UPDATE: Dick Morris Says Fox News Fired Him “For Being Wrong”

UPDATE, 6:28 PM: One day after having his contract not renewed by Fox News Channel, Dick Morris says it was his bad political judgment that got him canned. “I was fired because I was wrong. I was wrong and I was wrong at the top of my lungs,” Morris told CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight Wednesday. On his first appearance on CNN in over a decade, the former FNC contributor still insisted his opinion that Mitt Romney would win the Presidential election was correct – until Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. “The real issue is why did Mitt Romney lose? The real answer is the storm,” Morris told Morgan. At the end of the approximately 20-minute interview, Morgan invited Morris to come back anytime.

PREVIOUSLY, FEB. 5: Long time contributor Dick Morris will no longer be a talking head on Fox News Channel. “His contract is up and we will not be renewing it, ” a spokesperson for the news network confirmed today. A perpetual presence during last year’s Presidential election, Morris has not been seen on FNC since November 12. During the battle between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, the former Clinton advisor had been strongly predicting a big loss for the incumbent. Morris didn’t waste much time moving on from FNC. Earlier today, he announced via Twitter that he would be making an appearance on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight on Wednesday. That will be the first time the conservative has appeared on CNN since 2002. Morris isn’t the only big name contributor departure from the top rated news network. FNC recently parted ways with former GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin after three years. On the other hand, Fox News also re-signed Karl Rove to a multiyear contract and added liberal former Congressman Dennis Kucinich as a contributor.

Comments (552)

  • This news made my day…. Dick Morris is a despicable being!

    Comment by Gino50 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:11pm PST  
    • How did this guy hang on to that job for so long?

      Comment by Cara — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:36pm PST  
      • Like most Fox talking heads, he kept the job so long because he echoed the anti-Democratic sentiments of their viewership. He was dumped because even their viewers could no longer find him credible following Obama’s second term win against every one of his supposedly expert theories.

        No worries – Fox continues to hire other snake oil salesmen to shill propaganda and fuel their cult minded audience.

        Comment by David Markland — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:03pm PST  
        • Oh, you are so correct. FoxNews hires snakeoil salemen. MSNBC hires Joe Scarborough, Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton, Lawrence O’Donnell, and Rachel Maddow. All stellar examples for impartial political analysts.

          Comment by Kathleen3 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:46pm PST  
          • Joe is a conservative. Do you really know anything about him?

            Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:54pm PST  
          • LOL. Ya, Joe Scarborough is somewhat conservative. The rest are real works of art. Not. Oh, and you forgot Chris “Legs” Matthews.

            Comment by Jim — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:07pm PST  
          • Scarborough is NOT a conservative, nor is he a republican. If anything he’s a liberal sympathizing Rino. Likable enough, but spineless.

            Comment by Buck — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:25pm PST  
          • That is not an impartial group Maddow,Schultz, and Odonnell are screaming liberals, lets get real.

            Comment by elizabeth jones — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:16pm PST  
          • The anonymous moron who said Scarborough is a conservative has exhibited – shall we say – a certain lack of understanding. Whatever he was, Scarborough is just another MSNBC hack anxious to generate ratings. There’s nothing wrong with building an audience – though lying about who you are does have a certain smell to it.

            Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 10:22pm PST  
          • Al Sharpton?

            Comment by Carwash — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 11:43pm PST  
          • go Kathleen!

            Comment by okiemom — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:52am PST  
          • Joe Scarborough may have been a “conservative” when he was in Congress. He’s not anymore. I was a guest on his program. It was amazing. I’m a conservative. I thought I was being interviewed by Chris Matthews. I have been, on Hardball.

            No, Joe is a perfect example of the Proverb found in Scripture: “Bad company corrupts good morals.”

            Comment by Jack Thompson — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:46am PST  
          • As to the people MSNBC hires, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at the post. If Fox hires snake oil salespeople, then I’m not really sure how to approach this. I will state though that I don’t watch FOX much at all – other than when the presidential debates were on. As to MSNBC, I did catch some of the Rachael Maddow show while flipping around. I could take about 5 minutes of her, and had to run for the bottle of Tums. She’s quite a piece of work.

            Maybe, MSNBC should change their slogan to: “MSNBC: Continuing to feed Low Information Voters on a daily basis so they can maintain that same level of intelligence when it comes to politics.”

            Comment by TtwoT — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:52am PST  
          • Joe Scarborough is now conservative. He’s a phony like the rest of the establishment wanna be repubicans, to borrow a term from the great Mark Levin. If FNC is so full of propaganda, why do their ratings trump MSLSD and CNN by so wide of margin? The low information voters in this country, who apparently choose our leaders, don’t even watch credible news programs. The people who work and pay the freight, for everyone else, watch FNC.

            Comment by AnthonyR — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:17am PST  
          • Too funny Kathleen. You hit the nail on the head, although many won’t get the sarcasm. Good one girl!

            Comment by Ruth — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:04am PST  
          • Hahahahah, you must be drunk.

            Comment by harry — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:11am PST  
          • You must live in one of those states that just legalized marijuana. If you think the people you mentioned are impartial, you are buying their snake oil. Through an independent study by PEW Research, MSNBC was found to be the most biased (to the left) station on TV.

            Comment by MTDA — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:38am PST  
          • Left-leaning cable news network MSNBC is the most biased of all media outlets, even beating its right-of-center rival FOX News, according to a new study.

            The study, conducted by Pew Research Center from August 27 to October 21, showed MSNBC aired 259 news segments about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Of those segments, only 3-percent were positive, and 71-percent negative.

            Likewise, MSNBC aired coverage of President Obama that was 39-percent positive and 15-percent negative, the study shows.

            The biggest offenders of biased reporting on MSNBC were Martin Bashir, Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton and Lawrence O’Donnell, reports the New York Times. Bashir used his show to portray the Republican contender as having mental issues, while O’Donnell was forced to apologize last April for slandering Romney’s Mormon faith as a scheme made up by a man who “got caught having sex with the maid and explained to his wife that God told him to do it.”

            The station routinely uses Obama campaign press releases as actual copy in their reporting, the Times notes, even repeating lines Obama campaign spokespeople have used elsewhere in the media.

            FOX News is routinely criticized as being biased, while MSNBC is not.
            FOX Newswas also biased in its coverage, only to the right and not as severe. Segments about President Obama were 6-percent positive and 46-percent negative, while segments about Romney were 12-percent negative and 28-percent positive.

            The third-most popular cable news outlet, CNN, was biased toward President Obama, only not as severe as MSNBC. The station, which markets itself as more objective than the left-leaning MSNBC and right-centered FOX, ran segments on the president that were 21-percent negative and 18-percent positive, and segments on Romney that were 36-percent negative and 11-percent positive.

            A similar study conducted by Pew during the 2008 U.S. presidential election showed media bias in both MSNBC and FOX towards their respective sides of the political aisle. The 2012 study showed not only that divide steepening, but becoming more severe in the reporting done by MSNBC.

            Comment by MTDA — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:39am PST  
          • Joe is no conservative!

            Comment by williejames — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:54am PST  
          • I no longer watch FOX news because of their liberal commentators…Rove, Kocinich, et al. Instead, at the news hour, I listen to Mark Levin for the real story.

            Comment by David — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:01am PST  
          • Joe spent a few terms in the House of Reps. he is a Republican from Florida. Did any of you geniuses know that the average spend for an add on CNN primetime is 2X that of Fox News? Maybe it is becuase FoxNews prime time viewers are Republicans only(84%). The notion that it is fair and balanced is like cycling was clean from 1999-2005.

            Comment by boogy — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:03am PST  
          • You’re kidding right! MSNBC is a joke. Dick Morris is a liberal. That was FOX’s answer to trying to report “Fair and Balanced.” None of them is reputable.

            Comment by Chris A — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:23am PST  
          • Anything, n I mean anything fromMSNBC is BS . They are the most anxious network. Like Odumbo lies,after lie’s after life’s.

            Comment by Charles Brunette — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:28am PST  
          • Joe Scarborough is a progressive RINO, an out of control motor-mouth, and a guy with an ego the size of Alaska. He is right where he belongs.
            As for the “cartoonish” Fox network, they have been moving to the Left for some time. Just look at some of the clowns they’re hiring. As if they didn’t have enough of their own clowns. But, it’s still better than watching Pravda’s network, msnbc.

