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Political Personality Disorder

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Political Personality Disorder is a fast emerging contender to join other borderline personality disorders in the DSM, the bible of mental health treatment.

The political personality is marked by the following characteristics;

Grandiosity. “I deserve to be President.” Sometimes morphs into “I am President.”  See Gingrich.

Sanctimoniousness. Also known as Santorousness.

Morbid Stupidity. Usually expresses in off-the-cuff comments on historical figures. See Palin.

Self-destructive Behavior:  Usually dangerous, and of a sexual nature. See Spitzer, Weiner, Strauss-Kahn, Gingrich, Ensign.

Intense Ambition: Willingness to say anything that furthers one’s career.  See Romney.

Obsessive Use of Rhetoric:  Too many examples to mention.

We have conducted an in-depth survey into the President and found that although he often displays rhetorical overuse, Mr. Obama appears to be one of the few politicians not to suffer from PPD.

Ironically, this may be his problem.


Written by coolrebel

June 10, 2011 at 10:58 pm

Posted in Washington

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