I said mentally ill with a narcissistic personality disorder; Rush Limbaugh calls him psychopathic

Heck, Rush and I have disliked Obama from the get-go.  Of course, we’re going to look askance at his policies, especially his more peculiar ones.  But what’s different here is that (a) my man Rush and I both see Obama as someone suffering from a severe personality disorder, which I characterize as malignant narcissism and which Rush calls psychopathy (see video below); and (b) most of America agrees with us that what Obama is doing is crazy.  It doesn’t mean that they’re saying that Obama himself is crazy.  Nevertheless, there has been a massive shift in his standing before America.

This has gone beyond mere policy matters.  This is not about socialism or anti-Americanism.  I’m beginning to know how Romans felt when their nation and their safety were turned over to Nero or Caligula.

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  • SADIE

    Anything I have to say pales in comparison to David Burge, who one commenter noted, is the Nation’s Twitter Laureate.
     
     
    “My credibility’s not on the line. YOUR credibility’s on the line. Maybe you should talk about that.” – President Nathan Thurm
     
    “I think we should bomb Syria with styrofoam Greek columns.”
     
    “After Obama’s masterful handling of this Syria problem, that Afghanistan withdrawal is gonna go totally smooth.”

     

  • bizcor

    And the stupid media will continue to cover for him. Toward the end of the 2012 election I really thought the country had awakened to the fact that the man was an imposter. Obviously I was incorrect although I still think there was some serious Chicago style hanky panky involved. Rush is correct when he says that people don’t blame Obama because he never looks like he is governing. After 5 years he is still campaigning against the Washington insiders as if he wasn’t one of them. This time however he can’t get out of it unless congress let’s him off the hook. Write your congressmen and women and tell them no to intervening in Syria. Call them, do everything you can as a citizen to stop this. And while your at it mention DEFUND OBAMA CARE!

  • Ron19

    He’s right, everybody else is wrong, to blame.
    He reminds me of what happened to this juror:
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTDhgR3p12w
     
    We can only hope for this change.
     

  • NancyB

    @bizcor:  I just sent emails to my senators and representative (Oregon).  Interestingly, my rep, who is republican, was the only one to ask, on his website, for his constituents’ opinions on Syrian interventions.  The senators, two democrats, didn’t even have it as a subject – had to check off “Foreign Policy”. 
     
    Senator Ron Wyden
    8-29-13 
    Wyden’s latest press release: All Legal Same-Sex Marriages Now Recognized for Federal Tax Purposes (couldn’t find anything about Syria on the website).
    Senator Jeff Merkley (again, nothing on Syria or at least nothing I could find)
    September 4, 2013
    Jeff Merkley’s latest press release: Merkley Chairs Congressional Hearing in Portland on Plan to Create Jobs through Energy Efficiency Renovations
    “Merkley: The number one thing we should be doing is putting Oregonians to work”
    (And this is how he plans to do it!)
    Merkley Chairs Congressional Hearing in Portland on Plan to Create Jobs through Energy Efficiency Renovations 
     
     
    Rep. Greg Walden (“I want to hear from you on Syria”)
     
    September 6, 2013
     
    http://walden.house.gov/blog1/content/i-want-to-hear-from-you-on-syria/
     
    Dear Friends, 
    The President has asked Congress for authority to use military force against the Assad regime in Syria in response to allegations of the use of chemical weapons against civilians. I believe that the President and his team need to fully make their case to Congress and the American people regarding his plan. We need to learn what we can anticipate happening after whatever proposed action is taken. The Assad regime and its allies will surely have a response. It’s not clear what we may be getting America into. 
    The U.S. House will soon vote on this very important issue, and I’d like your input before the vote. 
    What do you think the United States should do about the situation in Syria?
    He then actually lists some options and encourages the reader to contact him.
     

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    I have hated the Leftist alliance in the past. I continue to hate them. I will continue to do so in the future.
     
    None of those emotions will disappear, regardless of what Obama does or what happens to Obama.
     
    In so far as they are related, they are related in a derivative sense, where a member of the Leftist alliance feels a thin trickle from the main source and where an Islamic ally of the Left will be seen as the same as the Left.
     
    “Dislike” is what I preface food preferences with.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Perhaps people are realizing the power of the Left now. What its true nature is. But even if you fail to grasp the essence of the thing, they will reveal it to you in time. Merely wait, shop at Amazon, watch tv, and it will come to pass.
     
    Whether people like it or not.

  • Danny Lemieux

    What I see in the Left is selfish, self-absorbed little children in the bodies of adults. They are the product of bad child rearing practices, where childish traits such as self-indulgence and narcissistic world view are encouraged rather than stifled. That is just one reason why they are so dangerous.
    If you don’t believe me, just try to follow the schoolyard taunting that erupts when names such as “Reagan”, “Bush” or “Palin” get tossed into the Liberal/Left ring of “adults” engaging in what passes as “discourse”. 

  • JKB

    He didn’t draw a red line.  The international community drew a red line.  His credibility isn’t on the line.  The international community’s credibility is on the line.  Congress’ credibility is on the line.
     
    Why do I feel I should get the kids and get out of the house before somebody gets smacked?  

  • Call me Lennie

    And speaking of children …
     
    My satiric contribution would be to put the faces of celebrity Iraq War protesters, say Martin Sheen, on milk cartons with the caption “Have you seen this anti-war activitist?”
     
    Then a brief description of why there is concern — “Marty was expected to appear on a TV show somewhere voicing his concerns about the rush to war, but so far hasn’t uttered so much as a tweet.  If you know of Marty’s whereabouts, please contact his children Charlie Sheen or Emilio Estevez.” 

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  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    This level of friction isn’t enough to shatter the back of Leftist propaganda dogmatic control over the minds of their religious fanatics. You need to “heighten” the tension, the differences, and force them to obey their own Leftist utopian rules.
     
    While most of the Left’s insurgency manuals were designed to destroy America, the manuals themselves do just as good a job, if not better, against the Left itself. If our rules are unrealistic and too idealistic, then their Fing rules are insanely unrealistic and moronically idealistic.

  • drrmfrith

    This thing about people like Rush calling Obama a Psychopath is what is refferred  to as “Projection”; see:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Projection_(psychology)