Dick Morris: Defined by His Own Words

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Dick Morris: Defined by His Own Words

A few months ago, I wrote this post about Dick Morris' hateful obsession with Hillary Clinton. In that post, I noted that over an eight-month period of his columns in The Hill, the words "Hillary" or "Mrs. Clinton" appeared 109 times. Last night on Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes," Morris was at it again.

Morris was criticizing Mrs. Clinton as someone who lacks "the temperament" to be elected president when co-host Alan Colmes interrupted:
Colmes: "The American people are going to decide that, aren't they?"

Morris: "After a lot of haranguing by me."
Consider that: a) it was Morris himself who described the nature of his comments as "haranguing," and b) this is the dictionary definition of "harange":

1. A long pompous speech, especially one delivered before a gathering.
2. A speech or piece of writing characterized by strong feeling or expression; a tirade.
I'll give Morris credit for at least recognizing his pompous nature and tirade-style attacks.

I'm no great fan of Hillary's, but I have to wonder: what the hell did she possibly do to get under Morris' skin to the point that his life seems to have only one enduring purpose -- trashing Hillary?

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