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  • Dick Morris: Bush's 'Great Speech'

    05/15/2006 9:47:42 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 125 replies · 3,774+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 16 May 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    Arguably America’s most prominent American political consultant, Dick Morris tells NewsMax that President Bush’s key national address on immigration reform Monday night was "a great speech.” "It included all the elements it had to,” said Morris, who noted the president is living through record low approval ratings. But Morris conjectures Bush’s border plan may help lay the ground work for a comeback. Morris is almost universally credited with piloting Bill Clinton’s stunning comeback re-election victory in 1996 after the Democrats lost Congress to the Republicans two years before. The presidential plan to beef up the southern border fence in both...
  • Dick Morris: Rousing the isolation genie

    04/18/2006 7:04:54 PM PDT · by Jean S · 41 replies · 1,214+ views
    The Hill ^ | 4/19/06 | Dick Morris
    The most recent poll by USA Today clearly marks the end of the era of international focus and energy triggered by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. Now, forgetting the lessons of that day, Americans are again turning inward and rejecting involvement with the rest of the world. To most politicians, pundits and journalists inside the Beltway, American voters can move to the left or the right on foreign-policy questions. But the voters themselves perceive a third option: to step backward.Isolationism, a largely ignored theme in our politics, is growing rapidly in the wake of the sacrifices we are making...
  • Why Hillary Looks Stoppable

    04/12/2006 2:34:47 PM PDT · by neverdem · 70 replies · 3,242+ views ^ | April 13, 2006 | Dick Morris
    Suddenly, thankfully, it does not seem that Hillary Clinton is on an automatic trajectory to become the next Democratic nominee for president. Two recent polls suggest problems that may loom in her path. From New York state comes the latest John Zogby poll, forecasting a race for the Senate instead of a cakewalk. For the first time since GOP wannabe Jeanine Pirro dropped out of the race, polls indicate that New Yorkers hare having second thoughts about re-electing Hillary. While the former first lady was leading her main opponent, John Spencer, 61-31 in Zogby’s Jan. 13 poll, her lead is...
  • A KEY VOTE, SOUTH OF THE BORDER (dumbo Dick says we should kiss Mexico's backside, or else)

    04/06/2006 2:26:48 AM PDT · by Liz · 10 replies · 615+ views
    NY POST ^ | April 6, 2006 | EDITORIIALS
    **** Dick Morris....states that the United States would be in more danger if our enemies infiltrated Mexico than if Mexico infiltrated the United States (PostOpinion, April 3)......being that Mexico has the most corrupt government in this hemisphere, I would rather see Mexico infiltrated by our enemies. Corruption in Mexico would come to a screeching halt. The Bronx **** It makes me ill to think about the current Mexican illegal-immigration....... I also sincerely feel that this is our final wake-up call for all Americans to fight this mass incursion.......What will happen when the millions of illicit migrants realize that they are...
  • How The GOP Can Survive The Immigration Debate

    03/29/2006 8:02:53 PM PST · by MaineVoter2002 · 94 replies · 1,395+ views
    NewsMax ^ | March 29, 2006 | Dick Morris
    How The GOP Can Survive The Immigration Debate Dick Morris Wednesday, March 29, 2006 The immigration bill pending in Congress poses as crucial a test for GOP efforts to reach out to Hispanic voters as the 1964 Civil Rights Act did in determining the future partisan preferences of America's African-Americans...
  • Dick Morris: Clinton on Dubai Payroll

    03/04/2006 11:50:51 AM PST · by drhogan · 57 replies · 1,627+ views ^ | March 4, 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    Dick Morris: Clinton on Dubai Payroll Former President Bill Clinton is up to his eyeballs in dealings with Dubai, his former top political adviser has revealed. According to Dick Morris, author of the best-selling book, "Condi vs, Hillary," Clinton is a paid agent of the crown prince of Dubai, now involved in a firestorm over its deal to take over some of the operations at six major U.S. ports. "Bill Clinton is a senior adviser - a paid adviser - to a company called Ukepa which recently set up a relationship with a group called the Yucaipa Investment group to...

