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  • WHO WON THE DEBT FIGHT? DICK MORRIS TV: LUNCH ALERT! (video)

    08/02/2011 1:17:53 PM PDT · by Signalman · 6 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | 8/2/2011 | Dick Morris
    Dear Friend, In this video commentary, I discuss how the Tea Party is the real winner and Obama is the big loser in the Debt Fight.
  • OBAMA FACING LANDSLIDE LOSS – DICK MORRIS TV: LUNCH ALERT! (video)

    08/01/2011 7:12:16 PM PDT · by Signalman · 32 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | 8/1/2012 | Dick Morris
    Dear Friend, In this video commentary, I analyze the state-by-state polls and predict disaster for Obama.
  • DEMS WILL WIN DEBT DEBATE; REPUBS WILL WIN ELECTION

    07/30/2011 1:15:39 PM PDT · by Signalman · 39 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | 7/30/2011 | Dick Morris, Eileen McGann
    By Dick Morris And Eileen McGann 07.30.2011 In the parlance of Washington, the Democrats are going to get the upper hand in the final round of the debt debate. Republicans will succeed in making a vast cut in federal spending, unimaginable before the 2010 election and will block any tax increases. Democrats will get an extension of the debt limit until after the election so as to avoid dragging Obama through this process again. But the damage this debate has inflicted on the Obama Presidency is so deep and profound that it will have played a large part in dooming...
  • THE LEFT CONTROLS OBAMA – DICK MORRIS TV: LUNCH ALERT! (video)

    07/29/2011 9:19:17 AM PDT · by Signalman · 5 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | 7/29/2011 | Dick Morris
    Dear Friend, In this video commentary, I explain how Obama blew up the debt deal to appease the left. Soros and Co. are pulling his strings.
  • Dick Morris to moderate Republican Twitter Tea Party prez debate

    07/07/2011 6:36:15 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 15 replies
    SFGate.com ^ | 7/7/11 | Joe Garofoli
    If you loved Wednesday's Twitter Town Hall...and you know our feelings on how that went down...then rev up your Tweets for Twitter Republican Presidential Debate. Noon to 1:30 p.m. West Coast Time on Wednesday July 20. To be moderated by infamous toe-sucker and pollster/Fox News analyst/former Clintonista Dick Morris. Sponsored by the 350,000-online-member TeaParty.net, you can check it out at TheTeaParty.net or here. Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Michigan Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), former Minneosota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and former PA Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) are in. Organizers are waiting...
  • Dick Morris TV; Lunch ALERT! Obama's Forced Unionization Program (video)

    06/25/2011 10:23:17 AM PDT · by Signalman · 5 replies
    youtube ^ | 6/25/2011 | Dick Morris
    Dick Morris exposes how Obama is using the National Labor Relations Board to force employees to join unions.
  • Dick Morris Declares Palin The New Reagan

    06/22/2011 6:37:05 AM PDT · by curth · 50 replies
    You Tube ^ | 6/22/2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJh-fOQf3hA&feature=player_embedded
  • What's Sarah Doing?

    06/02/2011 10:07:19 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 103 replies
    Dick Morris' Website ^ | June 1, 2011 | Dick Morris And Eileen McGann
    What is Sarah Palin up to? She is touring the country in a campaign bus, appearing at campaign rallies, making campaign speeches, drawing campaign crowds. But, she insists, it’s no campaign. Or at least that she’s no candidate. In 1995, General Colin Powell paralyzed the Republican nominating process by flirting with running for president as he toured America signing his new book. He ultimately didn’t run, but he sold a lot of books and monopolized the nation’s attention for months in the autumn. In 2007, Barack Obama toured America signing books and used the tour to animate his image and...
  • IF DANIELS RUNS?

