Are you screaming at the top of your lungs at your TV when listening to some TV reporter or commentator interviewing one of our possible future Commander-in-Chief, or listening to the president’s last state of the union, or Obama praising Hillary Clinton, “(S) he’s extraordinarily experienced — and, you know, wicked smart and knows every policy inside and out — (and) sometimes (that) could make her more cautious, and her campaign more prose than poetry,” – pulling at your hair, slapping yourself silly so you can wake up from what you think is a nightmare.
Perhaps this excerpt from an article may help us in sorting things out and in choosing who would be the best candidate to be commander and chief and guide us out of the HOUSE OF HORRORS.
Doug Casey Shines a Light on the Sociopaths in Politics
by Doug Casey | January 29, 2016 —
“1. Sociopaths completely lack a conscience or any capacity for real regret about hurting people. Although they pretend the opposite.
2. Sociopaths put their own desires and wants on a totally different level from those of other people. Their wants are incommensurate. They truly believe their ends justify their means. Although they pretend the opposite.
3. Sociopaths consider themselves superior to everyone else because they aren’t burdened by the emotions and ethics others have – they’re above all that. They’re arrogant. Although they pretend the opposite.
4. Sociopaths never accept the slightest responsibility for anything that goes wrong, even though they’re responsible for almost everything that goes wrong. You’ll never hear a sincere apology from them.
5. Sociopaths have a lopsided notion of property rights. What’s theirs is theirs, and what’s yours is theirs too. They, therefore, defend currency inflation and taxation as good things.
6. Sociopaths usually pick the wrong target to attack. If they lose their wallet, they kick the dog. If 16 Saudis fly planes into buildings, they attack Afghanistan.
7. Sociopaths traffic in disturbing news, they love to pass on destructive rumors, and they’ll falsify information to damage others.
The fact that they’re chronic, extremely convincing, and even enthusiastic liars, who often believe their own lies, means they aren’t easy to spot, because normal people naturally assume another person is telling the truth. They rarely have handlebar mustaches or chortle like Snidely Whiplash. Instead, they cultivate a social veneer or a mask of sanity that diverts suspicion. You can rely on them to be “politically correct” in public. How could a congressman or senator who avidly supports charities possibly be a bad guy? How could someone who claims he just wants the U.S. to defend some foreign minority possibly be a warmonger? They’re expert at using facades to disguise reality, and they feel no guilt about it.”
As a side note – In our movie In Search Of Liberty, one of our last scenes takes place at a carnival, and a trip through the House Of Horrors.
I hope this settles your nerves a bit and helps in your choosing your next president.
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