Conservative pundit Dick Morris insists he was keeping hope alive when he boldly predicted Mitt Romney would win the White House in a landslide. On Tuesday’s “Hannity" show, Morris said supporters realized the Republican challenger was on the ropes as the election neared, and it was his job to boost their candidate’s profile. “I hope people aren’t mad at me about it,” said Morris, a former adviser to President Clinton and regular Fox News political analyst.Before the election, he continued, “The Romney c ampaign was falling apart, people were not optimistic, nobody thought there was a chance of victory
BS, I´ve been tracking Mr. Morris...he´s wrong about 70% of the time. He needs to go counterintutive...for Libs and those in Rio Linda, that means saying the opposite of what your addeled brain is telling you.
He and Rove should really have laid low for a few months rather than embarrass themselves over this. What we need is a few poll workers in the battleground states to come forward for a nice big fat reward for blowing the whistle on how the machines were rigged. THERE is where Donald Trump could help out if he wants to put up a million dollars.
Little Dick belongs on the Cartoon Network. He disgraced himself personally some years ago (as per #5). Now he has done so professionally. FNC disgraces itself whenever they give this slimy huckster any air time.
I´m picturing a seedy bar... Dick Morris is there, unshaven for several days... regaling the crowd with a drunken monologue with him frequently reminding the other drunks: "I ushed to be shomebody...I wash a player - a White House big-timer, yeshshiree..."
My life has improved since I stopped listening to the Sean Vanity Show and his flock of imbeciles: Williams, Bechel, Morris, Luntz, etc etc. if this is conservative media we might as well all just become communists.
...agree with all--the truth is Fox pretty much hurts the Repub brand during primetime. Channel-surfing low -info voters scan right past Morris, Hannity, Coulter, Rove and Palin--very, very frequent guests on the evening shows on Fox. (I know because my hubby likes to watch--I don´t. I find all tv news/argument shows very tedious.) I´m sorry--facts are facts.
Will we please learn from this that the con talkers are insufferable shills? With few exceptions, they are simply throwing out red meat to whip up an appetite in their listeners for product. Namely ad space, books and merchandise.
Belling is the only one I care to listen to routinely, as well as Rush for the news media counterpoint. But R is a merchandise ho, too, if I am to be honest.
Little dickie is just like all of those so-called republican political leaders and pundits in washington, d. c. They all believe if they praise nelson rockefeller politics enough he will rise from the dead and lead the democRAT light republican party to 100 years of rule.
According to him he got it wrong because: a.) he used the 2010 elections as his model b.) he used the 2008 elections as his model c.) Hurricane Sandy hit d.) he didn´t factor changing demographics e.) he knew we were in trouble all along, he was just trying to boost our spirits. Here´s the real reason he was wrong: Like most of us, his mother taught him that he was brilliant. Unlike most of us he believed her well into adulthood. I think Jews have a word for such as him and it ends with tz.
I emailed Dick Morris a couple of nights ago. I said: Dear Dick, Why are you still employed? Why are you wrong about absolutely everything? Where are all the "undecideds" that were going to break for Romney? If you got paid by the correct prediction, you´d be penniless.
You get the point - I told him off. Fox should fire him.
He is also wrong about the Romney campaign coming apart in the final days - he says they knew they were going to lose. I think the campaign actually got better in the last month, after the first debate. Hurricane Sandy/Christie didn´t help though.
We know a couple of people working within that campaign, and they were expecting 350 electoral votes - and were floored.
Morris is just trying to salvage his credibility, which has already gone over the cliff, to use current parlance. His commentary, pre-election, was entertaining, but now maybe it´s time for him to take a long vacation.
For those of us who predicted a Mitt win, big or otherwise, the explanation is simple: Between entitlement parasites and "conservative" non-voters, the country is further down the tubes than we thought.
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