Former Campaign Manager for President Bill Clinton
Con to the question "Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Good for America?"
"...[O]nce the healthcare system is extended to cover everyone, with no commensurate increase in the resources available, the change will be forever. The vicious cycle of cuts in medical resources and in the number of doctors and nurses will doom healthcare in this country. This wanton destruction will not be reversible by any bill or program. A crucial part of our quality of life — the best healthcare in the world — will be gone forever.
...Just as in the 1990s, when HMOs first became universal, the patient outrage will create a political force all its own and those who foisted this brave new world on the American people will be in their crosshairs."
"Death of U.S. Healthcare," The Hill, May 12, 2009
"A contract with America for 2010," The Hill, Aug. 9, 2010
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, Catastrophe, 2010
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, "A Deathblow for ObamaCare," New York Post, Nov. 3, 2009
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, "It's All a Death Panel: The Truth About ObamaCare," New York Post, Aug. 18, 2009
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, "Obama Will Repeal Medicare," www.dickmorris.com, July 9, 2009
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, Fleeced: How Barack Obama, Media Mockery of Terrorist Threats, Liberals Who Want to Kill Talk Radio, the Do-Nothing Congress, Companies That Help Iran, and Washington Lobbyists for Foreign Governments Are Scamming Us... and What to Do About It, 2008
Cowritten with Eileen McGann, Outrage: How Illegal Immigration, the United Nations, Congressional Ripoffs, Student Loan Overcharges, Tobacco Companies, Trade Protection, and Drug Companies Are Ripping Us Off... and What to Do About It, 2007
Off with Their Heads: Traitors, Crooks, and Obstructionists in American Politics, Media, and Business, 2004
Behind the Oval Office: Getting Reelected Against All Odds, 1998
Born November 28, 1948, New York, NY
"Young Morris jumped into politics early, running his first campaign in fourth grade (his candidate won the student-council presidency). In 1960, at 12, he canvassed his apartment building for John Kennedy and gave street-corner speeches extolling the Democrat. The next year, at elite Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, Morris joined the debate club, displaying a talent for arguing any side of any issue ('Truth is that which cannot be proved false,' he said) and teaming up with a group of budding pols that included future Congressman Jerrold Nadler and state assemblyman Richard Gottfried.""Convention '96: Who is Dick Morris?," Time, Sep. 2, 1996
"He also was the chief strategist for the winning campaigns of Fernando de la Rua (Argentina), Jorge Battle (Uruguay), Chen (Taiwan) and, most recently, for Viktor Yushchenko, the Ukrainian presidential candidate who was poisoned during his campaign. He also handled the winning campaign for the new president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon.""Speaking Engagement," www.dickmorris.com (accessed Sept. 1, 2010)
"Morris resigned from the  Clinton campaign after reports that he had been seeing a prostitute and had allowed her to listen in on calls to the White House.""Times Topics: Dick Morris," www.nytimes.com (accessed Sept. 1, 2010)
"He lives with his wife of 30 years, Eileen McGann in Florida."
"Speaking Engagement," www.dickmorris.com (accessed Sept. 1, 2010)