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Dick Morris: 2015 to Kick Off 'Panoply of Regulations' by Obama

By    |   Tuesday, 30 December 2014 12:36 PM

The remainder of the Obama presidency will be replete with a "panoply of regulations you can’t imagine," political strategist and commentator Dick Morris predicted Tuesday on Newsmax TV's "America’s Forum."

"He'll attempt to send the Internet to an international authority, perhaps the United Nations, so that our enemies can control it, Russia and China," Morris said.

"He's going to make unionization virtually universal in the private sector, by basically stacking it so that the unions can win any union election they choose to bring by changing the rules of the game," Morris said.

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"The EPA is going to regulate streams on private property. It's going to regulate every institution, every hospital, every school in the United States in terms of its emissions. If you think you can have money for education, forget about it, you're going to have to convert your heating system instead.

"His whole approach in foreign policy will be to tilt directly in favor of our former adversaries who are still our adversaries, he just won't recognize it," Morris said.

"On healthcare reform, he's going to change it as much as he has to, to try to conform to the court decisions and he's going to try to continue it even though the courts may be against them.

"And on immigration, he's just going to complete the process he began. This isn't his last amnesty."

Come February, when funding for immigration programs terminate under the recently passed budget, the "fight of the century" will commence between President Obama and the Congress to fully fund immigration or cut it back, according to Morris, author of "Power Grab: Obama’s Dangerous Plan for a One Party Nation."

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In the 2014 midterms, Obama saw the "defection" of blue-collar Democrats who oppose executive amnesty because they are low-income workers competing for low-income jobs, Morris said.

"This is a confrontation Congress can and will win," he said.

Morris weighed in on the 2016 presidential race, speculating that if Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren decides to seek the Democratic nomination, she has a "good shot" at defeating predicted front-runner Hillary Clinton.

Clinton and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who is believed to be preparing for a run, are like bookends on a shelf, according to Morris.

"They need each other," he said. "If the Hillary bookend goes away the Bush bookend falls and if the Bush bookend leaves, Hillary falls.

"They need each other because ultimately the biggest issue against Bush and Clinton is that it's Bush and Clinton again, and again, and again. The subsidiary issue is that neither of them is the original so they're both basically trading off somebody else's last name."

He characterized a Bush-Clinton race as "the battle of two obsolescent throwbacks" from political dynasties.

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The remainder of the Obama presidency will be replete with a "panoply of regulations you can't imagine," political strategist and commentator Dick Morris predicted Tuesday on Newsmax TV.
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Tuesday, 30 December 2014 12:36 PM
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