    05/09/2011 2:55:26 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 121 replies
    Dick Morris .com ^ | May 9,2011 | Dick Morris
    With only 23% hard name recognition (16-7 favorable), why would Mitch Daniels be a significant candidate with so many better known men and women in the potential field? There is, of course, his splendid record as governor of Indiana. He has done everything a governor could do. He took a deficit and produced a surplus with no tax increase (although he flirted with one early in his term but dropped the idea). His education choice legislation is the most advanced in the nation and will offer all Indiana children the ability to use state funds to go to the school...
  • Obama's Medicare Hypocrisy

    04/22/2011 4:28:47 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 11 replies
    DickMorris.com ^ | Wednesday, April 20, 2011 | Dick Morris
    Piously posturing as the savior of Medicare, President Obama lashed out at the House Republicans for embracing the budget proposed by Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.). But a comparison of the president's own plans for Medicare with those in the Ryan budget shows that the Democratic cuts are far more immediate and drastic than anything in the GOP proposal. While the Republican Medicare changes only take effect in 2021, Obama's cuts will begin hurting seniors right away. The president's healthcare legislation imposed a hard spending cap on Medicare -- the first time it has ever had one -- which...
  • Morris: The spoilers of the 2008 race are Gore and Giuliani

    06/07/2006 9:43:17 AM PDT · by Jean S · 57 replies · 1,174+ views
    The Hill ^ | 6/7/07 | Dick Morris
    The shape of the 2008 presidential sweepstakes is gradually becoming clearer through the fog of war. There is a surprising and artful symmetry in how each party’s contest is shaping up. Both parties have clear front-runners — Hillary Clinton and John McCain — around whom the race will be formed. In each party there is a looming presence whose entry into the race could change it completely. And there is an assortment of ideologically more extreme contenders who are trying to break through and challenge the front-runner.In the Republican primaries, McCain runs far ahead of all other contenders. But the...
  • Gingrich: I was wrong to endorse Scozzafava

    02/01/2010 1:07:31 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 84 replies · 1,525+ views
    Gingrich: I was wrong to endorse Scozzafava By Eric Zimmermann - 02/01/10 03:42 PM ET Newt Gingrich says he regrets endorsing Dede Scozzafava in the hotly contested primary for the NY-23 congressional district in November. Scozzafava was criticized by many national Republicans for being too liberal. She eventually dropped out of the race and endorsed Democrat Bill Owens, who eeked out a victory. "She turned out to be a huge disappointment, and she turned out not to be frankly a loyal Republican," Gingrich told an interviewer in New Hampshire this weekend. The former speaker added that conservatives who criticized his...
  • IT’S NO DEAL, IT’S A SELLOUT

    04/09/2011 12:25:41 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 159 replies
    Dick Morris .com ^ | April 9,2011 | Dick Morris
    John Boehner has just given away the Republican victory of 2010 at the bargaining table. Like the proverbial Uncle Sam who always wins the war but loses the peace, he has unilaterally disarmed the Republican Party by showing that he will not shut down the government and will, instead, willingly give way on even the most modest of cuts in order to avoid it. He now has no arrows left in his quiver. Having failed to stand firm for just $61 billion in cuts in a budget of $3.7 trillion, how can we expect him to stand firm over the...
  • A DEADLOCK ON THE BUDGET WILL DEFEAT OBAMA IN 2012

    02/17/2011 2:06:14 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 9 replies
    E-Mail | Feb 15 ,2011 | Dick Morris
    So what happens if the cuts proposed by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) prove unacceptable to the Senate and the president? What if there is no compromise? What if nobody gives in? A budget deadlock, played out over months, will doom Obama and assure his defeat. But an easily won compromise will help him get re-elected. The central question in Obama's bid for a second term is: Will the issues that doomed his party in 2010 still be the key questions in 2012? If they are, we already know how...
  • It's No Deal, It's a Sellout

