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Anti-Ron Dick Morris: The GOP Needs to Appeal to the Youth!

One of the more lopsided predictions of this year’s presidential election in Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s favor came from Fox News Channel’s Dick Morris, who on repeated occasions declared Romney would win in a landslide.

As it turned out, Morris was wrong and Obama won handily with a sizeable lead in the Electoral College. On Wednesday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Morris said his landslide prediction had become his “mudslide” and explained where he went wrong.

“I think that the reason the prediction I made was wrong, is that I was criticizing the polling because I said that it reflected the same turn out model as there was in 2008,” Morris said. “And I said I thought that was one-off a pair, that it would not continue and that was not going to be the permanent turnout model for the United States. And I was wrong.”


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Morris' 2012 predictions

Morris' 2012 predictions should disqualify him from being taken seriously ever again. It'll be interesting to see if his Fox appearances are reduced. (Somebody let me know, 'cause I won't be watching Fox.)

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