Two words

I scoff.

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10 Responses to “Two words”

  1. Doug Mataconis Says:

    Dick Morris has been so consistently wrong about things political in the last several years, its a wonder they still pay him to write a column.

  2. tim maguire Says:

    Doug beat me to it. If Dick Morris says it’s so, you can be pretty sure it isn’t so.

  3. Skip Says:

    I too am not a fan of Morris, however I think his thought has merrit (but probably not this coming Pres. election). As both parties go farther left and right, it leaves people such as myself to choose security over some of my liberal concerns. If someone like Rudy came in (not a fan of Bloomberg) strong on security, but also pro-choice, etc. he or she could concievably take a lot of the vote.

  4. Mike R Says:

    Is the gun control aspect of the liberal ideology really a selling point for mainstream America, or do reporters just think that it is? (Or to ask it another way, is Morris expressing his veiwpoint as mainstream, or am I?)

    Mike

  5. Silicon Valley Jim Says:

    So, let’s see here:

    1964 – Lyndon Johnson, incumbent President, former vice-President, born and raised in Texas, which was part of the Confederacy

    1968 – Richard Nixon, former vice-President, born and raised in California

    1972 – Richard Nixon, incumbent President

    1976 – Jimmy Carter, born and raised in Georgia, governor of Georgia, which was part of the Confederacy

    1980 – Ronald Reagan, born in Illinois, moved to California in 1937, former governor of California

    1984 – Ronald Reagan, incumbent President and former governor of California

    1988 – George H. W. Bush, sitting vice-President, born in Massachusetts, raised in Connecticut, moved to Texas in 1948

    1992 – Bill Clinton, governor of Arkansas (part of the Confederacy), where he was born and raised

    1996 – Bill Clinton, incumbent President

    2000 – George W. Bush, governor of Texas, where he was raised

    2004 – George W. Bush, incumbent President

    So every winner of a Presidential election from 1964 on has had prior experience as either a state governor or a vice-President. The majority were raised in states that had been part of the Confederacy. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by Michael Bloomberg’s performance as mayor of New York, but forty-plus years of history doesn’t bode well for his chances.

  6. Karol Says:

    Oh my gosh, I totally scoff too. Who knew I had so much in common with Will Collier?

  7. Whitehall Says:

    Morris has certainly shown himself out of touch with reality lately.

    He does fire off startling insights from time to time but this ain’t one of them.

  8. richard mcenroe Says:

    Is there anyone in either party Dick Morris has said CAN’T be president?

  9. Clay Says:

    Dick, put down the crack pipe, and step away, with your hands in the air!

    Being pro-gun control or pro abortion will NOT win you doodly in the so called red states, and running as an independent??

    he hasn’t the support infrastructure to be a serious candidate.

    c’mon… Dick, you’re nucking futs.

  10. triticale Says:

    “Any of these three men can win as an independent.” So therefore they should all three run.

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