    04/09/2011 5:39:41 PM PDT · by T.L.Sink · 67 replies
    John Boehner has just given away the Republican victory of 2010 at the bargaining table. Having failed to stand firm for just $61 billion in a budget of $3.7 trillion, how can we expect him to stand firm over the debt limit extension or the 2012 budget? We can't. The excellent budget proposals of Paul Ryan are no more than a pipe dream now. It violates our campaign promises to the American people. We promised $100 billion of cuts and we delivered $38 billion. Obamacare will not be defunded; welfare spending will not be cut nor work requirements imposed; the...
  • Still No Budget Deal [Dick Morris Slams Michelle Bachmann]

    04/08/2011 8:32:09 AM PDT · by T.L.Sink · 48 replies
    Morris: "I want a cut of $61 billion. I want the Republicans in Congress to keep the campaign commitment to the American people of a $100 billion cut. And I'm shocked at your interview with Congresswoman Bachmann. She was saying, 'Oh, there's going to be a deal, they'll come together, there'll be a compromise'. Well a compromise that is less than $61 is BREAKING THE PROMISE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. And, above all....
  • Dick Morris Reports: Obama Breaks Libya (video)

    04/01/2011 1:55:37 PM PDT · by Signalman · 5 replies
    youtube ^ | 3/31/2011 | Dick Morris
    General Colin Powell said about invading Iraq and toppling Saddam "if you break it, you own it." This motto, adopted from Pottery Barn, will come back to haunt Obama. By attacking Gadaffi, backing the revolt in Egypt, opposing oil drilling, and weakening our defenses against terror, he has inherited responsibility in each of these spheres should something go wrong. Video at link.
  • NO WAY OBAMA WINS IN 2012

    03/16/2011 7:38:44 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 143 replies
    The Hill ^ | March 15,2011 | Dick Morris
    The combination of high oil and gasoline prices, rising food costs, higher health insurance premiums and the likelihood of future inflation has jarred consumer confidence, creating a major crisis for the Obama administration. The collapse has been sudden and dramatic. In December, the consumer confidence scale in the Rasmussen Poll stood at 81.7 percent. But in January, euphoria set in. Obama compromised on the George W. Bush tax cuts, the nation seemed to be coming together after the Giffords shooting and a Republican House sat poised to stop any new spending or social experimentation. On Jan. 11, the Rasmussen confidence...
  • Dick Morris Calls Ron Paul "Horrific", Hangs Up On Peter Schiff (Audio at YouTube)

    03/07/2011 12:24:54 PM PST · by beaversmom · 58 replies
    You Tube ^ | March 7, 2011 | SaveOurSovereignty3
    Dick Morris Calls Ron Paul "Horrific", Hangs Up On Peter Schiff (Audio at YouTube)
  • Obama’s legacy: Stagflation

    03/05/2011 11:42:41 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 30 replies
    The Hill.com ^ | March 1,2011 | Dick Morris
    OBAMA'S LEGACY: STAGFLATION By DICK MORRIS Published on TheHill.com on March 1, 2011 Obama's failure to support America's allies in the Middle East and his dithering endorsement of chaos in the region will send oil and gasoline prices skyrocketing, triggering a massive bout of stagflation. This vicious cycle of rising prices, decreased consumption, and ever higher prices (as vendors seek to recover higher fixed costs) will cripple the American economy for years to come. This is Obama's true legacy. Consider what he has done to push up oil and gas prices: • Endorsed spreading chaos in the Middle East. •...
  • A Budget Deadlock Will Defeat Obama, But a Compromise Might Save Him

    02/16/2011 7:14:07 AM PST · by Kaslin · 27 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 16, 2011 | Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
    So what happens if the cuts proposed by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., prove unacceptable to the Senate and the president? What if there is no compromise? What if nobody gives in? A budget deadlock, played out over months, will doom President Obama and assure his defeat. But an easily won compromise will help him get re-elected. The central question in Obama's bid for a second term is: Will the issues that doomed his party in 2010 still be the key questions in 2012? If they are, we already know...
  • Cornerstone of Obama Presidency is Collapsing

