At a meeting of the Pennsylvania Leadership Council last night, political strategist Dick Morris apparently predicted that a GOP landslide is coming in this fall's Midterm Elections. In fact, Morris predicted that Republicans would have 52 or 53 seats in the U.S. Senate after the election (that would be a gain of 11 or 12 seats), and a 10 to 20 seat majority in the House of Representatives (that would be a gain of 50-60 seats).
John Gizzi at Human Events writes about what Morris had to say.
Noting that he keeps reading quotes from GOP leaders such as Republican National Chairman Michael Steele that they are “optimistic” about the elections this fall, Dick Morris told a packed dinner at the Pennsylvania Leadership Council: “I’ve got news—it’s not even going to be close, guys.” . . . . .
“Republicans will win the Senate with 52 or 53 seats,” Morris said without hesitation, “and the House will go Republican by 10 to 20 seats.” . . .