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Dick Morris on Fox News
There is no such thing as a failed pundit—it's impossible. You can be as wrong as you like about everything, all the time, and so long as you have a core audience that likes the crap you're shoveling, you'll have a job at the stable, at some stable, as long as you want.

That said, losing your Fox News gig for being so spectacularly, humiliatingly wrong that even Fox News is ashamed to be seen with you is impressive, and Dick Morris is going to have to work hard to wash that particular stain out of his resume. Don't worry for him, though. He'll be fine.

The high-profile pundit, who was dropped by the Fox New Channel this week says: “I’m not gone. I’ve been all over the place and will continue to be. I’ll be back.” […]

He’ll “continue to make noise,” Morris says. He plans to do it through as many media as possible — radio, TV, speeches, and his daily videos, which he e-mails to about 550,000 people. He says maybe someday he’ll be back at Fox.

You know something? I don't doubt for a moment that he will be. They're still pushing Karl Rove on us, so Dick Morris probably doesn't have all that much to worry about.

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