    02/04/2011 1:07:11 PM PST · by Citizen X_Area 51 · 47 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | Febriaru 3. 2011 | Dick Morris
    How did Obama ever think that his program would pass constitutional muster? How could he imagine that the Interstate Commerce clause could cover something that wasn't interstate (health insurance cannot be sold over state lines) and wasn't commerce (failure to buy insurance is not commerce) would stand up in court? He was so sure that he would win any constitutional challenge that he arrogantly failed to put a severability clause in the bill so that it would survive even if parts were stricken down. The decision of the Florida District Court may or may not prevail in the Circuit Court....
  • WHO LOST EGYPT? (Obama... And It Is Being Lost To Iran And The Muslim Brotherhood!)

    01/30/2011 7:38:32 PM PST · by MindBender26 · 49 replies
    In the 1950s, the accusation “who lost China” resonated throughout American politics and led to the defeat of the Democratic Party in the presidential elections of 1952. Unless President Obama reverses field and strongly opposes letting the Muslim Brotherhood take over Egypt, he will be hit with the modern equivalent of the 1952 question: Who Lost Egypt? The Iranian government is waiting for Egypt to fall into its lap. The Muslim Brotherhood, dominated by Iranian Islamic fundamentalism, will doubtless emerge as the winner should the government of Egypt fall. The Obama Administration, in failing to throw its weight against an...
  • WHO LOST EGYPT?

    01/29/2011 5:26:54 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 64 replies
    Dick Morris .com ^ | January 29,2011 | Dick Morris
    In the 1950s, the accusation "who lost China" resonated throughout American politics and led to the defeat of the Democratic Party in the presidential elections of 1952. Unless President Obama reverses field and strongly opposes letting the Muslim brotherhood take over Egypt, he will be hit with the modern equivalent of the 1952 question: Who Lost Egypt? The Iranian government is waiting for Egypt to fall into its lap. The Muslim Brotherhood, dominated by Iranian Islamic fundamentalism, will doubtless emerge as the winner should the government of Egypt fall. The Obama Administration, in failing to throw its weight against an...
  • To Save the States: Let 'em Declare Bankruptcy

    01/24/2011 8:15:58 PM PST · by GVnana · 13 replies
    DickMorris.com ^ | 1/12/2011 | Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
    Facing huge budget difficulties, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been showing other states how to survive — namely, by taking on the government-employee unions. Christie’s battles with the teachers unions over the past year have produced countless YouTube hits. And last month, he got a law passed to limit wage hikes from labor arbitrations between the state and public-employee unions to an average 2 percent annual increase. As New Jersey, New York, California and Illinois — the four with the highest insurance premiums on their bonds — face life without a compliant Congress to approve their pleas for more...
  • What The Hedgehog Knows About the GOP Presidential Race

    01/20/2011 2:42:42 PM PST · by radioone · 14 replies · 2+ views
    Townhall ^ | 1-20-11 | Hugh Hewitt
    On my radio show on Wednesday, January 19, Dick Morris flatly declared that Mitt Romney could not win the Republican nomination for president because of the health care plan Romney guided into law in Massachusetts in 2005. On the same day my friend and superb political analyst John Hinderaker of Powerline fame declared that it was over for Sarah Palin. “The time has come to put any thoughts of Sarah Palin running for President to rest,” John wrote.
  • Dick Morris: The left is able to play Sarah Palin like a fiddle

    01/20/2011 4:09:48 AM PST · by Suvroc10 · 45 replies · 1+ views
    Examiner ^ | January 20, 2011 | Marc Schenker
    Dick Morris: The left is able to play Sarah Palin like a fiddle. The pile-on on Palin continues as now, even prominent Republicans like Dick Morris are chiming in with their two cents on Palin’s handling of the inapplicable criticism she received from the left after the Arizona shooting. In an interview, Morris was asked to analyze why the former governor’s poll numbers have fallen in a round of recent, new polls, and his answer is seemingly to blame Palin for her response to the criticism. In Morris’ viewpoint, Palin is actually to blame for her falling numbers, not the...
  • WHICH REPUBLICANS SOLD OUT?

