To: library user
Is it wrong that I’d prefer Morris back than to continue hearing from Rove? Morris may be right only 10% of the time, but at least he isn’t actively trying to destroy conservatives at every turn.
posted on 02/05/2013 4:36:22 PM PST
You are right. As wrong as he often was Morris was just trying to rightly predict.
Rove seeks to change outcomes.
posted on 02/05/2013 4:40:08 PM PST
For entertainment value I’d rather listen to Dick Morris than Sarah Palin or Karl Rove. The whole Dick Morris gig is just fun.
Hate Rove at this point, and Sarah never polished her delivery. IMHO.
posted on 02/05/2013 4:41:42 PM PST
If it’s wrong then I am wrong too. Poppin Fresh can take a flying leap at the moon AFAIC.
posted on 02/05/2013 4:46:46 PM PST
(The irresponsible should not be leading the responsible.)
Is it wrong that Id prefer Morris back than to continue hearing from Rove?
Changing stations HAS to be an option. I saw Morris in person at a fundraier for a good man in Chicago. Morris was telling us all (largely FREEPer types, many on this board) we had to support Romney. This was BEFORE the Illinois and Wisconsin primaries. Hack.
posted on 02/05/2013 4:54:39 PM PST
by Dr. Sivana
("C'est la vie" say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell. -- Chuck Berry)
They are both part of the problem. Neither one is worth a rats a$$. Just salesmen self promoting. The Music Man as it were.
To: Viennacon; library user; All
I think that one of the basic reasons that Morris was off the mark on many of his political analyses is because he grossly underestimated Democratic corruption on many things.
posted on 02/05/2013 6:39:46 PM PST
(Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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