Dick’s and Eileen’s new book, Revolt! comes out tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1. Sean Hannity says he “couldn’t put it down” and says it is “the best you’ve ever written.”
Their previous books’ predictions came true:
* Outrage predicted the Fannie Mae mortgage crisis
* Fleeced predicted the stock market crash
* Catastrophe predicted that the stimulus wouldn’t work
* 2010: Take Back America predicted the Republican victory
Now Revolt! explains how to win in 2012 and repeal the entire Obama agenda.
* Repeal and Defund Obamacare
* Roll Back Government Spending
* Block the EPA from regulating carbon emissions
* Stop Obama’s Huge Tax Increases
* Bring Down the Defict…Fast
* Stop the FCC from Crippling Talk Radio and Regulating the Internet
* Force the NLRB to Continue Secret Ballots in Union Elections
* Deregulate Small, Commnunity Banks and Free them for Small Business Lending
* Stop All Earmarks
And…Morris and McGann predict the Governors’ Revolution limiting unions, cutting benefits, and freeing education reforms from collective bargaining. They explain how the major battles of 2011 will be at the state level…Like Governor Scott Walker’s struggle to limit collective bargaining.
They handicap the 2012 presidential field and discuss each candidate.
They identify the key Senate incumbents to beat in 2012.
And they explain how to find out what Congress is doing. How to find everything Congress does not want you to know — their investments, holdings, outside income, voting records, disclosure forms, campaign donors, PAC contributions…all you need to know to hold them accountable.
Morris and McGann write how to rid America of Obamacare in their new book Revolt!: How to Defeat Obama and Repeal His Socialist Programs – A Patriot’s Guide.
• Cut money for 13,500 extra IRS agents to enforce the individual and employer mandate
• Prohibit transfer of other IRS funds to enforce them
• Cut HHS money from data collection that presages rationing
• Cut HHS funds for slashes in Medicare
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ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF THE DICK MORRIS POLL and FIRST STATEWIDE POLL RESULTS OF WISCONSIN VOTERS
February 24, 2011
Dick Morris, a veteran pollster with thirty years of experience in national and international polling, is announcing the launch of The Dick Morris Poll, which will focus on timely political issues and candidates. Drawing on his polling expertise, Dick will provide the results and an analysis of each poll.
Dick Morris was President Clinton’s pollster for 20 years, and has done polling for 30 Senators and Governors and 14 presidents or prime ministers in foreign countries.
The Dick Morris Poll, to be published at least once a month, will use the traditional polling method of telephone calls to registered voters. On occasion, internet polls will be done of a carefully drawn random sample of likely voters – in order to avoid the bias of relying only on those participants with a political predisposition.
The initial poll is the first published poll of voters conducted within the state of Wisconsin and was completed on Monday, February 21, 2011 and Tuesday, February 22, 2011.
WISCONSIN POLL RESULTS
The Dick Morris Poll conducted a telephone survey among 409 likely Wisconsin voters. The survey has a margin of error of +- 4%.
Findings: Wisconsin voters break almost evenly on Governor Walker’s proposed reforms, supporting them by a margin of 51-47.
They support many aspects of the proposal by significant numbers:
VOTERS SUPPORT CHANGING THE BENEFITS TO STATE WORKERS, PAY, AND AUTOMATIC DEDUCTION OF UNION DUES
• By 74-18, they back making state employees pay more for their health insurance.
• By 79-16, they support asking state workers contribute more toward their pensions.
• By 54-34, Wisconsin voters support ending the automatic deduction of union dues from state paychecks and support making unions collect dues from each member.
• By 66-30, they back limiting state workers’ pay increases to the rate of inflation unless voters approve a higher raise by a public referendum.
VOTERS OPPOSE CHANGING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
On the issue of limiting collective bargaining to wage and benefit issues, however, they break with the Governor, opposing the proposal by 41-54.
If the issues to be taken off the bargaining table are related to giving schools flexibility to modify tenure, pay teachers based on merit, discharge bad teachers and promote good ones, however, they support such limits on collective bargaining by 58-38.
ANALYSIS: Voters back the principal of collective bargaining. But they are also willing to limit these negotiations so that they would not impede education reforms.
For Governor Walker to prevail, he must focus on his goal of achieving reform in schools. He will not prevail as long as his proposal is essentially negative in nature (i.e. limiting collective bargaining). But if he emphasizes the positive intent that lies behind the proposal (i.e. giving schools the flexibility and freedom to implement education reforms), he will find a solid public majority behind him.
(c) COPYRIGHT 2011, DICK MORRIS AND EILEEN MCGANN. REPRINTS WITH WRITTEN PERMISSION ONLY.
As predicted in Revolt! (Dick’s and Eileen’s new book) – States Lead the Way Toward Reform
It is not only the Arab world that is in turmoil! Reform Governors like Scott Walker (Wisconsin), John Kasich (Ohio), Mitch Daniels (Indiana), Tom Corbett (Pennsylvania), Butch Otter (Idaho), and Rick Scott (Florida) are leading a movement for fundamental change in America.
How do we get from here to there?
How do we use our one-house majority to save America? How can we roll back Obama’s wild spending, ratchet down his ruinous deficits, block implementation of his disastrous Obamacare, stop economy-crippling limits on carbon emissions, defeat the teachers union and improve our schools, preserve talk radio…and defeat Obama in 2012?
The answers are in Revolt! Dick’s and Eileen’s new book coming out on Tuesday, March 1. (Signed copies are now available at Amazon.com and BN.com – but order now because they will probably run out of them soon).
While the federal Environmental Protection Administration is about to impose regulations and taxes on carbon emissions by executive fiat – in the name of stopping global climate change – the United States has already dramatically cut its emissions and probably has already complied with the Kyoto/Copenhagen goals for reduced emissions. And this has been done without taxes, without regulations, and without government intervention.
In 2007, the U.S. emitted 6.12 billion metric tons of carbon. In 2008, emissions fell to 5.92. In 2009, while Obama was promising that the U.S. would cut its emissions to 5.0 by 2015, the American economy and public – on their own – cut the emissions to 5.5 billion. Most likely, by the time the 2010 measurements are in, we will have reached the Obama goal.
Democracy is on the line in the streets of Madison, Wisconsin. Will the popularly elected state legislature and governor (both now Republican for the first time in forever) get to run the state or will the union thugocracy, now crowding the streets, prevail?
The spectacle of Democratic legislators hiding out in the woods to avoid creating a quorum in their legislatures illustrates, more profoundly than anything else ever could, the extent to which we have lost control of our destiny and government to the public employee unions.
Likely as a result of the massive pressure we have all been exerting, the U.S. Parole Board has decided to deny parole to Oscar Lopez Rivera, the FALN terrorist who led the gang. He is responsible for many deaths and countless bombings.
Thank you for responding to our e mail requests to write the Parole Board. It generated hundreds of letters.
Bless you all.
A bi-partisan Senate working group which includes Republican Senators Tom Coburn (Oklahoma), Mike Crapo (Idaho), and Saxby Chambliss (Georgia) is considering back door, automatically triggered tax increases as a way to bring down the budget deficit.
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