    12/22/2010 7:24:53 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 47 replies
    Dick Morris .com ^ | December 22,2010 | Dick Morris
    With the new Republican power in Washington, it is doubly important to keep a close eye on the doings of GOP Senators and Congressmen to spot those who are straying from orthodoxy, seduced by power and the insider clubiness that characterizes Washington. In the Lame Duck session, we want to draw attention to six Republican U.S. Senators who voted with the Democrats on a key issue. We should all bear their apostasy in mind and, in particular, make them mindful of the possibility of primary challenges to their re-nomination. Two Senators, in particular, deserve to have primary challengers take them...
  • Obama The Weak (What a fall from the Obamessiah!)

    12/14/2010 9:46:52 PM PST · by goldstategop · 8 replies
    Townhall ^ | 12/15/2010 | Dick Morris And Eileen McGann
    Moving to the center is not a two-dimensional process. It has a third dimension -- the difference between strength and weakness. In the course of coming in from the cold of his extreme far-left positions, the president looks like a wimp, abandoning his long-held views in the face of electoral defeats, adverse court rulings, recalcitrant Democrats and strong, united Republican opposition. And wimps don't win. When Bill Clinton moved to the center, he arrived in triumph. After vanquishing the Republican Congress during the government shutdown of 1995-1996, he agreed to a balanced budget deal with Newt Gingrich and Trent Lott....
  • Dick Morris, 8 Reasons Why the 2012 GOP Presidential Race Still Goes Through Iowa and New Hampshire

    12/01/2010 5:47:03 PM PST · by iowaguy1972 · 14 replies
    Cafffeinated Thoughts ^ | 12/1/2010 | Shane Vander Hart
    I like Dick Morris though I can’t say I always agree with him, and Monday was one of those times.  Morris wrote: The short list of contenders for the nomination will not be chosen in the early primaries. Iowa and New Hampshire will not impose their will on America. America will impose its will on Iowa and New Hampshire. The quarter finals will not be waged in the cornfields of Iowa or the former mill towns of New Hampshire. They will be held in the living rooms of America among the Fox News audience! Morris cites Fox News’ growing audience,...
  • THE FIRE NEXT TIME How will they vote now)

    11/08/2010 7:32:27 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 12 replies
    Dick Morris .com ^ | November 7,2010 | Dick Morris
    It took the Democrats two election cycles — 2006 and 2008 — to secure their overwhelming Congressional majorities and to recapture the White House. The Republican Party will likely complete its takeover in 2012. This model is far more likely than the 1995-96 model in which Bill Clinton came back from the dead. In the Senate, there are many attractive targets for Republican attack, Senators who come from states where the GOP scored significant gains in the 2010 elections. They include: Jeff Bingaman, New Mexico – Republicans won the governorship and a key House seat here. Sherrod Brown, Ohio –...
  • HEARTFELT THANKS AND FINAL REPORT

    11/03/2010 7:20:48 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 3 replies
    E-Mail | November 3,2010 | Dick Morris
    Dear Friend, I wanted, first of all, to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your massive support and the outpouring of funds and interest to back up my efforts on behalf of Super PAC for America. We have succeeded amazingly. As background, I divided my efforts into two categories: there were races where I was personally involved advising the campaigns and working to help them raise money. There were others in which Super PAC was involved in independent efforts. I had no personal involvement in those races and was, therefore, able to raise funds for Super PAC...
  • Vanity: Did Dick Morris Go To Bed Early?

