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Dick Morris Comes To Town

Dick Morris, who runs vote.com and is President Clinton's former political adviser came to Newport Beach. He spoke this morning to the New Majority.

After the speech, he spoke briefly with MIPTC, and had this to say about the New Majority. You'll need Windows Media Player to see this video.

Yes, it's a first for MIPTC, a video blog or video blawg - (how about vlawg?) for you to see. Certainly, Dick Morris' speech was entertaining - he quipped that he believed that "President Clinton was a pretty good president from the neck up."

But more important, he had some solid ideas for the Republican Party. How about this ticket for the upcoming election: President George W. Bush, Vice President Colin Powell and Secretary of State Dick Cheney?

He also suggested a change in the Republican platform. Reduce our dependency on foreign oil and the money used to support terrorism by instituting the hydrogen car. And, get serious on the war on drugs to reduce "narco-terrorism." Reform our immigration visa policy and crack down on those who overstay their visa period.

A very interesting talk. He signed his book, Rewriting History, and talked about his new one, not yet out, called "Because He Could," his take on President Clinton. If you want my notes from his speech, send me an email.

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