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Off with Their Heads: Traitors, Crooks & Obstructionists in American Politics, Media & Business

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2003

    Dick is right on with this book

    He gives pointed fact about what happened in the White House.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2003

    Everyone Should Read This Book

    Mr. Morris has written a fascinating book that carefully documents the liberal bias of the media, the roles of Senators Dodd and Gramm in making the Enron scandal possible, and Clinton's failure to prepare us for the war on terror. He has an interesting and amusing chapter on the French which is a great reminder of how obnoxious they were about the Iraq war. The style is wonderful -- I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2003

    A definite page turner!

    Very accurate information backed up with FACTS. Something the liberal elites are foreign to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2003

    Is Mr. Morris crazy?

    When I think about the Clinton White House I dont think of a stained dress. The things that I remember most are the 'suicides', Susan McDougal choosing jail time over ratting on Clinton, and something I read in U.S. News/World Report; 'These people will kill us'. When I see Mr. Morris on Fox, I wonder how he gets away with speaking so boldly about the Clintons.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2003

    Dick Should Know

    Dick Morris is a ruthless, clever creature of the political jungle. He is, like most political advisors,not the type of marketing guru Procter & Gamble would deal with, but a instinctive type. Any tell all he writes is going to be very interesting. His premise in this book that the polls skew liberal is VERY ACCURATE. The reason is that the rural areas are conservative and the urban areas are liberal,with the suburbs being a mixture. Look at the 2000 Presidental election. Bush won 97% of the land mass of the US but lost every core city over 250,000 except Salt Lake. The battle for the 2004 election will be fought in the suburbs. Thus it will be a female vote swing, because women tend to vote Democrate in all but rural areas. Thus, the Republicans need to make their issues popular among women suburbanites. Loss of jobs will not be cool because that means mom has to work. But tax cuts will be cool. An masculine leadership will be cool. The Times skews the polls by weighting the cities where it is harder to get people on the phone. I think Dick should make a case for C-Span to handling polling. They would be statisically honest. Chuck

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