Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Most Incumbents Are Mentally Disturbed People

If she wasn't a senator, was broke and living in low income housing, most doctors would diagnose her as moderately mentally ill. It's obvious when she speaks.

To avoid being committed, you have to pick the right political party and the right political views and claim your membership in this group is the reason you believe what are clearly delusional ideas.

Personally, I feel most democrats are mentally ill people. It's just that there are so many of them they can't all be institutionalized at once - and they know this. The difference is that in the last 10-20 years, I believe the majority of Republicans are also classifiable as nuts. Almost all the incumbents sound like the sheltered, isolated aristocrats of the French royalty before the revolution. Some of them seem quite miffed that the peasants should dare to challenge one of their masters in public and they appear to believe that their rule is a fait accompli ordained by God himself.

The reality is, most of our institutions are occupied by delusional, sick human beings. Here they are complaining that the peasants won't do what they are told. That's their idea of what "democrassy" is. One of the primary characteristics of schizophrenics is their frustration that others cannot be molded to play a role in their internal world. They hate it when people do what they want to do instead of taking part in their scripted vision.

Say what you want about me (it could all be true) but there isn't a single human being on Earth I want to control in the least. As long as they leave me the hell alone and don't try to impose their madness on me, I could care less if they walk off the surface of the planet and die. I am not interested in any social engineering of any kind and don't give a damn if I'm the only person in the galaxy who thinks the way I do. Of course, I feel this way because I mean it when I say : Man is not a learning animal.


andyboots37 said...

So very well put.

It's unfortunate that when we hear the word "psychopath", the Janet Lee stereotype comes to mind.

If true psychopathy were a virus we'd definitely have a pandemic on our hands.

Here's what Webster's says:

(adjective) : An intense focus on seeking sympathy from others to the exclusion of other peoples needs and emotions .

Chesterton said...

"Say what you want about me (it could all be true) but there isn't a single human being on Earth I want to control in the least."

I don't have any interest in ruling over people, either, but I think I'd be a lot happier if Barbara Boxer and her ilk did walk off the surface of the planet. Wouldn't you prefer it if all of these sociopaths just disappeared one day?