    03/03/2006 7:07:54 PM PST · by Mia T · 214 replies · 8,442+ views
    O'Reilly Factor | 3.03.06 | Mia T
    DICK MORRIS: CLINTON IS A PAID AGENT OF THE CROWN PRINCE OF DUBAI by Mia T, 03.03.06   A CALL TO IMPEACH CLINTON IN ABSENTIA by Mia T, 11.17.05         id you see it? More to the point, did the American press? bill clinton made page one of Al Jazeera today. A schizophrenic mix of schadenfreude and agitprop, it was the story of an impeached ex-president of America trashing America--to standing Os--in the Arab state of Dubai--in the middle of a war zone--only several hundred miles from the American troops. And, to rub it in, the...
  • Dick Morris: Look out, here comes Al (& Nixon’s ’68 Comeback Offers Clues for Gore)

    02/22/2006 5:46:58 AM PST · by Mr. Brightside · 105 replies · 2,732+ views
    The Hill ^ | 2/22/06 | Dick Morris / Roger Stone
    Look Out, Here Comes Al Dick Morris February 22, 2006 Gore may be a man whose time has come in his party. It was he who warned of climate change and predicted its consequences. Hurricane Katrina was just a fulfillment of the prophesies Gore wrote about in his late-1980s book Earth in the Balance. snip History indicates that candidates who won the popular vote but lost in the Electoral College have all come back to win revenge in subsequent elections. Andrew Jackson, cheated in 1824, won in 1828. Grover Cleveland, cheated in 1888, triumphed in 1892. snip Could Al beat...
  • Morris: "Cheney needed 24 hours to sober up" after shooting

    02/16/2006 6:22:22 PM PST · by pabianice · 229 replies · 7,428+ views
    Fox News | 2/16/06
    The Moonbats are out tonight and howling! Dick Morris, just on Fox, told Hannity that the reason Cheney didn't immediately notify the Royal Dinosaur White House Press Corps of the accident was 'because he needed a day to sober up first before being questioned.' The Libs are imploding!
  • Dick Morris: Fears of Condi Spurred Hillary's Racial Remarks

    01/18/2006 5:52:20 PM PST · by wagglebee · 98 replies · 3,486+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 1/19/06 | Dick Morris
    Sources close to New York civil rights leader Rev Al Sharpton tell me that Hillary used his annual Martin Luther King Day forum to liken the House Republican majority's conduct of the House of Representatives to a "plantation" because she fears a Sharpton challenge in the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primary. Hillary also fears that if Sharpton were to challenge her, it could weaken her in a possible contest against Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the fall, if Rice were to be the GOP nominee. "She is afraid of Condi," one of Sharpton's key people said. "She did not attend...

    07/30/2004 9:52:31 AM PDT · by bjcoop · 48 replies · 2,910+ views
    From The NEW YORK POST: THE BAGEL CANDIDACY By DICK MORRIS July 30, 2004 -- I LOVED Bill Clinton's speech. I was inspired by John Edwards. Barack Obama thrilled me. Max Cleland made me grow as a person as I heard him . . . And then there was John Kerry. All around him was eloquence but, in the center of the bagel, there was a speech that was a letdown. And did he just tell 140,000 men and women fighting in Iraq that they are there because of a mistake? By insisting that we are in Iraq because we...
  • DICK MORRIS: Kerry's Boston tea party could yet end in tears

    07/26/2004 3:04:04 PM PDT · by MadIvan · 35 replies · 3,299+ views
    The Times ^ | July 27, 2004 | Dick Morris
    THE CENTRAL question facing the John Kerry campaign is whether to tilt left or go down the middle this week at the Democratic national convention in Boston. While American political conventions do not make any important decisions — everything is arranged in advance — they amount to a four-day opportunity to showcase the party programme on prime-time television. Even though the broadcast networks constantly cut back on their coverage of the conventions, cable news channels more than pick up the slack. In 2000 half of all American voters watched more than four hours of convention coverage and a quarter, the...
  • BREAKING THE TIE (Dick Morris)

    07/01/2004 8:32:50 PM PDT · by neverdem · 72 replies · 244+ views
    NY Post ^ | July 1, 2004 | DICK MORRIS
    VIRTUALLY every poll shows a dead heat between President Bush and Sen. John Kerry; the tie has persisted ever since early May, when Iraq let the Democrat back into the race. Some polls suggest Bush has recovered in the past month; others, that he's still slipping. Either way, the two campaigns are locked in mortal combat and each has to be looking for a way to break the tie. Yet beneath it all lies a deep consensus that spans the parties and both genders. Voters overwhelmingly believe that Bush would be the better president to wage the War on Terror....
  • Dick Morris Reveals Whitewater Secret in New Book

