Skip to comments.Today Will Transform the Presidential Race! Dick Morris TV: Lunch ALERT! (Video at link)
Posted on 09/07/2011 8:52:59 AM PDT by Signalman
The debate tonight marks the start of the real race for the nomination. Pre-season is over. Dick explains what's at stake for each candidate and what Perry must do to deserve front runner status
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Sorry, here’s the correct link:
Dick Morris is wrong so often, one is perfectly safe in assuming 180 out as to what he predicts.
Does anyone know which network will carry the debate. I can’t find it on my tv guide for Dish Network.
Is there a way to watch the debate live online?
I disagree with Morris. I don’t think Perry needs to put in a stellar performance to hold his lead.
I just think he needs to introduce himself to the American people, the way the others all did in the first debate.
I understand there are fires in Texas, but if Perry doesn’t participate in any debates, he’ll definitely lose momentum. And I agree that Palin and Christie are running out of time.
Strategically, I think Palin should sit this one out and try to get a cabinet-level position in the next GOP administration. While I personally like her, she needs more time on the national stage, with legitimate responsibilities, to wipe off the stink that the media has lobbed on her over the past 3 years. Unfairly earned as they may be, her negatives are just “too damned high” when it comes to the general election.
I’m a Herman Cain man, but I’d be comfortable with most of the folks who are in the race currently. Most ;-)
I found my answer:
Air Date: Wednesday, September 7th at 8pm EST on MSNBC
I don’t get msnbc. So, I guess I won’t get to watch.
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I think she is running. If not, she will have to wait 8 yrs. We need her now but maybe things are so messed up that anyone elected can't change the course we are on for some yrs to come.
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