            Comment by A. Levy — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:32am PST  
          • Joe Scarborough is NOT a conservative. at one time he was a Republican congressman. now he is a shill for the Obama administration, just like all the rest of the MSNBC crowd.
            as for Fox, Hannity and O’Reilly may be bloviators, but Bret Baier and the hard-news reporters are as good as anyone in the business…maybe better.

            Comment by rulierose — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:02am PST  
          • Can you imagine any respectable news organization hiring sleazeballs and scumbags like Al “Tawana Brawley” Sharpton, Larry “John Brown” O’Donnell, Rachel “Lizzie Borden” Maddow, Chris “Wet Legs” Matthews, and Ed “The Mercenary” Shultz? Joe Yarborough is just a Rhino opportunist.

            Comment by Jennie — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:17am PST  
          • I see from your blog-reply that you are lacking in the arts of sarcasm.

            Comment by minfxbg — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:36am PST  
          • YOU ARE RIGHT. and to the person who said joe scarborough is a conservative, you have no idea what you are talking about. he is a progressive

            Comment by sara r — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:07am PST  
          • You mean that bunch of DNC hacks?

            Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:13am PST  
          • Your description of the leftist media is right on. The talking heads for their media tend to use hype and vulgar language along with their liberal spin. However, Fox News will benefit from eliminating some of their past contributors. I for one got very tired of Morris and got to the point of “could not stand” Palin. However, I am puzzled they would “re-up” Rove. He is about as bad as the GOP can get in past over the hill spokespeople. I feel his comments alone did more damage to Romney than anything the Left said. I’m at a point now of listening to Andre Rieu or Richard Clayderman rather than ANY media. Nothing is being done by either party, nothing will be done until the whole Country falls flat. Then we will see who, what and when a change can be implemented. I love America, but not what is taking place now by it’s elected leaders.

            Comment by mauloa — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:09am PST  
          • Amen Kathleen 3

            Comment by Sam — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 11:06am PST  
          • The difference between Fox and MSNBC is that MSNBC’s motto is “Lean Forward” i.e., “we know we are liberals and we are telling you upfront. Fox’s motto is “Fair and Balanced” so they CLAIM to not take a side. If they would just say they are conservatives, I wouldn’t have a problem. It’s the trying to portray or claim something they are not that annoys me and so many others.

            Comment by Marie — Tuesday February 19, 2013 @ 11:08am PST  
          • Are you watching the same show I am? The people on MSNBC SPEND all of their time trashing Fox. They don’t have time for anything else. I sometimes wonder how they can spin all that stuff. They are laughable. Everyone knows they are the most biased network and are scared to death of Fox and well they should be.

            Comment by "Billie Smith — Saturday April 13, 2013 @ 8:44am PDT  
          • You are hilarious. Keep up the comedy work!!

            Comment by Pailee — Monday April 15, 2013 @ 7:18pm PDT  
        • no different than liberal stations that have their own shills, but unlike fox, also seem to have no audience.

          Comment by barry1817 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:48pm PST  
          • so true! however, Morris was a hyper successful pollster for Big Bill
            Clinton : some would say made his presidency the success it is , unwisely , perceived to be !

            Comment by tkelley — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:39pm PST  
          • Unlike Conservatives, Liberals don’t need a partisan propaganda machine to tell them what to think.

            Comment by Mavent — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 10:14pm PST  
          • A very astute observation.

            Comment by LTC Ray Burke — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 10:47pm PST  
          • Mavent: Because every media outlet other than Fox isn’t left-wing – it’s down-the-center and unbiased, right?

            Comment by Quidam Q. Agathezol — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 12:30am PST  
          • I Fox News is fair and balanced, should there not be just as many people on the Right as there are on the Left that complain about the content. No one who wants to be informed watches Fox News.

            Comment by joe — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 1:35am PST  
          • BINGO

            Comment by rexhandsom — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:48am PST  
          • “Unlike Conservatives, Liberals don’t need a partisan propaganda machine to tell them what to think.”

            You are correct – Liberals have stupid hard-wired into them.

            Comment by common_sense — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:33am PST  
          • Malvent gets “post of the day” award for shameless, clueless, central-committee speak.

            Comment by Dave — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:20am PST  
          • “Unlike Conservatives, Liberals don’t need a partisan propaganda machine to tell them what to think.”

            HAHAHAHAHA…So true…they have the LameStream Media & the HollyWould elites…& MSNBC (now NBC) & CNN…along with Rachel MadCow, Al (not so)Sharpton, Ed Shiltz, Chris Tingles and Randi Rhodes (less traveled, or listened to)…just to name a few.

            Most people who voted for ObamaBinBiden did so because of what they feared…not because of the man himself…they feared getting deported…they feared losing their food stamps or indefinite unemployment or their free phone or some other handout.

            The lies of the left won out at the end of the day…

            Comment by Angelo Gitliani — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:10am PST  
          • Mavent says, “Unlike Conservatives, Liberals don’t need a partisan propaganda machine to tell them what to think.”

            LOL funny! Liberals have been getting their brainwashings at the hands of the liberal media for years. CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS. Every major newspaper except the WSJ. Good Ol’ Walter Cronkite almost single-handedly undermined the USA in the Vietnam War. If Liberals listened to both sides of an issue (which FOXNews readily provides) there wouldn’t be so many Low Information Voters out there. Sadly, the Takers don’t understand and don’t choose to care about individual rights and less government.

            Comment by SelfReliant — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:46am PST  
          • “Unlike Conservatives, Liberals don’t need a partisan propaganda machine to tell them what to think.”

            I’m not one for intellectual dishonesty – but that remark made me LOL.

            Comment by Pkpost — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:03am PST  
          • So true! Fox always shows both sides which is why their ratings ar through the roof. MSNBC is a a wretched little lefty show. I will miss Dick Morris, though he has F U money and will land on his feet. Wish they had dumped the dopey Karl Rove instead.

            Comment by jann dark — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:23am PST  
        • Must be why CNN hired him immediately.

          Fox doesn’t need him — or Palin. Their ratings blow the competitors out the door because they actually put TWO points of view on most shows. MSNBC only gives the left angle, which is why nobody watches it.

          Comment by Doc Michaels — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:53pm PST  
          • Which two positions are you talking about? Do you mean when Sean hannity talks over combs? At least MSNBC was morning joe, Steve Schmidt, and Michael Steele.

            Comment by Jim — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:58pm PST  
          • You forgot to mention how the article tried to hang the “conservative” moniker on Morris, as if everyone who doesn’t spout liberal talking points must be a conservative. Which Presidential administration did Morris work for again?

            Comment by Joe A — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:32pm PST  
          • “Do you mean when Sean hannity talks over combs (sic)?”

            Another genius. How many years has it been since the show was Hannity & Colmes? Meanwhile, back to reality. Colmes, Powers, Juan Williams and even Dennis Kucinich regularly appear on O’Reilly.

            Comment by JoeA — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:37pm PST  
          • What makes you think CNN hired him? He only appeared on the Piers Morgan show.

            Comment by Rick Douglas — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 2:26am PST  
          • Sure it’s watched–by the other commentators on the network. Matthews watches Maddow, Shultz watches Sharpton, no one watches O’Donnell, and they all watch their ratings plummet.

            Comment by Jack — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:04am PST  
          • “MSNBC only gives the left angle, which is why nobody watches it.”

            Fox “News” just posted its worst ratings since 2001. Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show recently moved from 14th to 10th place among evening cable news shows.

            Comment by Bernard Webb — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:28am PST  
          • Morris might have gotten his points across better and thus better understood had it not been for O’Reilly inturrupting and talking over him.

            Comment by Fred F — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:59am PST  
          • “Which two positions are you talking about? Do you mean when Sean hannity talks over combs [sic]?”

            yeah, and the worst thing about them newfangled auto-MObiles is that they scare the horses.

            seriously, when was the last time you actually watched Fox? “Hannity and Colmes” hasn’t been a show for years.

            the “two sides” we’re talking about is the panel discussions with Juan Williams and Charles Krauthammer…Kirsten Powers and Jonah Goldberg…Mara Liasson and Steve Hayes…liberal/conservative, liberal/conservative, liberal/conservative. there’s disagreement but it’s always civil–unlike MSNBC, where putative “conservatives” are invited on so they can be made fun of.

            get it now?

            Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:08am PST  
          • Yeah right fair and balanced….total bs!

