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Morris suggests: Clinton, Romney, Obama triangle is by design

“Clinton: ‘Out of Control,’” is the headline hovering like a smiling phoenix on Tuesday’s Drudge Report. The headline originated from a Dick Morris quote made June 4, 2012 to FOX News’ Sean Hannity. To explain why Clinton is going about choking the fires of Obama’s campaign strategy, Morris claimed, “Bill Clinton does not want Barack Obama to win.”

“He never liked Obama. They never got along,” said Morris, expanding the conversation. “When it comes to a little jab here, a little jab there, you can count on Clinton to do it. And this was not such a little jab; this was throwing Obama under the bus. Obama’s whole campaign is based on the idea that Romney is not a venture capitalist; he’s a vulture capitalist. And here Clinton comes out and says Romney had a ‘sterling’ business career and ‘crosses the threshold of qualifications to be president’ — the exact opposite of what his candidate is saying.”

As a former Clinton adviser and longtime Washington insider, Morris can rightfully claim he is privy to inside information unknown to the general public. Morris pointed out that although Clinton had and would continue to come through for the Democrats in fundraising events, it was rumored that Clinton had spoken privately to prominent Republican friends, warning, “You’ve got six months to turn this country around. “

The question that immediately pops to mind is: If Clinton did indeed make the above statement, what prompted the warning?(continued)

(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com …

via Morris suggests: Clinton, Romney, Obama triangle is by design.

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