    11/02/2010 11:07:54 PM PDT · by Williams · 19 replies
    http://www.dickmorris.com ^ | 11-3-10 | vanity observation
    Dick Morris advertisd that on election night he would release an update on his website every 15 minutes. His site says he will comment "several times an hour". Here we are with close races in Washington and Colorado, an interesting Alaska result developing, and where is Dick? It's 1:50 AM and his last election update was at 11:55 PM. Should we be worried about him, or does he just consider "election night" to end at midnight? He was sounding more tired toward the end.
  • SuperPAC for America (Dick Morris Project 100)

    10/30/2010 8:36:57 AM PDT · by bigbob · 16 replies
    Dear Fellow American: Over the last couple of years, America has been bruised and battered. Our $13.5 trillion federal deficit has pushed our nation to the verge of bankruptcy. Obamacare has threatened our right to live a long and healthy life. And the end of the Bush tax cuts, combined with drastic federal and state tax hikes, have put your wealth and retirement savings at risk. Barack Obama's liberal agenda and "Big Government" initiatives are directly attacking the freedom, safety, and prosperity of every American. But now is not the time to give up. Now is the time to stand...
  • Dick Morris: 100 GOP-Seat Win in House Conceivable, Senate a Tossup

    10/27/2010 9:27:00 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 66 replies
    Newsmax ^ | Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010
    Veteran political analyst and best-selling author Dick Morris tells Newsmax that Republicans have a huge enthusiasm edge over Democrats as Election Day approaches and the GOP can win as many as 100 House seats on Nov. 2. He also says Republicans’ chances of gaining the 10 seats they need to take control of the Senate hinge on close races in California and Washington. In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV, Morris expresses confidence in a strong GOP showing in the midterm elections. “I think the ground game is overwhelmingly in favor of Republicans,” he says. “The enthusiasm levels are so much...
  • YOUR HELP NEEDED: Dick Morris AD Blitz Targeting 24 Districts: 70 Dem Seats Leaning GOP & 46 Tossups

    10/25/2010 6:30:17 AM PDT · by MaxCUA · 2 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | Dick Morris
    The Cook Political Report (which is the best there is, but tends to run a little behind) lists 23 Democratic House seats as now likely or leaning Republican. We will win all of those. And it lists 47 seats now held by Democrats as tossup. I am working in about half of these districts and I believe we will win virtually all of these seats. That makes 70. Then, he lists 46 Democratic seats as leaning or likely Democrat but not solidly so. That's where we need to concentrate our fire. My organization, SuperPacUSA.com is targeting 24 seats from this...
  • Dick Morris Talks U.S. Senate Predictions with O’Reilly – Video

    10/20/2010 8:08:46 PM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 21 replies
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | October 20, 2010 | Brian
    Here is video of political consultant Dick Morris on with Bill O’Reilly tonight, where he discussed his predictions for the U.S. Senate races in the upcoming Midterm Elections. He started talking with O’Reilly about the Senate at around the 2:40 mark of the video. Morris still believes the Republicans we get the 10-seat net gain needed to retake control of the U.S. Senate. Morris said that California will be a “50-50 vote,” meaning it will be “Thursday” before we know who wins between Fiorina and Boxer. He gives a slight edge right now to Patty Murray in Washington over Rossi,...
  • Updated Dick Morris list of candidates to help!

    10/11/2010 9:03:58 AM PDT · by ctpsb · 10 replies
    dickmorris.com ^ | 10/08/10 | Dick Morris
    I am working directly in all of the races listed below (for free). They are all Republican House candidates running in Democratic districts. They all have a very good chance to win but very little money. Most have only recently come on the radar screen of the national GOP leadership and have not gotten the funding they need or could well use. But, before you go down the list, please donate to SuperPacUSA.com......
  • Dick Morris Opposes Mitt Romney; Says Defunding ObamaCare Must be No. 1 Priority – Video

    10/11/2010 4:32:55 AM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 32 replies
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | October 11, 2010 | Brian
    Here is video of political strategist Dick Morris speaking to an Orlando Tea Party gathering, where he said bluntly he opposes Mitt Romney for the 2012 GOP Nomination because of the RomneyCare legislation he signed as Governor of Massachusetts. Morris said he believes the number one objective must be to defund the ObamaCare “monstrosity,” and Republicans need a nominee who can carry that banner.
  • “Raise your trajectory; let’s shoot for 100%!” Dick Morris calls for taking the entire senate.