    05/04/2004 7:48:58 PM PDT · by truthandlife · 141 replies · 277+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 5-4-04 | Carl Limbacher
    In his new book "Rewriting History," longtime aide to Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dick Morris reveals that he's guarded a secret about the Whitewater scandal for nearly a decade that could have led to Clinton's removal from office. "What I was not talking about and have not for eight years is an incident that took place in 1996," he told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" on Tuesday. Morris alleged that Clinton improperly influenced U.S. District Court Judge Henry Woods to dismiss Whitewater charges against then-Arkansas Gov. Jim Guy Tucker, who had threatened to go public about Hillary's involvement in...
  • For ambitious Hillary Clinton, it's now or never (Morris)

    03/18/2004 7:49:29 PM PST · by knak · 61 replies · 5,961+ views
    It's unlikely she'll ever be president unless she's on the ticket in 2004 DICK MORRIS Cagle If Sen. John Kerry beats President Bush and Sen. Hillary Clinton is not on the Democratic ticket as a vice presidential candidate, she will probably never be president of the United States. This cold, hard fact is staring the Clintons in the face as they assess the best way to inaugurate a new Clinton presidency. Consider the options and their historic contexts: If Kerry wins in 2004, he will very likely seek re-election. The last time a president served four years and didn't try...
  • Morris Urges Rove To Go Negative on Kerry

    03/03/2004 3:31:56 PM PST · by kattracks · 50 replies · 171+ views ^ | 3/03/04 | Carl Limbacher and Staff
    Former Clinton White House political guru Dick Morris is urging his Bush administration counterpart Karl Rove to go negative on presidential rival John Kerry hard and fast. "Bush needs to come out of the box with negative commercial after negative commercial," he told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" Tuesday night, after Kerry's nine state sweep locked up the nomination. "I ran with Bill Clinton 14 months of $40 million in advertising," Morris recalled. "Bush is gonna run five months of $150 million of advertising. And in eight weeks, John Kerry is going to be a distant shadow of...
  • DICK MORRIS -- "DemocRATS slit their throat tonight"

    03/02/2004 6:31:56 PM PST · by doug from upland · 190 replies · 222+ views
    Al Rantel show | 3-2-04 | dfu
    Al Rantel and Larry Elder are on KABC with Dick Morris. Dick said that the DemocRATS slit their throats tonight. Kerry was not vetted. He will be seen as a Dukakis liberal. Bush will spend 150 million dollars in ads up to convention time. It is too late. Kerry will have the delegates and cannot be un-nominated. Kerry looked like a reasonable candidate after Howard Dean. When his record is exposed, he will be in deep trouble. Bush must not be nice --- he must use negative ads, go after him, and define him. Possible for Hillary to take VP...
  • Karl Rove Must be Crying (Dick Morris Says W Must Pull Troops out of Iraq to be Re-elected)

    01/20/2004 6:58:50 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 50 replies · 229+ views
    The Hill ^ | Dick Morris
    Karl Rove must be crying That which the Democratic Party bosses — and Bill and Hillary Clinton — could not control, they chose to kill. Despite summoning a cyber-roots enthusiasm unequalled in decades, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean committed the unpardonable sin of failing to kowtow to the leaders of his party. He paid for it with a third place finish in Iowa. The months of daily pounding, animated by diligent negative research by minions of Terry McAuliffe and the Clintons and disseminated into the national political bloodstream by the likes of Chris Lehane, proved effective. Dean, subjected to a...
  • The Democrats Richochet to the Left

    01/07/2004 2:25:02 PM PST · by xsysmgr · 23 replies · 228+ views ^ | January 8, 2004 [sic] | Dick Morris
    Why does the opposition party tend to become dominated by its own extremists when it is out of power? Why did the Democrats follow liberal leaders like Walter Mondale and Mike Dukakis while Ronald Reagan was president? Why did the right under Newt Gingrich take over the Republican Party during the Clinton years? Why is Howard Dean dominating the Democrats these days? Call it the ricochet effect. In the Clinton White House, we consciously used this theory to help the right dominate the Republican Party so that the centrists throughout America would vote to re-elect the Democratic president. Here's how...

    07/24/2003 7:09:20 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 35 replies · 151+ views
    NY Post ^ | July 23, 2003 | Dick Morris
    <p>GEORGE W. Bush's job approval ratings are dropping a point every other week. Most polls now have his support down in the high or mid-50s. Pollster John Zogby has them at 53 percent - a huge drop from the low 70s he was registering just two months ago. The lower Bush drops, the more likely it is that Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2004. She and her husband cannot permit a Democrat not named Clinton to beat Bush in '04. If one does, she can't run in '08 against an incumbent Democratic president. She'd have to wait until 2012, by which time she would be 65 and out of the White House for 12 years. The weaker Bush gets, the more likely a Hillary Clinton candidacy becomes.</p>