            Fox may have been f&b when Glen Beck was on board or when
            Judge Napolitano had his show on Fox Business. However when
            they were removed and replaced with Bob Bekel…Bob Beckel!!!!!
            any sempbance of fair and balanced went away with the wind.
            They are no more now then slightly to the right of the communist
            msnbc and cnn.

            Comment by RICK — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:40am PST  
        • Of course there are no, ANTI REPUBLICAN people are there?
          OH of course not.

          Comment by dan — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:53pm PST  
          • Which universe are you in? Here are some anti Republicans who have been on Fox: Al Sharpton, Alan Colmes, Alec Baldwin, Austan Goolsbee, Barack Obama, Barney Frank, Bernard Whitman, Bill Schulz, Bob Beckel, Brad Woodhouse, Cathy Areu, Chris Dodd, Chris Van Hollen, Christopher Hahn, Cornel West, Dan Rather, David Callahan, David Corn, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Dennis Kucinich, Dick Durban, Dick Harpootlian, Douglas Schoen, Ed Asner, Ed Henry, Eleanor Clift, Ellen Rattner, Ellis Henican, Emily Tisch Sussman, Eric Alterman, Erica Payne, Flavia Colgan, Geraldine Ferraro, Geraldo Rivera, Greta Van Susteren, Henry Weiner, Hillary Clinton, Jane Hall, Jasmyne Cannick, Jehmu Greene, Jessie Jackson, Joe Sestak, John Rowley, Jon Stewart, Joycelyn Elders, Juan Williams, Judith Miller, Julia Roginsky, Julian Bond, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Kirsten Powers, Leslie Marshall, Mara Liasson, Margie Omero, Mark Warner, Martin O’Malley, Marvin Kalb, Michael Kinsley, Michael Moore, Michelangelo Signorile, Mort Kondracke, Narney Frank, Pat Caddell, Patricia Degennaro, Penny Lees, Phil Donahue, Quanell X, Rep Martin Frost, Richard Elovich, Rod Blagojevich, Rod Snyder, Rosie O’Donnell, Sally Kohn, Sami Al-Arian, Sheila Jackson Lee, Shepard Smith, Simon Rosenberg, Sister Simone Campbell, Steve Murphy, Susan Estrich, Susan Rice, Tamera Holder, Tara Dowdell, Tavis Smiley, Teresa Macbain, Valerie Jarrett, Wayne Besen, Whoopi Goldberg, Xavier Becerra, Zerling Maxwell, Brent Colburn, Dov Hikind, Roseanne Barr, Marjorie Clifton, Tom Friedman, Christian Dorsey, John Flannery, Alexis McGill Johnson, Tim Gietner, Mark Hannah, Eric Swalwell, Cristina Page, Leland Yee

            Comment by Joseph Dewey — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:50pm PST  
        • Ummm, you do realize that Dick Morris ran Clinton’s campaign right? He’s not super conservative. And then there’s the fact that Fox News just hired Kucinich, a democrat. As always, FNC is fair and balanced. Just because you don’t like it doesn’t make it wrong.

          Comment by Leslie — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:34pm PST  
          • Kucinich could be described as a Libertarian Socialist Democrat; if that sounds like a contradiction in terms, it is. So is Dennis. Also if you want to see why Clinton won look at Ross Perot.

            Comment by petie3 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:41am PST  
          • Dewey; nice work. Won’t repeat it.

            Comment by enbe — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:09am PST  
        • Dick Morris failed to deliver the goods on election night. many believed him, Oh well. Dick was an adviser to Clinton, so it’s pretty cool to see the demoshitz, here on this website; eating their own; vile… and I love it!! hahaha

          Comment by politicojames — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:42pm PST  
          • To be fair, name one Republican talking head that got the election RIGHT. Are expecting miracle predictions from Dick Morris?

            Comment by jimmmytheknife — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 10:41pm PST  
          • Karl Rove failed to deliver too !

            Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:16am PST  
        • Another Democrat and Clinton cohort falls goes to CNN

          Comment by bob alu — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:02pm PST  
        • Fox gets rid of the most American speaking people. the other networks got rid of Amnerican speaking people long ago.

          Your not going to understad what is going on until a Military drags you or your neighbors out of bed.

          Morris, with bill clinton, invented “talking points”. When a person in bed with progressive/comunism decides he is no longer part of that crowd–the net works dismiss him/her.

          No exceptions.

          Comment by Dion — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:59pm PST  
        • You can’t blame Morris for being wrong is prediction of a Romney win. The great majority of polls reported Romney leading sometimes by as much as three points most of the time. It almost makes you suspect voter fraud, except the Democrats would never do that, oh no, that’s a Republican thing.

          Comment by John C — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 11:00pm PST  
          • “It almost makes you suspect voter fraud”.
            When the Democrat party through the years has fiercely fought tooth and nail against any sort of massive voter reform (valid ID at the ballot box etc), your theory here is well shared.

            Comment by PeterM — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:45am PST  
          • You certainly can blame him! He admitted his predictions were fabricated.

            Comment by Dave — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:22am PST  
          • Yes, it was massive voter fraud, coupled with the Dems voting machines.

            Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:24am PST  
        • It has always amazed me how afraid the ‘left’ is of Fox News.

          No doubt Fox is advocate for conservatism…(The ‘Fair and Balanced’ claim is a little silly)…but all news is biased, most of it slanted ‘left’.

          Fox simply has a different point of view and that seems to terrify liberals.

          Comment by Jim — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:36am PST  
        • Yes, like Dennis Kucinich and Bob Beckel.

          Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:40am PST  
        • What does msnbc have to offer? Nada

          Comment by william barbrick — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:52am PST  
        • Oh, you mean people like Dennis Kucinich? Yea, now there’s a conservative for you.

          Comment by Doug — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:59am PST  
        • Anti-democratic sentiments. awlrighty then. (ummmm Dennis Kusinich?)You’re a moron

          Comment by Cybrdg — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:10am PST  
        • Like Dennis Kucinich?

          Comment by Steve — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:22am PST  
        • However, I bet you thought Morris was the cat’s meow when he worked for the Clinton’s. I just love Progressive reasoning, logic and fairness!!!!

          Comment by mtman100 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:36am PST  
        • Doesn’t the article say that Fox News picked up Dennis Kucinich? You can’t get much more liberal than that.

          Comment by Sean Cruse — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:44am PST  
        • Did you miss the part that Morris was now appearing on CNN Piers Morgan? Is Fox any different than the other news outlets, other than they are more center-right, rather than center-left? They’re all the same…they all cater to their audience and that equals profit…Fox is just doing a better job of it.

          Comment by beach-bum1972 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:47am PST  
        • AMEN!!!

          Comment by Dennis — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:04am PST  
        • That’s a far left Liberal statement obviously not to smart…

          Comment by Mike — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:30am PST  
        • Dude, at least try to be a little bit intellectual. What specifically are you referring to? What lies and propaganda does Fox News spew? If you can’t be specific, you are not contributing to the national conversation, you are just being an idiot.

          Comment by Bob — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:34am PST  
        • If I recall, Morris was NOT the only one to “predict” a Romney win, sooooooo…

          If you feel that is the criteria for him leaving, not so.

          Some of his expertise is that of polling & all the buzz as it relates to elections. Morris’ work basically was “done” now that the election had come/gone…no other reason.

          This is hardly “breaking news” or a huge loss. The apple cart has not been turned over, FOX News is STILL the favored news source, and if you feel this will be a death blow to FOX, think again my friend! lol

          Comment by Sharon — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:27am PST  
        • Yes, they hired that rabid right-winger Dennis Kucinich. Or did you miss that with your lack of reading comprehension?

          Comment by MJS0177 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:28am PST  
        • Fox leans right but has many liberal commentators such as Allan Colmes and Dennis Kusinich. . Contrast that with MSNBC which is so left it is off the charts. Mr. Tingle (Chris Matthews who should be on tranquilizers), Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, Lawrence O’Donnell…..

          Comment by Kathy — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:28am PST  
        • Yes, now you get to have him on your shrill anti republican network CNN. Enjoy..

          Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:48am PST  
        • You’re probably right. That would explain why they hired Dennis Kucinich.

          Comment by GT — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:48am PST  
        • Fox continues to hire other snake oil salesmen to shill propaganda and fuel their cult minded audience.

