Vestiges of widespread mental illness abound.
So writes Dr. Brian Moench in “Schizophrenics, Psychopaths Holding America Hostage”. In fact, he prefaces that statement with:
I've been struck by how large portions of the country are mired in schizophrenic distortions of reality and how prominent business leaders and politicians overtly display personality traits common to psychopaths. Vestiges of widespread mental illness abound.
Robert Prasch has what I think is a pretty good piece on Obama's SOTU address over at Translation Exercises, if anyone wants to mosey on over there. I am not at all familiar with Robert Prasch, so I would welcome the reaction of Correntians who are well-versed in economics to his work. Read more about Robert Prasch on Obama's SOTU address
For better or for worse, we live in a world in which most "democratic" political systems are constructed on a basis of hierarchical tiers of representation. The higher the tier one reaches, the more one can accomplish. This effectively means that being a politician is a career. We do not live in the world in which leadership and representation is a duty one takes reluctantly, for maybe a year or two in addition to one's other life activities. I wish we did, but we don't. Read more about The constituent as client
Hey! Anybody got a guitar?
Don't Trust Them As Far As You Can Throw Them
The candidates are on the TV pleading
for a chance to get my allegiance and my vote
they try to tell me why they are the only guy
or girl who has the stuff to bring me hope
They offer inspiration and a vision
just what that vision is ain't always clear
with analogies and metaphors abundant
you'd think they were an ale and not light beer Read more about Don't Trust Them As Far As You Can Throw Them