Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Liberals clinically mad says American psychiatrist

Hello to Dr Lyle Rossiter, who says:
"The roots of liberalism – and its associated madness – can be clearly identified by understanding how children develop from infancy to adulthood and how distorted development produces the irrational beliefs of the liberal mind."

6 comments:

Stephen Glenn said...

First Iris Robinson tells me I'm mad now this.

Pass the straight jacket please. Clearly the two pencils up my nose and y fronts on my head aren't enough.

Wibble.

Anonymous said...

Of course, when talking about "liberalism" in American context, we must remember that Americans usually mean by "liberalism" roughly the same that people elsewhere mean with "Left", "social democracy" or even "socialism".

Ed said...

Anonymous - particularly when he says this:

"A social scientist who understands human nature will not dismiss the vital roles of free choice, voluntary cooperation and moral integrity – as liberals do,"

Contrary to this quack's beliefs, I would say freedom of choice, voluntary co-operation and moral integrity were the very essence of liberalism.

He is probably just trying to sell books for Christmas...

Larry Gambone said...

His idea of liberalism is Hilary Clinton - someone considered right wing in any other country.

Tim (Kalyr) said...

Reading the Wingnutosphere can easily send you insane.

More seriously, the American far right have raised projection into a fine art. Liberals are 'guilty' of everything they themselves are guilty of. Since some of the right are probably clinically sociopathic, if not psychopathic thugs, it's hardly surprising they accuse liberals of being insane, to draw attention away from their own madness.

Frank H Little said...

I'm reminded of Karen Armstrong's discovery that her religious visions were caused by a hitherto undiagnosed physical brain condition. I bet worldnetdaily didn't publish that.