By Dick Morris on December 23, 2011

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s with President Clinton.[9][10][11] It was also alleged he had an illegitimate child from an affair with a Texas woman.[12].

Morris resigned on the same day that Bill Clinton spoke and accepted the nomination at the Democratic National Convention. In his resignation statement, he said that "while I served I sought to avoid the limelight because I did not want to become the message. Now, I resign so I will not become the issue."[13] In his response, President Clinton praised Morris as a "friend", and thanked him for his years of service. Privately various aides to Clinton were furious that in his resignation statement Morris credited himself with helping the President "come back from being buried in a landslide" and that Morris ended by comparing himself to Robert Kennedy.[14].

Morris was featured on two consecutive covers of Time magazine. The September 2, 1996 issue, which was released before the prostitute story broke, featured Morris as "The Man Who Has Clinton's Ear."[1] The following week, the cover featured Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann, and the headline read "The Morris Mess: After the Fall."[14].

  • Jay Tea on December 27, 2011 3:33 pm
  • Jay Tea on December 27, 2011 3:34 pm

    DICK , your looking bad man , I recommend you stop sucking establishment ass and go on a diet.

  • Jay Tea on December 27, 2011 3:35 pm

    You really think Romney or Gingrich can beat Obama?? You are delusional.

  • Rob Galoli on December 28, 2011 4:58 am

    no credibility…coming from the man who had to quit the clinton administration because of a prostitution scandal…

  • Patrick Joseph Cavlin on December 28, 2011 5:05 am

    dude, the man is a genius.

  • Rob Galoli on December 28, 2011 5:08 am

    because all of the other candidates suck! they're replicas of george w bush

  • Colleen Caldwell on December 28, 2011 6:46 am

    That is the way it has always been Mary. Hopefully some day we can change it.

  • Colleen Caldwell on December 28, 2011 6:47 am

    He will not be reelected if someone with some power stands up and impeaches him for treason.

  • Chris Medders on December 28, 2011 9:13 pm

    If the GOP is scared of loosing then put a good candidate in. Anyone else other than Ron Paul is reelecting Obama.

  • Percy Stafford on December 28, 2011 9:41 pm

    Ron Paul don't stand a chance against Obama sucka!! Now cry about that!!

  • Ralph Eldridge on December 29, 2011 9:41 pm

    Dick does not know the difference between a "libertine" and a classical liberal. Ron Paul is a classical liberal. He believes in the absolute freedom of the individual; like expressed in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution!
    A "libertine" is what liberal progressives advocate. They want all of us to subsidize the hedonistic lifestyles of all their 60's hippie buddies. Ron Paul does not advocate subsidizing abortion, and rather advocates the complete elimination (eventually) of every "great society" welfare program.
    On foreign policy, Dick mis-represents Ron again. Ron Paul is in favor of a NON-INTERVENTIONIST foreign policy. He IS in favor of a strong defense. But he is very much opposed to our policing the world (free of charge) and involving ourselves in the internal politics of every nation on every continent. And, he advocates a free trade policy; not the "gunboat" diplomacy advocated by Teddy Roosevelt, Wilson, and every other progressive since then. The meddling we have done in the middle east and the world has led to most of our problems internationally. Let's just mind our own business and leave people alone!

  • Samuel Clemens on December 30, 2011 5:42 am


    I looked everywhere for something Ron Paul has said or espoused that is pro abortion, or more importantly, something that he has done, or legislation that he has promoted, wrote or voted on, that ends restrictions on abortion. He seems to be very pro-life in his personal life, and politically he seems to advocate repealing R v W. As I have come to read about his position on abortion, he advocates the 10th amendment on this, and as I was considering this, I feel that if enacted, his policies would do more to end and or curb abortion than anything that has been done since R v W. We all know there are many states that would all together ban abortion if R v W was overturned.

    What I feel is more compelling, is that this position is both promoting life and liberty for born and unborn citizens. If he is advocating removing restrictions on abortion, I would like to know about it.

    Here some riveting testimony he gave about his position which I think underscores a good argument for letting the 10th amendment trump a federal law on this issue.

    "In the 1960s when abortion was still illegal, I witnessed, as an OB/GYN resident, the abortion of a fetus that weighed approximately 2 pounds. It was placed in a bucket, crying and struggling to breathe, and the medical personnel pretended not to notice. Soon the crying stopped. This harrowing event forced me to think more seriously about this important issue. That same day in the OB suite, an early delivery occurred and the infant boy was only slightly larger than the one that was just aborted. But in this room everybody did everything conceivable to save this child's life. My conclusion that day was that we were overstepping the bounds of morality by picking and choosing who should live and who should die. There was no consistent moral basis to the value of life under these circumstances. Some people believe that being pro-choice is being on the side of freedom. I've never understood how killing a human being, albeit a small one in a special place, is portrayed as a precious right."
    Source: Liberty Defined, by Rep. Ron Paul, p. 1 , Apr 19, 2011.