          Spoken like a true narrow-minded liberal. I do believe propaganda is 100% owned by every news outlet EXCEPT Fox news…the obummer administration does a great job in pulling their strings!!!

          Comment by Fred — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:12am PST  
        • Keep drinking the Kool-Aide!

          Comment by Eric Jahn — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:14am PST  
        • You mean the people who question why Obama/Pelosi/Reid lie 24/7 and are NEVER questioned about ANYTHING? NBC? MSNBC? CBS? CNN? ABC? Never question the hundreds of lies and crimes of Obama. HUNDREDS dead from Fast and Furious? Not a peep. Massive voter fraud? Not a peep. Obama’s Marxist/Communist connections, terrorist friends? Not a peep – and on and on and on.

          Fox is the ONLY network to ask questions AT ALL. Why won’t Obama have a legitimate press conference? Why won’t he appear on Fox to answer a SINGLE question? It’s because he’d be dismantled, discredited, and exposed for the pathological liar and dangerous radical that he is. Fox may lean to the right, but they actually ASK QUESTIONS.

          Comment by Bob — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:24am PST  
        • Riiiiiight. And MSNBC, NBC,CBS,CNN,ABC’s taling heads never show hate and contempt for Conservatives or Republicans?

          Comment by Doug — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:29am PST  
        • David: “Fox continues to hire other snake oil salesmen to shill propaganda and fuel their cult minded audience.” And they do this by bringing on…….Dennis Kucinich. Okay….

          Show me a regular on MSNBC who is to the right as Kucinich is to the left, you jackboot-licking socialist douche.

          Comment by Bill Davenport — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:30am PST  
        • Hah, yeah right. Spoken like a true drone.

          Comment by James — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:32am PST  
        • Not really, They kept Rove and he is a moderate Republican and anti conservative. He is one of the bubble heads in Washington that are believing what they read in the liberal press about what Republicans need to do. He should be “let go” also.
          He has no core values, it is just about “politics”

          Comment by Dale — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:34am PST  
        • David Markland, you are so uninformed it borders on hysteria. Here’s the history of television news in America…

          - For forty long years, all Americans got their news from one of three networks (ABC, NBC, CBS). All of them leaned Left but viewed themselves as Centrist. Nothing could be further from the truth.

          - Then along came cable and CNN. They leaned heavily Left but viewed themselves as leaning Left. Nothing could be further from the truth.

          - Then along came Fox News and millions of Conservative Americans began getting their news from them because they leaned Right.

          - The major networks threw a hissy fit and, because they viewed themselves as Centrist in their delivery of the news, they labeled Fox News as far Right in their news delivery. Nothing could be further from the truth. Fox News was merely to the Right of the major networks, who leaned Left.

          - Then along came MSNBC, who leans heavily Left, but views themselves as “Progressive”. They, too joined the “Fox News is a far Right news organization” chorus. Nothing could be further from the truth.

          The truth, David, is that historically Americans have received Left-leaning news from organizations who view themselves as Centrist, and Fox News merely balanced the scales and gave millions of Conservative-leaning Americans the news from THEIR perspective.

          But people like you, David, who view themselves as Centrist and “always right” don’t even realize that you lean heavily Left, which is why you attack Fox News as “far Right”.

          Basically, David, you are dead wrong about Fox News, but you ARE the quintessential liberal: always certain but never right.

          Comment by RonG — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:37am PST  
        • Boy, the union run public school system sure indoctrinated you.

          Comment by JBar595 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:43am PST  
        • Sure. Like Dennis Kucinich.

          Comment by taxPAYER — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:47am PST  
        • Funny how we all root for “our side” when both sides are selling us down the river and are both Big Gov’t Socialist tax collector water boys for global interests. They all have us right where they want us. Fighting amongst ourselves and divided. “A Kingdom divided against itself will not stand,” and we are sinking faster than the Titanic did. The Dems are unabashed about there seditious leftist policies and GOP just pretends that they wanna change things back to something that resembles common sense that might actually benefit people rather than Government. Keep fighting each other, they’ve turned all of us into Lenin’s “useful idiots.” Frikken sheep all of us…

          Comment by Danno — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:53am PST  
        • Poor David. Jealously will get you nowhere.

          Comment by Jeckyll — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:05am PST  
        • Glad that Fox dumped this HAS BEEN…He has not guessed ONE thing RIGHT for Decades… he fits well with the Bone Heads of CNN or BS NBC

          Comment by Len — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:05am PST  
        • Fox has a greater variety of opinion on it than any other network, certainly more than MSNBC. You clearly don’t know what you’re talking about, but I’m not surprised.

          Comment by David Lampo — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:59am PST  
        • Listen carefully – our political system is now institutionally corrupt. The process has taken about fifty years to accomplish. I don’t believe that Obama won the election legitimately and I don’t think we’ll have another President – either Republican or Democrat – who is legitimate. Obama has not produced any personal documents to demonstrate who he is, his qualifications, or medical condition. Information, by the way, that free citizens are entitled to know about the person who occupies the most powerful government position in the world. Hang it up folks – it’s all over for freedom!

          Comment by MickyD — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:02am PST  
        • Sounds more like you are the cult member….are you enjoying that kool-aid?

          Comment by Richard — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:18am PST  
        • Not unlike MS-LSD, CNN, ABC, PBS blah blah blah blah.

          Comment by m — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:08am PST  
        • “Snake Oil Salesmen”… you just exposed yourself as an ignorant fool.

          Comment by Samuel Glidewell — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:11am PST  
        • Such hate. Have we really come to this where we do not respect other people’s opinion.

          Comment by Grandma26 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:34am PST  
        • In case anyone wonders, I followed the above post. She was responding to an earlier post on this blog that told conservatives to get over it, since Obama won, “fair and square.”

          Comment by Susanna Gordon — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:38am PST  
        • As opposed to MSNBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and NBC who play it straight down the middle. Even the most ardent liberal will tell you the mms leans left. Wake up stupid!

          Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:50am PST  
        • David, I agree with your assessment of Dick Morris but your other comments would lead me to believe you would be more comfortable with MSNBC and Chris (I feel a tickle coming on) Matthews and his off the wall critiques.

          Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 2:07pm PST  
        • I am just getting tired of Fox. They just hate too much and I have caught them in a lot of just downright lies lately. I am sorry but I am a moderate Republican and they are in such a hate frenzy I can’t relate to them anymore. Sad they used to be decent people. They are not much more than a propaganda machine anymore. That would not be so bad but they remind me alot of some of the bullies I used to know at high school. Can’t hack em. Ugh!

          Comment by sj — Saturday February 23, 2013 @ 1:12am PST  
        • No worries – MSNBC continues to keep their snake oil salesmen to shill propaganda and fuel their own cult minded audience. At least Fox News knew when to show Dick Morris the exit.

          Comment by Chris — Saturday March 30, 2013 @ 10:04pm PDT  
      • Didn’t you read the article? He was under contract. You don’t break contracts without severe financial penalties.

        Comment by Barry650 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:20pm PST  
        • What are you talking about? The story clearly stated his contract was up and would not be renewed.

          Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:31pm PST  
      • He got Clinton elected twice..

        Comment by MadCharles — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:21pm PST  
      • How has Obama hung onto his this long?

        Comment by dan — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:52pm PST  
      • He kept his job because is was a turn coat. Ex Dem, Ex Clinton advisor discovers Ailes and dishes what he claims inside dirt on his old chums. Kinda like the killer or Ponzi guys who find God just before heading to court.

        Comment by Just Sayin... — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:48am PST  
      • …he should have stuck to foot licking.

        Comment by sjcole — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:05am PST  
      • They should have let the pretender Conservative Karl Rove go as
        well. I suppose they along with the Chairman want to make themselves a little lighter for Hillary in the next election.
        Karl Rove and Fox News went a long way in giving us Mitt Romney as
        “The One” for the Republican cause. No. 1 O’Reilly is Rove fan.

        Comment by govskeptic — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:26am PST  
    • I will miss Dick.
      He is brilliant and no one bats a thousand.

      Comment by Boudicca — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:48pm PST  
      • That’s what she said.

        Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:31pm PST  
      • Dick has a great website so you dont have to miss him. The truth is Obama barely won several states so there is no way you can say he won by a land slide. It’s FNCs loss. God bless you Dick! Congrats on your new contract with CNN.