    10/10/2010 9:47:11 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 21 replies · 1+ views
    coachisright.com ^ | OCTOBER 10TH, 2010 | Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
    Spending my day at a TEA party rally reminded me of why we are on our way to a big victory next month. Here’s some of what I heard and saw. “Raise your trajectory; hit 100%,” Dick Morris exhorted his SRO Tea Party audience in Orlando this past week. Republicans could take 80% to 100% of the Senate, the famous conservative political strategist told the West Orlando Tea Party. “Conservatives captured the American street,” he told his huge audience. Meeting planners who expected a turnout of 300 were overwhelmed and had to add many extra seats, but listeners still lined...
  • Obliterating a Generation

    09/29/2010 8:36:31 PM PDT · by JSDude1 · 10 replies
    DickMorris.com ^ | September 28, 2010 | Dick Morris
    Thanks to the leadership of President Obama, Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Reid, the Democratic Party is facing the biggest defeat in midterm elections in the past 110 years, perhaps surpassing the modern record of a 74-seat gain set in 1922. They will also lose control of the Senate. Republicans are now leading in 54 Democratic House districts. In 19 more, the incumbent congressman is under 50 percent and his GOP challenger is within five points. That makes 73 seats where victory is within easy grasp for the Republican Party. The only reason the list is not longer is that...
  • Sarah Palin, Dick Morris To Kick Off Newsmax Webcasts Assult on Dems Oct 12 to Election

    09/21/2010 3:55:52 PM PDT · by MaxCUA · 5 replies
    On Oct. 12, you will begin a journey with a webcast event featuring an exclusive interview with Governor Sarah Palin. The journey will continue right through Election Day — Nov. 2. Special participants will include Fox News analyst Dick Morris, famed political commentator Michael Reagan, Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy, and a powerful lineup of America’s most informed and influential experts. Sign up for “Make America Great Again” (Ronald Reagan’s 1980 Campaign Slogan) to discuss the issues that affect your family, your country, and your very freedom . . .
  • AN EPIC DEM DISASTER

    09/08/2010 1:33:20 PM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 58 replies
    Dick Morris ^ | Sept. 7, 2010 | Dick Morris
    The magnitude of the catastrophe facing the Democratic Party in the fall elections is only gradually becoming clear to the leaders of both parties. The Democrats will lose both the Senate and the House. They will lose more House seats in 2010 than the 54 they lost in 1994 and they will lose the Senate, possibly with some seats to spare. In state after state, the races that were once marginal are now solidly Republican, those that were possible takeaways are now likely GOP wins and the impossible seats are now fully in play. Colorado offers a good example. Betsey...
  • Dick Morris: Senate Control within Republicans' Grasp

    09/05/2010 2:50:51 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 27 replies
    News Max ^ | Saturday, 04 Sep 2010 | Jim Meyers
    Veteran political analyst and best-selling author Dick Morris tells Newsmax that Republicans are “on track” to take control of the Senate in November’s midterm elections. Morris says the GOP needs to win only two of five contested Senate seats to give them the 10 new seats they need — and in one of those contests, in California, Carly Fiorina is likely to defeat incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer. In an exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV, Morris says: “The way it stacks up right now is we have four definite seats [Republicans will take away from Democrats]: Delaware, Indiana, North Dakota and Arkansas....
  • Dick Morris at WV Rally: GOP Can Win West Virginia Senate Seat – Raw Video

