Saturday, November 05, 2005


Observation of the Day

[Dick Morris] shot to real fame in the 1990s when a beleaguered Bill Clinton brought him into the White House to rescue his presidency from oblivion. Morris came up with the “triangulation” strategy, a wholly cynical and brilliantly successful gambit of politically positioning the President equidistant between Democrats and Republicans

But, in the process, Morris fell out badly with Hillary Clinton. In those days she had some principles....

—Gerard Baker in his review of CONDI vs. HILLARY: The Next Great Presidential Race by Dick Morris and Eileen McGann

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