        Comment by Jason Smith — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:47pm PST  
        • “Dick has a great website so you dont have to miss him. The truth is Obama barely won several states so there is no way you can say he won by a land slide. It’s FNCs loss. God bless you Dick! Congrats on your new contract with CNN.”

          You are a moron. A total. Fucking. Moron.


          Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:52pm PST  
          • Classy response!

            Comment by al — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:16pm PST  
          • And you are a genius. A total. Fu…… – well, no – your reponse speaks volumes – look in the mirror to find the moron.

            Comment by Tom A — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:09am PST  
          • ah, must be one of those “tolerant” liberals! thanks for elevating the discourse.

            Comment by rulierose — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:10am PST  
          • Opinions truly are like assholes in this case.

            Comment by Richard — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:27am PST  
      • I will miss his also. They shoud of got rid of Karl Rove instead.

        Comment by teawithjill — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:27pm PST  
        • I agree!

          Comment by The Truth — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:54pm PST  
        • 10-4….and I don’t mean to flatter him!

          Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:57pm PST  
        • I agree!!

          Comment by Dave — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:12pm PST  
        • I agree Rove is a bad as the CNN liberals only on the other side of the fence.

          Comment by welrdelr — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:26am PST  
        • they will get rid of ROve when you do of your horrible grammatical skills. For your info, it’s not ‘should of got,’ it is ‘should’ve got.’

          Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:26am PST  
      • Dick didn’t even bat .100. He was very rarely right.

        Comment by Rick — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:00pm PST  
        • None of them got anything right. Even the American people didn’t get it right. So I guess they all got it right.

          Comment by MaliciousDisorder — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:23pm PST  
      • I will also miss Dick Morris. It is Fox’s lost. Fox is becoming too middle of the road for me. I want strong debate on issue not middle of the road talk.

        Comment by char — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:06pm PST  
        • Yes, it is Fox’s loss. This network is being populated with such incompetents as Alan Combs, Juan Williams, and Mark Lamont Hill. At least we can see Morris on his website. Fox news has been moving in a liberal direction since the 2010 election.

          Comment by Kathleen — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:09am PST  
      • Both Rove and Morris were wrong on 2012.

        However, Morris is not a RINO.

        At worst, Morris was a Clinton administration infiltrator, and did more for the conservative movement than anyone, but Clinton himself.

        Then the GOP establishment, which has no room for actual conservatives as well the DEMs, gave Morris the cold shoulder despite his successes against liberals.

        Undaunted, Morris will continue as a fighter and champion for conservatism.

        Rove just announced his intentions to undermine, intimidate, and out-maneuver the TEA Party activists, which would including Morris and Palin.

        Since FOX has been thinning its herd of any actual conservatives, they’ve lost me.

        What primed the pump was a complete cooperation with a blackout of news surrounding the forged BC of president Obama.

        If they’ll do that, what else will they filter?

        FOX isn’t “fair and balanced” as much as they are RINO sympathizers. Just as bad as being a lying liberal in my mind.

        Comment by Jay Palmquist — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:22pm PST  
        • Bullseye! My sentiments entirely. I started to back off FNC when they dumped Napolitano, then disengaged completely when O’Rielly(sp?) did the coverup of BO’s soc.sec. card; very telling that they dump Palin and renew Rove! No way they can be fair and balanced when they shut out true conservatives. Anybody heard from “too close to call” Rasmussen lately? Seems like all the phony polling data was rigged to keep wealthy Repubs in the game and cotributing to Rove’s super-pac; would any of them have given him a plug nickel if they knew Romney didn’t have a chance?

          Comment by fenwickpirate735 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:52am PST  
          • I don’t think Rove was touched by the results of the election one iota…he made MILLIONS with his “architectural” analysis , tactics and BS in spite of it!
            He was Bush’s right hand and each and every time he had used his “genius” mind republicans lost! 2010 sweep was in spite of Rove.
            I am glad FOX is losing viewership, they became a useless propaganda outlet.

            Comment by Sofie — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 11:08am PST  
        • That is the most cogent comment I have seen, so far, on this blog.

          Comment by Onirgnikaerf A Tonmi — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:45am PST  
        • Right on. I’ve also noticed the swing of Fox News towards the Left and the RINO views. It’s sad. I will no longer watch FoxNews.

          Comment by Kip Noxzema — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:43am PST  
      • He really hates Hillary…he’ll be funny to watch when the next presidential race heats up in a couple of years…too bad he went where nobody will see him.

        Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:36pm PST  
      • A dart board would be more accurate. He’s the guy who said the anti-war people were gonna be sorry after we uncovered all the Iraqi WMD. Toe-sucker was just a wind bag who managed to fool people like you for too long. He won’t be missed.

        Comment by BigFish92672 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 1:05am PST  
    • Good riddance, bad rubbish. Dick Morris is a joke. Watch him, he will now start attacking conservatives. He was never sincere.

      Comment by Dean Leach — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:18pm PST  
      • Follow the money

        Comment by Cybrdg — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:26am PST  
      • He only came over to the conservative side when Clinton fired him on the eve of re-election for getting caught with hookers. Now that Fox has not renewed his contract, watch him swing back to where he came from. He was always WRONG at virtually every prediction he ever made, so whatever he says no matter whose side he is on at the time lacks credibility.

        Comment by Portia Torte — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:38am PST  
    • Yeah, he brought us Bill Clinton. I worked for him. He’s odd, but all these political savants are. No surprise. The networks all shake up their cast, just like sports teams.

      Comment by Chico — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:35pm PST  
    • I agree. Bill O’Reilly carried him as long as he could, which was far too long. Oh, well, back to the oblivion of toe sucking at the Hay Adams Hotel.

      Comment by David — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:43pm PST  
    • “…That will be the first time the conservative has appeared on CNN since 2002…”

      Conservative? Morris is no Conservative.

      His motivation (selling his irrelevant books) comes from a deep seated hatred of the Clintons, whom he felt shafted him, and, by extension all other Democrat allies, including the current Obamanation.
      He is no longer relevant to the modern political landscape.

      ***PLEASE Fox watchers: Never forget that it was Hannity and Rush who foisted that “Stop Hillary Express” back in ’08 giving us the current Obamanation in the WH.***

      Comment by cojo — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:15pm PST  
      • Get yer facts straight…in ’08 Rush ENCOURAGED Repubs in the open primary states to vote FOR HRC, to keep the battle in the Dem party brewing.

        Comment by DavidB — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:32pm PST  
      • only hillary, he is bill’s buddy

        Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:56pm PST  
      • Are you kidding …… you can give credit/blame to the MSM..ABC,CBS,NBC,MSNBC,Pubic Broadcasting, etc,etc,etc…

        Comment by rexhandsom — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:05am PST  
      • Rush had the “Operation Chaos” stunt, which was intended to keep Hilary’s campaign alive. And it almost worked.

        Comment by Myron Falwell — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:05am PST  
      • “…That will be the first time the conservative has appeared on CNN since 2002…”

        At best, Dick Morris is a moderate–afterall he worked for the Clinton’s.

        Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:49am PST  
    • Ailes is steering the network more to the center. That’s why he signed Kucinich.

      News and media are changing. Most of it is about demographics.

      Comment by rootvg — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:42pm PST  
      • Another dunce for this “middle” crap. Please write again when you have your OWN opinion.

        Comment by C — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:31am PST  
      • Wasn’t Kucinich the guy who saw flying saucers or aliens.

        Comment by Taxpayer — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:34am PST  
    • Fare well so long so glad to see you leave! Now if they would get ride of Dennis the Menace and Karl the Troll….we might get Fox rating back in order! Their only mistake besides Rove is to drop Palin.
      She will kick some ass in the future! Go Mama Grizzly!:)))

      Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:45pm PST  
      • Get serious – Palin is dead.
        She just hasn’t figured that out yet – and neither have you apparently.

        Comment by DiploDick — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:02pm PST  
        • Really, She is a capitalist and I fault NOBODY THERE!

          Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:28pm PST  
          • I agree completely. Sarah hasn’t gone anywhere – She’s just “reloading” !!!

            Comment by Bob Rogers — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:42am PST  
      • Oh you are so right on. Karl Rove should be sacked now. He is so
        full of himself.

        Comment by H Currie — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:29am PST  
    • i always thought he was a loon ringer. seems all he ever really cared about was trying to sell the crappy books he wrote.if you worked for clinton your no conservative.