    09/04/2010 2:47:25 PM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 20 replies
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | September 4, 2010 | Brian
    Here is raw video (Warning: The video is kind of shaky) of political strategist Dick Morris speaking at a West Virginia GOP Rally this past week, where he told the crowd that the West Virginia Senate Seat long-held by the late Robert Byrd can be won by Republicans. Morris said, “Raese can beat Manchin.” John Raese is the GOP Senate Nominee, and Joe Manchin is West Virginia’s incumbent Democrat Governor. Morris then went through how he believes the GOP can win back control of the U.S. Senate. The GOP needs a net gain of 10-seats to do it. Here’s how...
  • How Republicans Will Win the Senate

    08/30/2010 7:58:52 PM PDT · by no dems · 69 replies
    DickMorris.com ^ | August 30,2010 | Dick Morris
    It gets tiresome hearing the conventional wisdom say that the Democrats will likely keep control of the Senate. Far from it. To gain control, Republicans must win ten new seats. An analysis of the latest polling data suggests that Republicans currently hold the lead in eight pick-up states: Pennsylvania, Colorado, Wisconsin, Washington State, Arkansas, Delaware, North Dakota, and Indiana. In a ninth, Illinois, the candidates are tied and, in the tenth – Nevada – Reid is ahead by only one point. And, for insurance, Boxer in California and Gillibrand in New York are both below 50% of the vote. In...
  • Dick Morris Predicts Democrats Will Lose 80 House Seats (video)

    08/27/2010 4:50:03 PM PDT · by Askwhy5times · 32 replies
    Bluegrass Pundit ^ | Friday, August 27, 2010 | Bluegrass Pundit
    Last night, Dick Morris told Greta Van Susteren Democrats will be “losing 80 seats” in this year’s Midterm Elections. That would be a new record. The old record is the 74 seats that Republicans lost in 1922. Let's hope he is right. Here is the video:
  • Dick Morris Predicts Historic 80-Seat House Gain for GOP in 2010 Midterm Elections – Video

    08/27/2010 10:42:17 AM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 29 replies
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | August 27, 2010 | Brian
    Here is video of political strategist Dick Morris last night on with Greta Van Susteren where he predicted Democrats will be “losing 80 seats” in this year’s Midterm Elections. That would break the all-time record of 74 seats that Republicans lost all the way back in 1922. Republicans need a net gain of 39 seats to regain control of the House. Morris pointed to the fact that Democrat incumbents are already trailing or neck-and-neck in many districts with their GOP challengers – something very unusual in Congressional Races. Morris did not mention it in this interview, but he also recently...
  • PARTY TREND HAS YET TO KICK IN

    08/25/2010 6:58:43 PM PDT · by Signalman · 36 replies
    DickMorris.com ^ | 8/25/2010 | Dick Morris And Eileen McGann
    Don’t confuse the dramatic swell of the Republican tide that is becoming increasingly evident to the pundits of the country with party trend. Right before Election Day, the numbers will get even better and presage an even larger Republican victory. Party trend usually indicates itself in the ten days before an election when voters who do not typically follow politics closely tune in and decide for whom to vote. Until this window, they usually describe themselves to pollsters as “undecided.” There will be a huge Republican party trend this year, but it hasn’t happened yet. The huge Republican poll numbers...
  • Making November a Political Victory

    08/14/2010 3:04:49 AM PDT · by Scanian · 6 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | August 14, 2010 | Bruce Walker
    Ann Coulter, quite rightly, has expressed concern about Republicans declaring victory in the 2010 elections. Most folks understand that capturing the Senate will require some luck. But consider this: RealClearPolitics is balanced and brainy. It shows that in the battle for the House of Representatives, 202 seats lean Democrat, 201 lean Republican, and 32 are tossups. That means Republican chances for gaining even the House -- something everyone is touting is almost certain -- are, in fact, a coin toss. What happens if Republicans go into the voting booth in a few months believing the highly optimistic projections of Dick...