meant it was time to push the panic button.”People often ask me what advice I would give the White House about various things, Carville, a CNN contributor, wrote on his employer’s website. “Today I was mulling over election results from New York and Nevada while thinking about that very question. What should the White House do now? One word came to mind: Panic.” The “Ragin’ Cajun” offered a three step plan to get things back on track, urging the president to “Fire, Indict, Fight.”"Fire somebody. No — fire a lot of people. This may be news to you but this is not going well,” he wrote.He also advised Obama to start to indict some people on Wall Street who were involved in the financial scandal.”There are certain people in American finance who haven’t been held responsible for utterly ruining the economic fabric of our country,” he wrote, arguing that his attorney general had not done enough to prosecute “irresponsible actions on Wall Street.”"I know Attorney General Eric Holder is a close friend of yours, but if his explanations aren’t good, fire him too,” he advised.Finally, Carville urged the president to stand on principle.”Make a case like a Democrat. While we are going along with the Republican austerity garbage, who is making the case against it? It’s not the Democrats!” he wrote.