      Comment by kydan — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:54pm PST  
    • I always thought he was an arrogant dick…

      Comment by scootie — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:21pm PST  
    • I’ll miss his bravado. He took a lickin’ but kept on tickin’…

      Comment by scootie — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:24pm PST  
    • I don’t think Dick is dispicable . I like listening to him . but I noticed several years ago that his analysis and predictions were always wrong. I was wondering when someone was going to pick up on that.

      Comment by bill — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:35pm PST  
    • Why? because he has an opinion?
      If having an opinion makes someone dispicable you are guiltyy as well.
      You are destroying your country with your contentious opinion.

      Comment by Iredeu — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:53pm PST  
    • and your aren’t? who died and left you in charge? He may not be as perfect as you, but I bet he has done a better job than you could. Treat people with some respect even if you don’t like them

      Comment by Doug — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:34pm PST  
      • You people have developed vast capacities to tolerate cognitive dissonance.

        Comment by dopplerinc — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:06am PST  
    • I like Morris. I can’t imagine CNN hiring him as the political director stated recently he’s for Obama. He’ll be back on Fox. They change people frequently. Liberals ears will be ringing because they can’t tolerate anything that isn’t repeated over and over in their govt owned media.Morris is brilliant and libs won’t be able to contain all the information he brings. They will howl like wolves for CNN to get rid of him.He won’t lie and cover up for Obama like the rest of the networks do. The DNC will be furious!!

      Comment by Joyce — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:41pm PST  
      • You are definably a Kool Aide Drinker!

        Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:31pm PST  
    • “This news made my day…. Dick Morris is a despicable being”

      Despicable because he doesn’t think like you? How very LIBERAL of you.

      Comment by Scott — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:47pm PST  
    • …and Karl Rove is an example of a stellar human being? Rupert Murdoch is in bed with Bloomberg and both are hellbent on amnesty and open borders. Rove is now Murdoch’s guy to get the Republicans to push through what GWB could not. He will not. Americans rejected the GWB/Rove amnesty three times before and we will reject it again. Rove is as or more despicable than Morris.

      Comment by Kathleen3 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:07pm PST  
      • I agree. Why in the world would they put that nut job Kucinich on. Rove is so annoying. He was just as wrong as Morris on election results. Now Rove is going after the tea party. I hear lots of conservatives are no longer watching Fox. They’re going to the left.

        Comment by sandy — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:36am PST  
    • So you think he deserves “Despicable: Adjective. Deserving hatred and contempt.” Hatred? Wow your one to talk.

      Comment by Windy — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 11:41pm PST  
    • Right back atcha, Gino50!

      Comment by Dick Morris — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 1:07am PST  
    • This is why I did not want to get get a computer, my kid’s phones or anything else. Can we be civil? I believe in the second amendment.

      Comment by Ron — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 1:14am PST  
    • Oh? because you disagree with his views?

      Comment by OhGetReal — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:38am PST  
    • Explain what makes him “dispicable”.

      Comment by Drew — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:30am PST  
    • I can see dropping Morris after him being so wrong on the election, but Sarah Palin has more class than everyone on Fox News combined.

      Comment by Edward R Boothe — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:32am PST  
    • I think you miss the point. The group is trending to the left, just like all news organizations. Scary stuff……

      Comment by Concerned — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:43am PST  
    • Fox should have gotten rid of Carl Rove, not Sarah Palin or Dick Morris. I looked forward to their comments. I’ve already stopped watching most news shows on Fox.

      Comment by Felix Mayerhofer — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:51am PST  
    • I will bet someone a euro that Bob Menendez will be a host on MSNBC soon. He will fit in perfect with the other hosts and correspondents. And Joe Scarbrough is as conservative as Harry Reid.

      Comment by Sweet 16 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:06am PST  
    • But so is Rove.

      Comment by The Bobster — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:27am PST  
    • Dick Morris is disgraced as a opinion writer/speaker because he was proven to be 100% WRONG !

      Comment by GuidoFL — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:27am PST  
    • Carl Rove is despicabler. I change the channel whenever he comes on, not that I’m a huge fan of Fox anymore – bunch of neo-con bootlickers.

      Comment by drawlr — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:31am PST  
    • Oh goodie! A liberal hate-fest circle jerk! Hate! Hate! Hate!

      (hey, it’s a lot easier than learning and thinking!)

      Comment by Testicules — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:24am PST  
    • Fox has always been center left. The news organization is in no way fair and balanced or conservative for that fact. Fox is definately a progressive moderate club that cultivates centrist idealogy i.e. Bill O’Rieley, Ms. Hoover and others. When speaking of Fox News, a famous line movie line comes to mind and accurately describes the news outlet, “You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth!”. And that is the very opinion and instrument held to and of its viewership.

      Comment by john bass howard — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:53am PST  
    • I am not sure how he held on this long…. he made some predictions that sounded crazy and turned out to be completely wrong.

      Comment by Lee Brewer — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 8:05am PST  
    • Dick is a stellar human being and brilliant. Fox is making a mistake. Dick will be missed on Fox but can be viewed on DickMorris.com whenever you want. Free lunch commentaries are excellent. Let’s see what’s next. Chris

      Comment by Chris — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:23am PST  
    • Dick Morris has his flaws and he probably just wings out some wishful thinking on occasion (i.e. prez election). But, Morris had many honest comments and interesting takes on things. He admits to liking Bill C. but really hates Hillary, so he provides some insight into that relationship and admin. Morris may be used up and a new viewpoint will be welcome. If He had gotten the tea leaves right, I would be happy to listen to Morris for a long long time. Libs get it wrong all the time and get lauded for their progressive thinking and honest opinion and never own up to the mistakes or out right lies they spew constantly. Morris is not despicable, but he’s had his run.

      Comment by dankbubba — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:46am PST  
    • Actually, he is very sharp reporter, and the reason why Fox is dropping him is most probably the same as why they’ve dropped Glenn Beck in the past. Fox is being cornered by liberal media…
      As for Dick’s character flaws – we are not here to judge that. Dick Morris has been and will remain one of the most talented and respected political commentators.

      Comment by Trevor — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:45am PST  
    • Yep, someone just like you should of had his job….

      Comment by ONTIME — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 10:56am PST  
    • No more despicable than President Obama—and as of late, can’t even begin to think of anyone worse

      Comment by Ken — Monday May 20, 2013 @ 5:47pm PDT  
  • Amen

    Comment by BoredinBoston — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:13pm PST  
  • Good riddance!

    Comment by David — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:14pm PST  
  • Best! News! Ever! Goodbye, loser! See you on—wait—what’s lower than Fox News?

    Comment by The Right Coast — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:14pm PST  
    • What’s lower than FOX?


      They’re all the same so I just ran them together.

      Comment by Citizen Right — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:25pm PST  
      • Couldn’t have expressed my sentiments better…. at least Fox makes an attempt to showcase opposing points-of-view. Conservatives are routinely marginalized on both CNN and MSNBC. I always prefer watching Fox News for that very reason. Fox News continues its ratings dominance over the other cable outlets because CNN and MSNBC choose to cater to just 50% of their potential audience. Its amazing how much collusion there is between the current administration and the NBC News organization. The public deserves more than propaganda.

        Comment by ASCH — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:46pm PST  
        • Well said ASCH !

          Comment by Vince — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:06pm PST  
        • It is unfortunate but Fox is going the way of ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN…look at who they are parting with and who they are replacing them with. Fox wants so badly to get in with the good graces of the liberal elite that they are now starting to tow the party line. It won’t be long before Hannity goes and greta changes her stance on things. Sad, really. They have been changing over the last couple of years and this is just a continuation of it.

          Comment by carlo — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:10pm PST  
        • FOX appears to be marginalizing conservatives too; not b/c of Morris – he’s no conservative – but renewing RINO Rove and adding liberal Kucinich? O’Reilly has too left for me. FOX is caving, and I’m moving on to talk radio. Hedgecock is the man.

          Comment by Howard Hawks — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:20pm PST  
          • “has too left for me” = “is too left for me” Sorry.

            Comment by Howard Hawks — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:21pm PST  
        • Conservatives arent marginalized. Their bad terrible no good ideas not rooted in reality are, however. FOX is fantasy land.

          Comment by yahrly — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:23pm PST  
        • That’s why they’re having such fantastic ratings. Oh, wait, sorry to burst your fact-challenged bubble:

          Comment by Jack Burton — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:37pm PST  
          • While I strongly dislike fox, it is you idiots who do not pay attention to the ratings game. Of the CABLE news networks fox is #1 by a large margin. As for CNN… Their nearly bankrupt because they have a hard time getting past the 200,000 viewer mark on most of their shows. While in comparison Fox’s top guys are getting viewer ships in the 2 to 3 million viewer range.

            So is Fox Number 1?
            No their Number 4, the Free TV Networks of NBC, CBS, and, ABC have still higher viewer ship then fox.

            Comment by Realist — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:20pm PST  
          • Fox has just about the oldest viewership in television. It has no long-term future. The conservative cretins are dying out, thank God, and America will belong to the Rainbow Nation of the children of tomorrow.

            Comment by Anonymous — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:22am PST  
        • Conservatives are routinely marginalized on MSNBC? The one that gives three hours a day to a conservative former GOP member of Congress? That MSNBC?

          Proof again that Republicans can’t stop playing the vicitm card.

          Comment by Califlander — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:11pm PST  
          • Oh my, so well said…And Scarsbough is by far a fair minded GOP, and often if not daily reminds all that he is a Conservative…One with a brain…that is.
            How is it that ALL fox news viewers think ALL other news media is Liberalized…Oh wait, I forgot….Brainwashing…
            As for the DICK, well, got to know him (through a conservative friend who felt I needed to be more fair minded) Hmm, being ALREADY fair minded, I did…What a joke…the very first lunchie alert I viewed by this penis head opps DICK, I was able to rip apart in less than 10 minutes, finding 4 mistakes, aka TWISTED TRUTHS aka LIES within the first 2 minutes of his speech…ugg, get over it

            Comment by Fran — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:09pm PST  
          • You’re talking about the RINO, Joe Scarborough, of course. He’s not conservative, except if you compare him to Karl Marx.

            In fact, the litmus test for true conservatism is a sympathy for Palin specifically. Joe will have none of ‘that’.

            Comment by Jay Palmquist — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:32pm PST  
        • at least Fox makes an attempt to showcase opposing points-of-view.
          Bullshit. Yes, Fox hosts bring on a conservative and a liberal, but then the host proceeds to side with the conservative and it’s a two-vs-one verbal battle with the conservative side always winning of course.

          Its amazing how much collusion there is between the current administration and the NBC News organization.

          Pot, Meet Kettle:

          Conservatives are routinely marginalized on both CNN and MSNBC.
          As batshit crazy as today’s conservatives are, they deserve to be marginalized. If not for Gerrymandering, they wouldn’t have the majority in the House.

          Comment by Jason Todd — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:01pm PST  
          • Are you implying that the Democrat party doesn’t do the same? No one should be doing it and I can’t believe We The People allow them to.

            Comment by smithfield — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:48am PST  
          • @Jason Todd. You proved the point that Fox News does attempt to be fair and balanced. Just ebcause two people share an opinion and a third person has a differing opinion does nto mean that the third person’s opinion was not showcased.

            And then you go on to say that conservatives should be marginalized on CNN and MSNBC.

            So, clearly you are not really interested in hearing opposing points of view. You simply want everyone to spout the vile that you believe and if it doesn’t fit your narrow mind then the opinion doesn’t matter or shouldn’t be heard.

            You are precisely what’s wrong with liberals.

            Comment by Sean Cruse — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 5:05am PST  
          • Jason. You have GOT to be kidding me. At least you can find a liberal on Fox. You will never see a conseravtive on MSDNC or DNCNN. As for your “should be marginalized” comment, it just proves that, like all liberals, you don’t want to hear any point of view but your own.

            Comment by Curly Bill — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 12:02pm PST  
        • The obvious reason that Fox has so many Liberals on their shows is because the Liberals are not afraid to voice their opinion and defend it.Where as the Repugs have no true defense for their lies and are constantly being shown up for the political hacks that they are.That is the reason they are afraid to go on the Maddow show or any of the other shows except Fox which never questions them in any meaningful way.

          Comment by goldenboy — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 9:20am PST  
      • That is so true!!

        Comment by sue83 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:40pm PST  
      • Exactly! The modern media is the Politburo for the fanatical Liberal wing of the Democratic Party. At least Fox News offers alternate perspectives to invited guests along with a slightly right-of-center perspective (that reflects the ideological sentiments of most Americans).

        Comment by Maya Ayala — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:42pm PST  
      • Brilliant post.
        Unfortunately, the Low Information voter you responded to will never get your point!
        Nonetheless, expertly expressed!

        Comment by ghench — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:37pm PST  
      • Those aren’t news networks, they are the propaganda arm of the Democrat National Committee.

        Comment by Zipperhead — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:45pm PST  
      • Somebody has some smarts in this duel!

        Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:53pm PST  
      • Brilliant comment! I hope he gets it.

        Comment by Maritxu — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:56pm PST  
      • You forgot NPR!

        Comment by rockeggroll — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:07pm PST  
    • Well apparently CNN is.

      Comment by heynorm — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:27pm PST  
    • CNN?

      Comment by theoriginaldonald — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:28pm PST  
    • Let’s see…. NPR, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, Time, Newsweek, NYT, and on and on and on…. and there’s one more… oh, yeah… CNN!

      Comment by Jim Locke — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:31pm PST  
      • Sounds right, too

        Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:27pm PST  
    • That would be CNN!

      Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:34pm PST  
    • That would be MSNBC.

      Comment by Eric Howard — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:44pm PST  
    • Every other cable news network.

      Comment by Mitchell — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:49pm PST  
    • Well, you really don’t to look very far…MSNBC, ABC! NBC! CBS….you know the networks that refuse to report the news.

      Comment by Shootingstar — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:04pm PST  
    • What’s lower than FoxNews? According to tvbythenumbers dot com and arbitrage CNN, NSNBC, CNBC and every other cable news station. In fact Fox (who’s to liberal for me these days) gets just over 50% every day, day after day, week after week… all the other cable outlets share the other 49%… year after year.

      Comment by BaltimoreJoe — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:48pm PST  
    • The one they hate the most (FOX News), does the best. But that’s how the libs are. We get it though. Inspite of liking and watching Fox News, I won’t miss Dick Morris. Time for some new blood. CNN can have him. They are a sinking ship anyway.

      Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:54pm PST  
    • Liberal main stream media.

      Comment by Bobsu64 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:16pm PST  
    • Nothing is lower than Fox. Fox watchers are much better informed than the typical mainstream news consumer. This is documented and well known. Let me ask you an important question: are you against “diversity”?

      Comment by Flayer — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:21pm PST  
      • Fox is the only one you can “Almost” trust!

        Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:59pm PST  
      • No, but apparently you are against empiricism.

        Comment by Mak — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:00pm PST  
      • Fox news viewers better informed? It’s just the opposite. Google ‘Fox viewers less informed’ and you’ll see a series of separate studies that show this. But don’t feel bad; it’s also true for MSNBC viewers.

        Comment by Faux News? — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:03pm PST  
        • Saw those “studies” claiming Fox viewers less informed…and they are a JOKE! …open-ended or vague questions that could be interpreted multiple ways…ridiculousness. But that’s all the propagandist left needs…and they run with it! “See!! we have proof!!” Absolutely pathetic. More reputable studies have shown Fox views better informed…but at a smaller margin than I’d expected, I will admit. Could mean that more of us use multiple sources to get the truth and not relying on any one network. And that is definitely a good thing!

          Comment by SoCalDad — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:45pm PST  
    • CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, NY POST, NY TIMES, need I go on?????

      Comment by CClark — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:39pm PST  
    • Whats lower than Fox? Every other network. Fox has been top rated since at least 1999.

      Comment by spike79 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:10pm PST  
    • ABC,CBS,NBC,PBS that’s who!

      Comment by Ed — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 7:10pm PST  
    • There is a lot lower than Fox. The usual path for a news personality going downhill is:
      Fox?CNN?MSNBC?CurrenTV (aka; Al Jazerra America)

      Comment by whodat1 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 4:17am PST  
    • The only Conservatives on Fox I trust are Hannity and Krauthammer. Kucinich might be a bit of a nut but as near as I can tell he is not an out&out crook, unique among Democrats. Rove should go back to winning elections and keeping his mouth shut; same with Dicky. BTW what Genius put Ryan (white econ-policy-wonk Romney clone) on the ticket with Romney, he added exactly zero votes to Mitt. Romney would have won with either Christie or Rubio.

      Comment by petie3 — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 6:54am PST  
  • Worst pundit of all time!

    Comment by DH — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:14pm PST  
    • You forget Alan Colmes

      Comment by Leroy — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:00pm PST  
  • So glad. Now if they would just drop Karl Rove and get a real conservative on there. After all, it is conservative even if they do try to be “fair and balanced.”

    Comment by Kate — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:15pm PST  
    • FOX tries so hard to be balanced that they have Bob Beckel and Juan Williams reading from the leftist script. Beckel and Williams now say things they never said before FOX. They are paid to mouth the leftist position.

      Comment by Citizen Right — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:27pm PST  
      • They are there just to let the left look bad

        Comment by Leroy — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:04pm PST  
      • At least you can like Beckel! The only Liberal I will listen to!

        Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:55pm PST  
    • Dick Morris wasn’t so bad. At least he backed a winner, even if it was Clinton. Rove is a loser. His multi-million dollar PAC lost twice. So much for his track record. FOXNEWS is becoming a dissappointment.

      Comment by Edward — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:56pm PST  
      • FOX News IS a major disappointment. They’ve pulled hard left the past few years and the latest shake-ups are the final straw. I’m done with them. Don’t watch them on TV and don’t visit their website anymore, either.

        Comment by Al — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:24pm PST  
      • Uh, now, let’s see.If memeory doesn’t fail me and it doesn’t, Karl Rove backed George W Bush twice. That would be backing a two-time winner. Now, if I could only figure out the relevance of your comment.

        Comment by DC Norman — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:38pm PST  

        Comment by JOHN THE FOX — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:13pm PST  
    • Amen!

      Comment by ksgrl444 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:01pm PST  
    • Rove is the one they need to can. Just as soon a they drop Rove I will dance in the streets. BAD NEWS.

      Comment by James — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:37pm PST  
      • Hallalula! The Rove and Morris are dead!

        Comment by Viperguy46 — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:48pm PST  
        • It’s Hallelujah.

          Comment by Cynthia — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:46pm PST  
  • I will miss him good man and a great conservative.

    Comment by Une — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:15pm PST  
    • I like Dick too. He was wrong on the election but guess what? so was a lot of pundits including Karl Rove. The vitriol from the above comments just goes to show you the left has no room for anyone with a different view.

      Comment by jp — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:30pm PST  
      • It’s not POV when all the polls showed a clear Obama victory. There are facts, and then there’s the inane ramblings of perpetually wrong dopes like Dick Morris.

        Comment by sd — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:34pm PST  
        • No, they weren’t, the “polls” were terrible.

          You’re excusing polls that had Obama winning by close to double digits for months, then “magically” got a little tighter just before the Election. Please. At least Morris was honest with who he wanted to win.

          Then, polls were still wrong. Obama didn’t win by “six” or “five,” “eight,” He just pulled it out around 2-3 points.

          The media polls don’t get a pass just because you liked them campaigning for Obama for so long.

          Comment by What.. — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:01pm PST  
      • the hatred for Morris is not only from the left. He was WAY out of touch and maybe even helped Obama win by suppressing the GOP vote with his in the bag talk day after day. He was the only one predicting a major Romney win, no one else was, everyone else was a little cautious.

        Comment by sailordude — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:37pm PST  
        • No, Michael Barone was also predicting a dominant Romney victory. So was I.

          I’ts too bad, I like Morris. Not enough to watch CNN though!!

          Comment by Ivey — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:06pm PST  
      • odd that so many people hate him, they must watch him a lot. you obviously cannot hate things you are not familiar with…i like him and his predictions were spot on, nobody could have known romney was going to pull that last minute disappearing act being all evasive and not pushing the message home.

        Comment by tits mcgee — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:53pm PST  
        • Uh, Nate Silver anyone?

          Comment by sd — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:15pm PST  
          • Nate Silver was wrong about the GOP taking the House in 2010. He had it as a much smaller “takeover.” Ha ha ha. Many races he had listed as GOP defeats.

            Guess why he said that. Oh right, the liberal polls told him so. Then POOF!!!!

            Comment by Meh... — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 8:03pm PST  
          • Here’s for you Meh…: I guess we must consider your sources… The reason Silver was blogging for the NYT in 2012 is because he was so amazing in 2010. I’m not sure what the Dick was predicting in 2010, but I suppose it is possible Silver has been drafting on him all along, and simply inverting the Dicks prognostications… maybe Fox fired the Dick to foil Silver!

            Nate Silver’s 2010 track record:
            He correctly predicted 34/36 Senate seats whose outcomes were resolved by November 4, 2010
            He predicted a net gain of 54 seats in the House for Republicans (the House actually gained 63 Republicans)
            Nate correctly predicted the outcome in 36 of 37 gubernatorial elections

            Importantly, even the elections that Nate got wrong were with in his published margins of error — i.e., the candidate was projected to get 50.5% of the vote +/- 1.5%, but got 49.5%; it’s technically ‘wrong’ (wrong candidate won), but still a very good prediction. Really, the best measure of Silver’s accuracy would be to compare how often reality fell within his margin of error bars; better yet, how often reality fell within his error margins compared to others.

            Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiv

            Comment by dopplerinc — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:56am PST  
      • I like Dick too…funny.

        Comment by Jon — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 6:15pm PST  
        • Happily, at least half the population likes dick.

          Comment by dopplerinc — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:32am PST  
    • A bright man…. a true conservative. I miss him going head to head with O’Reilly and Hannity. He comments will be missed.

      Comment by Bob Young — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:30pm PST  
    • Dick Morris is brilliant and I’ll miss him. Shame on FOX for dumping him.

      Comment by Boudicca — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:50pm PST  
      • Thank you for the biggest laugh I’ve had all day. Dick Morris couldn’t pick a winner if his was the sole horse on the racetrack. He’s the biggest, whiniest crybaby on TV– think of a right-wing Harvey Fierstein who can’t stop sputtering.

        Comment by Jack Burton — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:40pm PST  
        • Morris had nothing on the dry-tooth-licking Bernie Goldberg in the whining crybaby department. Just saying, if you wanna talk ‘who’s biggest.’ Actually, Hannity and O’Reilly have pretty thin skins too.

          Comment by dopplerinc — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 3:20am PST  
      • Fox should have fired Carl Rove . Dick Morris made a mistake, so what, u know what happens. I will. Miss
        Dick. He is a brilliant man. Rove went into hiding after the election. If u stand by one u should stand by

        Comment by Bernadette — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:45pm PST  
    • Dick Morris is certainly better than Dennis Kucinich. But Dick is Jewish and Sarah Palin is Protestant. Kucinich is Catholic and Fox News is the Catholic news station.

      Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:15pm PST  
    • He is a HORRIBLE conservative! He isn’t even a conservative! He’s an opportunist just like Donald Trump. He worked for Clinton for eight years, and once Clinton can’t possibly run for office again, suddenly Dick Morris comes along as if he’s hated the Clinton’s all along? Boy, he has you fooled.

      Comment by Jack — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 5:49pm PST  
      • I was shocked that Fox management did not offer Dick Morris a huge increase in salary to he would stay on.When I first began watching Fox,those guys had a different dye job of their hair each time I watched. Maybe theygot rid of the hair dresser ,I hope so. Every one looks a alot better,their hair I mean.

        Comment by donna — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 9:27pm PST  
  • Now they need to get rid of Karl Rove.

    Comment by EJJ — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:18pm PST  
    • I like Morris even though he really screwed up on his election predictin. But Karl Rove? Get rid of him! Why the hell did Fox renew his contract? And Kuchinich? A freaking alien??

      Comment by Re Re — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:56pm PST  
    • They kept the more moderate Republican ( Rove) and got rid of the more Conservative ( Dick )
      Fox news helping purge conservatives out of their organization. Keep the Rhino’s so Bill can continue to say ” I’ll have to give him the benefit of the doubt.” When he is referring to the Obama administration. You don’t see the other networks getting rid of controversial people, they back them up.

      Comment by Dale — Wednesday February 6, 2013 @ 7:26am PST  
  • I agree, Gino50, Dick Morris is despicable – he helped Clinton get elected.

    Comment by mttiger — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:18pm PST  
  • Made my day too! Despicable POS.

    Comment by Lance De Boyle — Tuesday February 5, 2013 @ 4:18pm PST  
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